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November 29, 2016 -
The City of Kingston has issued a consultation summary that offers an overview of feedback from the open house to present the draft report North King's Town visioning exercise and preliminary market analysis.
"Our community loves North King's Town and cares deeply about protecting the things it loves most about this area. We heard loud and clear that many were unhappy with the draft report and we want to assure them that their feedback will be better reflected in the next draft," says Greg Newman, manager, policy planning.
He says the second draft of the report will be released in the new year.
The consultation summary can be found on the consultation page at www.CityofKingston.ca/NorthKingsTown.
More than 60 people attended the November open house at Artillery Park Aquatic Centre to review display panels and the draft report that outlines an emerging vision for shaping North King's Town – the Inner Harbour and Old Industrial areas in Kingston's near north end.
The process to develop the secondary plan for North King's Town will be determined once the community visioning exercise and preliminary market analysis are complete and the report has been finalized.
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