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City Outlines Plan to Tackle Extensive Winter Damage to Roads

Work to address the extensive winter damage to Kingston’s urban roads will begin on May 26 and will cost an estimated $3.3 million in total. “We told Kingston motorists and cyclists that we would be offering a longer-term fix to address this winter’s road damage and that’s what we are

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Surviving Pothole Season in Kingston

While winter is nearing its bitter end, the spring thaw has revealed shear treachery on every inch of Kingston’s roads. Over the past few weeks, road conditions have worsened with potholes deepening, leaving drivers with broken suspensions and shattered nerves. The worst streets resemble unwanted obstacle courses, which challenge those

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Hall Monitor: Making Room on the Patio

Once again, our elected officials took to the halls of city hall for meeting 12-2012 of Kingston City Council. You can find the agenda and addeds from last night on the city’s website. Ah, spring. The season of birds, the season of flowers, and the time of the year when people

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Kingston’s Next Mayor

Kingstonist’s weekly poll is still in it’s infancy, and in an effort to see it flourish, we’ve been giving it a prime slot on Monday morning over the past couple of weeks.  We’ll keep on with the status quo for the time being, however we may eventually change things up

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