Kingston City Council Agenda – 23 Jan

| Published , updated January 25, 2024

This meeting summary was written by Parth Pasnani & GPT and originally published here. You can subscribe to Kingston Townhall Tracker here.

Main topic of discussion was upcoming by-law amendments

The city council meeting on 23 Jan 2024 will discuss the following points. Meeting details can be found here. To have your say on any of the below topics, contact your local councillor.

  1. Committee of the Whole “Closed Meeting”: Discussions on labor relations with Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 109, collective bargaining, and property acquisitions related to Lappan's Lane and Affordable Housing Land Acquisition.

  2. Presentations: Includes a presentation by Roland Billings about the & District Sports Hall of Fame inductees for 2023.

  3. Delegations: There will be appearances by Aric McBay, Tony Gkotsis, and Catherine Riddell to discuss various clauses of reports from the Chief Administrative Officer and Kingston Heritage Committee.

  4. Reports: Several reports will be discussed, including those on the Brownfield By-Law for 18 Queen and 282 Street, the St. Lawrence Business Park Expansion, and the Corporate Carbon Target Increase from 30% to 40-50% by 2030.

  5. Zoning and Planning Matters: The agenda includes zoning by-law amendments for properties such as 705 Arlington Park Place and 1075 Bayridge Drive, as well as a heritage permit application for 36 University Avenue.

  6. Miscellaneous Business and Communications: This includes items like designating the YGK Craft Beer Fest 2024 as an event of municipal significance and various public meeting notices.

  7. By-Laws: Several by-laws will be discussed, including those related to property tax cancellation for properties at 18 Queen Street & 282 Ontario Street, zoning amendments, and cultural heritage designations.

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This meeting summary was written by Parth Pasnani & GPT and originally published here. You can subscribe to Kingston Townhall Tracker here.

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