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Posted On Friday, 19 January, 2018

NOTICE OF CONSIDERATION OF AMENDMENTS TO
FEES AND CHARGES BY-LAW,
WATER RATE AND SEWAGE RATES BY-LAW
AND
BUILDING SERVICES FEES BY-LAW
TAKE NOTICE that The Council of The Corporation of the Town of Kingsville will consider amendments to the following By-laws:
Fees and Charges By-law 9-2017
*Water Rate and Sewage Rates By-law 10-2017, and
Building Services By-law 11-2017 (Permits Fees and Fees for Other Services)
at its...

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Posted On Tuesday, 16 January, 2018

PUBLIC NOTICE
 
 
TAKE NOTICE that Council of The Corporation of the Town of Kingsville has cancelled its Regular Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 22, 2018 and such Meeting is re-scheduled to be held as follows:
 
Monday, January 29, 2018 commencing at 7:00 p.m.
@ Town of Kingsville Council Chambers,
2021 Division Road North, Kingsville.
DATED at Kingsville, this 16 th day of January, 2018.
J. Astrologo,...

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Posted On Friday, 05 January, 2018


The Town of Kingsville has openings for the following positions:
Director of Financial Services/Treasurer
Supervisor of Municipal Facilities and Property
Seasonal Part Time Parks and Recreation Employee
Our employees are truly the heart, soul and future...

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Posted On Wednesday, 03 January, 2018

According to the Town of Kingsville Traffic By-Law #21-2005, from November 15 to April 15 parking on residential streets is prohibited during a snow event from 12:00 am to 6:00 am and carries a fine of $75.00.
Please remove all portable items, including basketball nets, from the roadways to facilitate snow removal and prevent damage from occurring.
If objects severely affect our ability to maintain the roadway, they may be removed and brought to the Public Works Garage.
According...

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Posted On Thursday, 21 December, 2017

KINGSVILLE ONT, DECEMBER 21 ST , 2017:  Jack Miner Public School and Kingsville Public School will ring in the holiday season with an almost $17,000 donation from members of Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville (EDDK).
During the beginning of December students from both schools sold $25 gift cards redeemable at EDDK member establishments, with $5 from every sale going back to the schools. Students at Jack Miner sold 2,000 gift cards for a $10,000 donation and Kingsville Public...

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