Municipal Election 2018

 

 

 

I am delighted that I will continue to be at the Council table!  Thank you for your vote of confidence.

I ran for re-election as I wanted to continue serving King residents and businesses as I felt good about my contributions.   Furthermore I knew that there are challenges and opportunities ahead for the Township which require analysis, debate and tough decision making.

 

 

Remembrance Day Services

There are 4 services in King and the surrounding areas on Sunday November 11.

Plan For the 2019 Budget

At the Monday, November 12 Council meeting there is a report from Finance reviewing the plan for establishing the 2019 budget for operations and the 2019 and 2020 capital budget.  In 2016 we did the first two year capital budget and its my observation that it was a very worthwhile change in process; facilitated better planning which does enable better costs.  With a target of Council approval by 2/25 timing is aggressive but entirely appropriate as at that point already 2 of 12 months are gone.

Reminder:  November 12th Council meeting will be the last meeting with the current Council members and it will be in the new Town Hall.

 

Council Inauguration

Monday, December 3 at 7PM is the inauguration of Council.  Here is official invitation.  If you wish to attend contact Teresa at [email protected] or 905- 833-4029  to reserve a seat;  seating is limited.

 

Moving into new Municipal Hub

Municipal Business begins at the new location (2585 King Road) on Tuesday November 6 at 8:30 AM.  To allow for the move offices at the current location will be closed Friday (Nov.2) and Monday (Nov. 5).

 

From Poppies to Peace

You can have an evening of readings, poetry and song about World War 1 and the roaring 1920’s.   On  Saturday, November 3 at 6:30  at the Heritage and Cultural Centre you will be entertained by the Diva and her acting troupe. In addition your ticket includes the museum exhibit.   Tickets are $25 and can be reserved.  See here for all the details.

 

Fall Bazaar and Tea

The annual Fall Bazaar and Tea in Kettleby is happening on Saturday, November 3, 2018, from 12:30PM-3:30PM.  Its at Christ Church  – a heritage fieldstone church with beautiful art and craft style stained glass. Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy ‘tea and cake’ after shopping the popular bake table and choosing from books, crafts, preserves, produce and treasures old and new. Tea $7 for adults.  Here is the poster.