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New Public Health Restrictions

It’s disappointing that new public health measures have been implemented. But, as the health and safety of our community members and our municipal staff is the priority the Township is implementing the new measures. If you are not fully versed on the latter here is the press release; as noted all non essential in-person services will not be available until at least January 26.

Merry Christmas!

 

I want to wish everyone a joyful holiday season.  I know that these holidays are not as open and free as we had hoped and for some there have been disappointment; but I also know that we each can find a way to celebrate.

I do celebrate Christmas and want to wish you a very Merry Christmas.  And, I have wishes for all that 2022 will be a great year with good health.

Save Don’t Pave!

In today’s Toronto Star 100+ groups – from community orgs to health groups to farmers – sent a strong message to Premier Ford: Don’t destroy Greenbelt lands! Cancel Highway 413 & the Bradford Bypass Expand to see the full ad #StopThe413 #StopTheBradfordBypass #onpoli
As time passes the opposition to both these projects grow:  in terms of the number of people, the variety of people and where they are from. Opposition is not just from those immediately affected.  Also the reasons for opposition is growing.  Recently an excellent article has been published in the King Weekly Sentinel reviewing the significant cultural heritage at Holland Landing which will be paved over by the Bradford Bypass.  You can read it here in the November 25 issue, pages 16 & 17.

 

 

 

 

In Person Services at the MC

Residents and businesses have learned how to manage their dealings with the municipality virtually.  But, starting December 13 there is the option of in person services at the Municipal Centre.  In addition to in-person customer service through ServiceKING (available on site since Nov. 22), the in-person counter services provided by Clerks, Planning and Building will be available to the general public from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. As a result, all of King’s public-facing services will now be offered in-person during regular operating hours.

Finding the Holiday Lights in King

 

Want to find the best holiday light displays in King.  Buy a map for $10 and….support the King Township Foodbank.

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