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Tell us what you would change about King Township if you could.

almost 2 years ago
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  • Courts over 1 year ago
    Dirt roads are just that now. Not gravel but dirt and mud. We have to change our rotors on our vehicles every 6 months or so because of the mud that gets into them. These dirt roads are destroying our vehicles
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  • abhishek over 1 year ago
    Make living in King more sustainable. Currently, household taxes are the only major contributor to King's income and this makes living in King quite expensive. In addition, lack of public transit system and parking issue (at King Go Station) adds to problem. We should collectively think and decide - what we want the twnshp to be ? - place for elites (with estates homes and chauffeurs) or common man (living in home and commuting using public transit) or both ?
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  • Susan over 1 year ago
    Stop the sprawl to reduce traffic.
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  • konstantkatie almost 2 years ago
    Affordable mid-rise density housing and integrated junior employment programs to support the retention and training of young people. Committed transit plan in line with our density needs with links to larger transit hubs like King City and Newmarket (comparable to Innisfil's solution: https://innisfil.ca/living/transit).
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  • WestRon almost 2 years ago
    Having the rest of York and Simcoe region using King's back roads as their commuting super highway at super speeds. Stick to the 400 its designed for 120km/h.
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  • hoffmann almost 2 years ago
    We have just returned from a road trip around the Gaspe Peninsula. Almost every village had a rest area with picnic tables, public washrooms (not johnny on the spot), information signs, sometimes a food truck and often a view. Visitors need public washrooms and parking (especially at trail heads).
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