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January 2017

City Council Meeting

January 3 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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City Council Meeting

January 17 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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February 2017

City Council Meeting

February 7 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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City Council Meeting

February 21 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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March 2017

City Council Meeting

March 7 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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City Council Meeting

March 21 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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April 2017

City Council Meeting

April 4 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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City Council Meeting

April 18 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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May 2017

City Council Meeting

May 2 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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City Council Meeting

May 16 @ 7:30 pm
City Hall Kingston, 216 Ontario St.
Kingston, Ontario K7L 2Z3 Canada
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Watch Council live on your computer, tablet or smartphone or follow along on Twitter. City Council is the body that governs the municipality of Kingston. Its decisions, made on behalf of the people of Kingston, guide the actions and priorities of City staff. The Council consists of 13 elected members: the Mayor and 12 Councillors (each representing a City district). All elected officials serve a four-year term as mandated by the province's Municipal Elections Act.

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