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Frontenac County asking business owners to complete annual survey

The Frontenac County economic development department is asking every business owner in Frontenac to complete their annual business survey, which will be open until Monday, Feb. 8, 2021. Results of the survey will help County staff better understand Frontenac’s economic landscape and make informed decisions about how best to serve

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County of Frontenac seeks input on budget from Kingston residents

Kingston residents are invited to offer input on the County of Frontenac budgets for Frontenac Paramedics’ land ambulance service and Fairmount Home for the Aged at a virtual public meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 9:30 a.m. These shared services are largely funded by Kingston property taxpayers, despite being located

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Layers of PPE now ‘second nature’ to Frontenac Paramedics

Gloves, gown, goggles, mask. Possibly a hair net and a face shield, or even a full, impermeable body suit. During medical emergencies, where every second counts, Kingston’s first responders can not afford to miss one of these steps during the COVID-19 pandemic. After nearly three months of increased safety protocol,

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Hall Monitor: Response Reservations

Kingston City Council held meeting 14-2020 (agenda) on Tuesday, Apr. 21, 2020, hosting its third meeting in its virtual format. While the agenda was light on staff reports, some key issues were discussed, including COVID-19 responses and an update from the KFL&A Public Health. Public Health Update The evening presented

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Our city’s homeless: Living as one, PiT counts, and public policy decisions

… A brotherhood of man,Imagine all the people,Sharing all the world.You may say I’m a dreamer,But I’m not the only one.I hope some day you will join us,And the world will live as one.” – John Lennon I have had the good fortune to have two articles regarding our local

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