A staff report presented to council Kingston council Tuesday night recommends studying certain zones in the city that could qualify for photo radar.
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‘It’s an opportunity for people to view sights from the water, and the city, as they’ve never been able to previously,’ says Laurie Paquin, project manager for Kingston.
Kingston has a parking problem. That’s been a familiar complaint among downtown merchants and customers over the years, especially during pre-pandemic times.
Kingston 1000 Islands Sportsplex will now be legally allowed to host trade shows at its Westbrook dome after receiving city approval.
Despite nearly six years of feuding over height vs. heritage, all it took was a walk in the park to reach a compromise deal for downtown Kingston’s Capitol condominium project.
A deal for a nine-storey high-rise in Kingston’s downtown core has been approved by city council. Now, the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal will review it for final approval.
Construction of a $180-million bridge over the Cataraqui River is now 50 per-cent complete and remains on track for “substantial completion” by the end of 2022
Downtown Kingston businesses, shoppers and diners can expect more outdoor elbow room as the city plans to relaunch the Love Kingston Marketplace initiative.
Kingston city councillors said they can’t remove the sting of a property tax increase in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, but they did find an extra $ 1 million.
Kingston city councillors will hear some good news and bad news when they gather virtually next week to open the 2021 budget talks.
The demise of Kingston’s only drive-in movie theatre has led to plenty of questions and concerns from politicians and the public about a new plan for the now-vacant land.
A Kingston man was arrested following a string of break-ins and thefts in the city’s west end over the holidays.
If found guilty of breaking Ontario’s COVID-19 gathering restrictions, the penalty ranges from a minimum $10,000 fine up to a maximum of $100,000 and a year in jail.
The museum is in ‘very close talks’ to acquire the more than century-old SS Keewatin, an Edwardian passenger steamship, and make it a ‘major attraction for Kingston.’
Kingston police say at least eight others were injured in the crash, and they are still trying to determine how it happened.