A postage stamp sized lot on Kingston’s waterfront is once again the focus of potential development. Earlier this month council voted in support of a motion to explore the possibility of building a cruise ship terminal, which could very well end up at the foot of Queen Street. Now, a proposal has been made by the province to expand the Wolfe Island ferry terminal in support of newly announced ferry that will come into service in December 2020. This new development would expand the Barrack Street dock, requiring use of adjacent land that is currently the home of a newly renovated Tim Horton’s and a Shell gas station.
Can we afford to lose another gas station in downtown Kingston?
- Yes. (85%, 492 Votes)
- No. (12%, 67 Votes)
- Not sure. (3%, 18 Votes)
Total Voters: 577