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Traffic Calming: we want to slow down the traffic

At our November 4 Council meeting we spent considerable time hearing from constituents about speeding in their neighbourhood; that then triggered discussion about speeding problems throughout the Township.  To get a better understanding of the problem people are requested to review the TRAFFIC CALMING initiative on [email protected]  Please answer the survey.  (To do the survey you must register.)  Thursday November 21 6-8 PM at the Municipal Centre there is a public information session; residents across the Township are invited to attend. (more…)

Remembrance Day Services in King and area

The Road to Marylake–a talk by the author

Hear the  author of “The Road To Marylake,” Kelly Matthews talking about the book and the discoveries she made during her research.  The history covered is fascinating and touches on a number of characters and events important to King Township including  the colourful character, Sir Henry Pellatt and the community at 16h SDRD/Jane near Sacred Heart Church.  And of course there is the history behind today’s Mary Lake Shrine.  The talk is on Sunday, November 3, 12:30.  Here is poster for it. 


Development on Keele: info meeting Wednesday

Wednesday, Oct. 23 6-9PM there is a public information meeting about the development proposed for Keele St south of King Road where there has been bright blue hoarding along the sidewalk for several years.  This is your opportunity to see the plans, both what it is going to be built there and how it will look; to learn where residents in the apartments will park, where shoppers of the retail will park.  This is where you can talk informally with the builder and provide feedback.  In a short while there will be a public meeting at Council.  Here is the notice and some information. 


Model Home application

At Oct. 21 Council meeting there is a public meeting for a zoning bylaw amendment to permit a model home being installed at Carmichael and Keele Road.  If you wish to comment, ask questions there is no need to register ahead of time.