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Awards Committee

This Committee discusses the Corporate Awards Program known as 'First Capital Distinguished Citizen/Honourable Achievement Award Program' and miscellaneous honours and awards services for the community.

Members

Mayor Paterson, Councillor George, Councillor Osanic

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Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA)

This body sets policies and reviews the operations of the Conservation Authority pursuant to the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario.The CRCA includes four councillors appointed annually.

Members

Councillor George, Councillor Osanic, Councillor Oosterhof, Councillor Turner


Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority - Lemoine Point

This committee provides advice and makes recommendations to the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority pertaining to Lemoine Point. It is composed of two members of council and six members of the public.

Members

Councillors
Councillor Osanic, Councillor Turner

Citizen Appointees
Hillar Aitken, Wendy Bouwma, John Diemer, Suzanne Hamilton, Chris Hargreaves, Jane Murphy


Central Pittsburgh Drain Committee

Members

Councillor Allen, Councillor Boehme, Councillor George 


Court of Revision Committee

The Court of Revision, comprises three to five councillors, appointed annually. It has the power to review proposed special assessments and make corrections, including:

  • where the owners' portion of the cost is to be specially against the land abutting directly on the work
  • where part of the owners' portion of the cost is to be specially assessed on the land not - abutting directly on the work, in addition to the matters mentioned in clause (a), as to the lots other than those abutting directly on the work which are or will be immediately benefited by it, and as to the special assessment which such lots should respectively bear;
  • in all cases as to the actual cost of the work.

Members

Councillor Boehme, Councillor George, Councillor Holland 

Drainage Act: Councillor Boehme, Councillor George, Councillor Oosterhof


Downtown Kingston! Business Improvement Area (DBIA) Board of Management

This Board manages the organization known as the Downtown Kingston! Business Improvement Area. It is composed of no more than 19 members appointed for the term of council, with at least two councillors, plus an alternate. Members are eligible for reappointment.

Members

Council Members
Councillor Candon, Councillor Stroud, Councillor Hutchison (alt)

Citizen Appointees
Jennifer Allan, Bev Allinson, Christine Ray-Bratt, Lynn Carlotto, Justin Chenier, Maria Cronk, Cindy Gibson, David Graham, Nathan Lollar, James Malcolm, Richard A. McNevin, Tim Pater, Justine Scala, Ed Smith, Nick Waterfield

Website

www.downtownkingston.ca


Kingston & Frontenac Housing Corporation Board

This Board oversees the operations of the Kingston Frontenac Housing Corporation. It is composed of three municipal representatives, tenant and public appointments serving a one-year term.

Members

Council Members
Councillor Candon, Councillor Holland, Councillor Schell

Citizen Appointees
Geoff Heminsley, Pytor Hodgson, Karen Pagratis

Tenant Reps
Beth C. Moore, Penny Wall

Website

www.kfhc.ca


Kingston Access Services

The Kingston Access Services Board is composed of seven members, including two councillors, appointed for the term of council. The Kingston Access Bus service was established to coordinate community transportation and broker non-medical transportation. It provides door-to-door service on a first-come, first-served basis, while maintaining strict eligibility criteria for its registered passengers.

Members

Councillor Boehme, Councillor Schell


Kingston Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO)

KEDCO undertakes, promotes and funds Kingston's economic development. This committee consists of 12 directors, including the Mayor and three Councillors. The committee's purpose is to undertake, promote and fund economic development activities for the City of Kingston.

Members

Council Members
Councillor Allen, Councillor Hutchison, Councillor Turner

Citizen Appointees
David Carnegie, Shai Dubey, Bill Durnford, Sandra Gibson, Peter Kraus (VC), Niall O'Driscoll, Judith Pineault, Bo Wandschneider

Website

business.kingstoncanada.com


Kingston Election Compliance Audit Committee

Members

Patrick O'Halloran, Steven Salterio, Andrew Kole


Kingston Electricity Distribution Limited

Members

Mayor Paterson


Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board

The Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board advises council on issues associated with Kingston's public libraries. The Board is composed of nine to 11 members, with three members appointed by the County of Frontenac, and six to eight appointed by the New City Council for the four-year term of Council.

Members

Council Member
Councillor Neill

Citizen Appointees
Barbara Aitken, Judith Brown, J. Ralph Gatfield, Claudette Richardson, Somnath Sinha, Monica Stewart, Catherine Tang

Website

www.kfpl.ca


Kingston Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation (Town Homes Kingston)

The board is comprised of two members of City Council and five members of the public, including a tenant member. As a governance board, the role of the board is to oversee the operations of Town Homes Kingston. Town Homes Kingston provides safe, affordable, mixed income housing at seven city locations. Members of the public serve a three year term.

Members

Council Members
Councillor Candon, Councillor Neill

Citizen Appointees
Nicholas Brown, Jessica Corbeil, Alice Gazeley, Warren Schell, Robert J Trentadue


Kingston Police Services Board

This Board provides civilian governance for the Kingston Police. It is comprised of the Mayor, a member of Council, a member of the public, and two members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Under the Police Services Act, every municipality that maintains a police force is required to have a Police Services Board. Its responsibilities include: determining objectives and priorities with regard to police services in the municipality and establishing policies for the effective management of the police force.

Members

Council Members
Mayor Paterson, Councillor George

Citizen Appointee
Andrea Risk

Website

www.kpf.ca


Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health Board

This Board advises KFL&A Public Health on its programs, services and budget. It includes three members of council appointed for a term of two years.

Members

Councillor Holland, Councillor McLaren, Councillor Neill

Website

www.kflapublichealth.ca


Milton Cemetery Board of Management

This Board is composed of three heads-of-households in the neighbourhood and manages the affairs of this property, as denoted in the original grant from Captain Milton.

Members

Council Member
Councillor Osanic

Citizen Appointees
Cheryl Azulay, Britton Smith, Hans Westenberg


Pine Grove Cemetery Board

The Pine Grove Cemetery Board manages the affairs of the cemetery as is consistent with the Cemeteries Act. The Board's members are the Councillor for Countryside District and three residents of the neighbourhood.

Members

Council Member
Councillor Oosterhof

Citizen Appointees
Graham Anglin, Barbara Kenny, Hazel Loyd


Pittsburgh Community Benefit Fund Committee

The Pittsburgh Community Benefit Fund (PCBF) Committee comprises 11 volunteer directors, two of whom are councillors from Countryside and Pittsburgh Districts. The remaining directors are elected to serve various terms on the PCBF Board. The PCBF Board of Directors manages the property and business of the Corporation established prior to the amalgamation of the former Pittsburgh Township with the City of Kingston. The Board oversees $4 million in investments that generate interest distributed to provide support, benefits and assistance to the residents of the community by:

  • developing and fostering community spirit;
  • promoting organized athletics, arts, recreation, education, civic emergency, social service and other community endeavours; promoting, developing and operating educational, recreational and athletic facilities and equipment within the community, and undertaking such other complementary purposes not inconsistent with these objects.

Members

Councillor Boehme, Councillor Oosterhof


Rideau Corridor Landscape Strategy Steering Committee

Members

Councillor Stroud, Councillor Neill (alt)


Rural/Urban Liaison Committee (RULAC)

This committee discusses issues and recommends solutions to matters of concern to the City and the County of Frontenac. This Committee was established by the order of the Minister of Municipal Affairs under Section 25.2 (4) of the Municipal Act. The Committee is composed of the Mayor, two members of council and two members of the Frontenac Management Board and meets at least quarterly.

Members

Councillor Boehme, Councillor Oosterhof


Sustainable Kingston Plan Board

A not-for-profit corporation is being set up to oversee the governance and implementation of the Sustainable Kingston Plan. The Sustainable Kingston Plan states "Community ownership is a core principle of Sustainable Kingston and will be fundamental to its success. The Sustainable Kingston Plan will be implemented within the community and is not a project or program of the City of Kingston - though the City will be a partner in pursuing its goals. Although striving for community ownership adds to the complexity of implementing the Plan, ultimately it will make it stronger."

Members

Councillor McLaren

Website

www.sustainablekingston.ca


Taxi Commission

This body provides for the licensing, regulating and governing of the owners and drivers of taxi cabs in the City of Kingston and the former Ernestown Township. The Taxi Commission is comprised of three elected officials appointed annually, a councillor from the City of Kingston, a councillor from Loyalist Township, and a member of the public.

Members

Council Member
Councillor Schell

Citizen Appointees
Don Amos, Courtney Mahoney, Mike Marlin, John Pyke, Karen Weisbaum

Representative from Loyalist Township
Deputy Mayor Ric Bresee