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My name is Luke Crockett, and I am a second-year Advertising and Marketing Communications student at St. Lawrence College. One of the great things about my program is that we have a Co-Op for seven weeks during our second semester that gives us an opportunity to go out and get some real-life work experience. For this Co-op, I decided that I wanted my placement to involve working with the...
This Thursday, staff will present a supplementary report to the Administrative Policies Committee on short-term rental licensing. This updated program reflects public feedback and provides a solution that aligns with community goals of addressing housing availability, rental-unit safety and quality, nuisance impacts on neighbourhoods and the City’s commitment to fiscal responsibility by way of...
Update: Jan. 9, 2020 As of Jan. 9, the Department of Planning, Building and Licensing has officially received the LPAT order formally rescinding the Aug. 9, 2019 decision and ordering a re-hearing of the case. A copy of the order can be found on the LPAT website by searching for case no. PL170714. On Dec. 23, 2019, the Province’s Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) indicated their...
As you may know, the City is now collecting input on local building heights using an online mapping tool on the Get Involved Kingston page. Please click through to see where participating residents are suggesting buildings of various heights could be built in Kingston.  Over 300 pins have already been added to the map – and you are welcome to add your own! Indeed, now is the best time...
It has been a busy year for Jason Heroux who was appointed our new Poet Laureate in December 2018.  Jason is the third person to hold this position, having been preceded by Eric Folsom and Helen Humphreys, and it is a role he will continue to fill for four years as a spokesperson for the literary arts in the community.  Of course, Kingston is already well-known as a literary city...
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