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February 17, 2016 -

Residents are invited to a public meeting hosted by municipal accessibility advisory committee to offer input on accessibility and the upcoming development of the urban sections of the K&P Trail will be accessible.

The meeting is set for 1 p.m. Thursday, March 3 in the Community Room of the Isabel Turner Library, 935 Gardiners Rd.

"When developing new pathways and trails, accessibility is an essential consideration in ensuring Kingstonians of all abilities have options for getting out and being active," says Neal Unsworth, manager, parks development.

Those wishing to speak are asked to register at the welcome table before the start of the meeting. Speakers will be chosen in random order. Each speaker will be allowed a maximum of five minutes to make his/her presentation. If you are not able to attend in person, please send your written submissions to Heather Woodland, committee clerk at

The agenda and other materials are posted on the meeting's March 3 listing on the City's calendar at

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