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Community benefits can form part of the approvals process for a project under Section 37 of the Planning Act. In exchange for height or density that exceeds a property’s zoning permission, municipalities may receive ‘community benefits’. The Planning Act and Sections 9.5.25-9.5.30 of the City’s Official Plan provide the parameters for how communities may negotiate community benefits and...
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Do you know which types of sign are – and are not – allowed to be used in Kingston? How about how large a sign can be, or where they can be installed? What’s the difference between an animated sign and an electric spectacular sign? Signs are regulated by the City of Kingston’s Sign Bylaw and sign technologies have changed since the last review in 2014. We know that businesses are always...
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I am inviting local builders and residents to one of two meetings, where we will present proposed updates to parking ratios for building projects in the Williamsville Main Street, downtown and harbour areas and the Cash-in-Lieu of Parking Bylaw. The meetings will be held on: Wednesday, July 13 at 1 p.m. in Memorial Hall, City Hall, 216 Ontario St. Thursday, July 14 at 9 a.m. at the...
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I invite you to join us at one of the upcoming community visioning events to help shape the future of North King’s Town. Below is a list of different opportunities for you to participate: Monday, June 20 – Community visioning workshop 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Portuguese Cultural Centre, 959 Division St. Wednesday, June 22 – Eat, dance and dream at the community visioning exercise...
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Come launch the project that will help shape the future of North King’s Town – the Inner Harbour and Old Industrial areas just north of downtown. On Tuesday, May 24 we will be at the Royal Canadian Legion, 734 Montreal St. beginning at 6:30 p.m. There will be a presentation made at 7 p.m. Before developing the secondary plan for North King’s Town, we are conducting a community visioning...
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Paige Agnew
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