Public Input Sought on North King’s Town Cultural Heritage Report

Published on: 2019/05/02 - in News

The draft Cultural Heritage Study for the North King’s Town area has been posted online by the City of Kingston for public review.

Community members are invited to offer comments about the study – one of five reports the City will be releasing over the coming months as part of the North King’s Town Secondary Plan consultation – until May 22, 2019 at 4:30pm.

“This report will help direct future conservation and development strategies in the North King’s Town Area,” said Sonya Bolton, senior planner. “It details recommendations to help conserve, adapt and celebrate both tangible and intangible heritage resources in the area.”

The report was prepared by Bray Heritage and DIALOG for the City, providing the cultural heritage analysis and recommendations for the North King’s Town Secondary Plan and includes an inventory of the area’s existing and potential cultural heritage resources. Also included is a historic chronology drafted by project historian Jennifer McKendry.

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