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Homestead application for 5 Lower Union Street under review by City

Homestead Land Holding Ltd, has submitted an application to the City of Kingston to amend The City’s Official Plan and Zoning By-Law for the property known as 5 Lower Union Street, and a public meeting about the application will occur later this summer.

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What they’re saying: Comments from the public Density by Design meeting

On Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, Paige Agnew, Director of Planning, Building & Licensing Services for the City of Kingston, and Brent Toderian, an urban planning consultant working with the city, presented the ‘Density by Design’ options report to the Planning Committee and the public. Following comments from councillors on the

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Free care service for mothers with cancer opens in Kingston

The Nanny Angel Network has opened a new location in Kingston to serve local families by providing free, in-home specialized childcare for moms going through a cancer diagnosis. A registered charity, Nanny Angel Network provides families with up to four hours a week of care from specially trained, fully-insured volunteers.

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Mayor responds to Homestead LPAT ruling: ‘I’m certainly disappointed’

After the provincial planning appeal body rejected the second high rise development project in the city’s downtown core this year, Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson is pointing to creating policy to add to the City’s Official Plan to create “clarity” regarding development. On Friday, Aug, 9, 2019, the Local Planning Appeal

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RKY Camp fundraising focuses on new dining hall

In a couple of weeks, children and teenagers from all over Ontario and beyond will head to RKY Camp to swim, canoe, kayak, play Capture The Flag, do arts and crafts, and much more. But during meal times, campers and staff at RKY may feel a little cramped.   For

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Kingston welcomes Nanny Angel Network

Every day, hundreds of thousands of people are treated for cancer around the world, and here in Kingston, a new service is about to become available for those mothers undergoing cancer treatment. Thanks to a large investment from Homestead Land Holdings, the Nanny Angel Network is coming to Kingston in

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