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Interesting Series With Speakers

1st meeting is Thursday March 5 7pm with roster of experts talking about trees: role in mitigating climate change, community vs personal ownership, the science.

Public Info Session: new residential beside KC library

On Tuesday March 3rd there is opportunity for public to look at plans & drawings for a proposal to build townhomes on the property immediately west of the King City library.   This developer hosted open house is from 6:30-8pm at King City Arena in Lions Room on 2nd floor.  This is excellent time to learn about the proposal, talk to the builders, ask questions. Here is invitation. (Note:  the info session is March 3 although the one document which I am providing indicates a February date.  My apologies….I don’t have a corrected version.)

This application requires amendments to the official plan and zoning bylaw.  The public meeting for this is scheduled for the March 23 Council meeting. (Note:  As our new official plan, Our King, is not yet approved by York Region the OP amendment for this application will be against the current one; but I fully expect that the planning report on the application will comment on how it relates to “Our King.”)

Road Closure: Lloydtown Aurora Rd /400

Feb. 22 and 23 the Lloydtown Aurora Road will be closed over the 400.  Ramps on & off 400 will be accessible.

Appreciating Those Who Volunteer

Do you know a person who gives their time for the benefit of your community?  Now is the time to nominate a person who has made a difference in your King community; a person you believes special recognition for all the time and energy they put out for their neighbours and their community.  You can also nominate a person who doesn’t live in King but who  provides valuable volunteer hours to the King community.  And as we know that the definition of “community” isn’t always consistent with municipal borders  you can nominate a King resident who volunteers outside the King community.   Nominations must be submitted by March 18. Here are all the details.  

Spring/summer Community Guide

Spring/summer 2020 Community Guide is out.  If you don’t haveo one pick one up at Municipal Centre or at the Community Centres.  You can also access all of the valuable info on activities and groups in King online.