Parking By-law For Heavy Trucks

Here is Staff report proposing an amendment to our parking by-law to address the problem of heavy trucks parked on municipal roadways.  I think the recommendation to prohibit such across the Township is sound.

Trees of Giving

From November 24-December 15  there is a diverse exhibit of trees decorated for the Christmas season.  There is such a variety as each has been decorated by various Community Groups.  I encourage you to drop into the Heritage & Cultural Centre to see them and vote on your favourite tree.  One dollar is one vote.  This year all proceeds go directly to the King For Refugees.

 

Development Proposal North of Dennison on Keele

Wednesday December  5 there is a developer hosted meeting for a proposed development on Keele St. south of Dennison for 56 townhouses.  Here is the notice with details. This an excellent opportunity for the public to understand the proposal, to ask questions of the developers and to make comments.  There will be the formal public meeting as part of a Council meeting in 2019.  This is not the first development proposal for this land; in 2016 there was a very different proposal involving a portion of the lands included in this application.  Since the 2016 application there has been change of ownership twice.

 

 

How King Is Looking After Its Trees

Concerned Citizens of King Township is having their annual general meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at the new Town Hall (2585 King Road).  Meeting begins at 7PM.  The guest speaker is Chris Fasciano, King’s Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture. He will presenting the Township’s Tree Management Plan and approach for increasing the tree canopy.  Here is the advertisement for the meeting.  As I hope that in the new term of Council a bylaw regarding trees on private property will be presented for consideration I think it is particularly worthwhile to learn about the municipality’s approach.

Volunteer Opportunities

Now is the opportunity to get involved in some of the Township’s new projects and initiatives.  Volunteers are being sought out to join one of the committees or boards:  Accessibility Advisory committee, Sustainability Advisory Committee, Committee of Adjustment, Lbrary board, Heritage Advisory Committee, and Holland Marsh Drainage Board.  This is a great way to participate in your community.  Here is where you can learn about these various committees and boards so that you can find the one which fits your skills and interests.  Deadline for applications is December 14.