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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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City facilities to reopen as region moves into ‘Green-Prevent’ level

Many City of Kingston facilities and services are planning to reopen this week as Provincewide Shutdown restrictions lift. The City is encouraging residents to continue to connect with services remotely and to minimize face-to-face contact. For questions about services not listed below, residents can call the Contact Centre at 613-546-0000

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1500-unit development proposed for Davis Tannery site by Patry

Updated information has been revealed about the development being proposed by Jay Patry Enterprises Inc. on the site of the former Davis Tannery at the corner of River and Orchard Streets. The proposal contains four six-storey buildings, with a combined 1,509 residential units and 4,961 square metres of commercial space,

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Hall Monitor: Active Implementation

On Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2019, Kingston City Council sat for meeting number 23-2019 (Agenda) where they discussed proposed changes to Belle Park, transitions in the Ontario recycling program, received a strategic plan update and, primarily, spoke to the 5-year implementation strategy for the Active Transportation Master Plan. The evening opened

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Statement from the City of Kingston as Council decides on municipal budget

The following is a press release from the City of Kingston: Council chambers have been active these past few nights, as budget presentations from City departments, Utilities Kingston and City-funded external agencies and boards have been underway. Activity culminated last night, with city council reviewing and recommending a 2019 tax-supported

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Mayor rebukes city councillor for ‘lack of trust in staff’

Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson took a moment to rebuke Councillor Jeff McLaren for his apparent lack of trust in city staff at the most recent meeting of Kingston City Council. The incident occurred about halfway through the city council meeting on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. Council had

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City: ‘Smart’ street-level data will be valuable to wide range of departments and projects

There is currently a car that is equipped with strange looking cameras driving around the streets of Kingston to gather images and data. If what springs to mind when you read that is ‘so, it’s like Google Street View?’ think again. The vehicle is gathering high-definition, three-dimensional images, but it

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Changes coming as City addresses issues with pedestrians accessing Breakwater Park

Due to the large number of people crossing King Street at the bottom of Beverley Street to access Breakwater Park, the City of Kingston is taking measures to discourage pedestrian crossing at that spot. According to a press release from the City of Kingston, the intersection at Beverley and King

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