Different Summer Camp Choices

With reluctance it has been announced that King’s summer camp program will not be happening this year given the the uncertain health issues of COVID-19.  Truly a tough decision as the program has been much appreciated for 20 years.  A modified summer experience is being offered:  “summer camp in a box” and “virtual summer camp.”  For more details see here is the press release.  

Public Planning Meeting

Monday June 29 there is a Public Planning Meeting at 6 pm.  The meeting will be a virtual one.  It will be live streamed so that public can observe.  Further below is information on how to participate.  There are 2 agenda items.  One is the statutory public meeting for an application for development at 1986 King Road (just west of KC Library.); there was a developer hosted public info meeting for this project in late February.  The other one is the statutory public meeting for a proposed zoning bylaw amendment for King City and Schomberg.  The amendment is to address the maximum permitted lot coversage and minimum pervious surface areas in some of the zones.  Staff reports for each of these meetings will be available on June 25.

Public will be able to provide comments: either by forwarding comments by email to the Clerk ([email protected]) by noon on 6/29 who will both forward to the Council members and will enter into the public record.  Alternatively, comments can be made virtually. To do so you need to register by noon on 6/29 with the Clerk ([email protected]); you will then be sent a confirmation message with instructions as to how you can participate.

Longterm thinking: masterplan for Community Services

Right now our attention span is understandably very short term in nature:  what can we do now and what new activities will be deemed safe next week.  But, there is need for some longterm thinking:  Parks Recreation & Culture is working on its master plan for Community Services and your input is important and critical.  Master Plans guide decisions on resources (capital spending, programs, people) for the next 5-10 years.  What programs, what services do you want to see in King to enable you & your family to have the quality of life you want. Please take the survey; and provide ideas.  Also, please ask your neighbours & friends to do so. Visit speaking.king.ca to do so.

 

 

Curbside Pick Up at our Libraries

Curbside pick-up at the King libraries is beginning June 8th.  Here is how to once again access all the materials at our libraries.

Explore the trails without picking up a Blacklegged Tick

With the arrival of the warmer weather we are all out doors far more often.  And given the restrictions of our activities because of the pandemic exploring the many trails in King is even more popular.  The King trail map is a valuable tool for finding new ones.  Its iomportant to be properly dressed when on the trails as it is the season for blacklegged  ticks which can cause lyme disease and they are active in York Region.  You can be safe on the trails by wearing closed shoes and tucking your pants into your socks.  See here for more information from YR about protection.