Welcome to my blog!  MY primary objective is to alert my constituents and others in King Township about issues being reviewed at the upcoming Council meetings.  I do this as I believe the quality of Council decisions is enhanced when the public is engaged.  I hope that residents will make deputations and/or send emails to Council to express their opinion and/or to ask important questions.  Also, I include notice of meetings and events which I think are particularly important.   I welcome your comments, whether you agree or not with me, and only edit to eliminate inappropriate language.

Recent Posts

announcing the Zancor Centre

announcing the Zancor Centre

King Township secures total of $2.7 million in naming rights for the new, multi-use recreation facility, slated to open in September which will go towards future needs and maintenance of the facility. The new multi-use recreation facility will now be known as the Zancor Centre for the next 15 years, following a generous $1.5 million contribution from Zancor Homes. Ten-year partnerships have also...

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Canada Day!

Canada Day!

As it has been a long beloved tradition I want to confirm that the Kettleby Village Association (KVA) in partnership with the Township of King is not hosting a Canada Day celebration in 2024.  I hope that its absence this year will be only a one year phenomenon. Wishing everyone a wonderful day with family and friends.  We have much to celebrate about living in Canada. If your celebration...

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Fireworks Regulations

King Township Bylaw Services will be patrolling over the Canada Day weekend to ensure community safety and prevent the use of private fireworks on public property. Officers will also educate the public on King’s fireworks bylaw, which regulates how, when and where private fireworks can be set off. Below are some key points from Bylaw #2022-032, which governs the sale, use and display of...

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Prestigious Architectural Award

The King City Public Library and Seniors Centre has been honoured with a national award for its architectural excellence. Designed by Kongats Architects, the building was one of 12 recipients of this year’s Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. These awards celebrate outstanding achievements in recently completed projects by Canadian architects. Established by the Royal Architectural...

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Recent Comments

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  2. Feels like a very grown-up thing to do. Schomberg's Main Street is such a convivial small town promenade...maybe it's time…