From the Mayor’s Chair – April 5

Check out the latest version of From the Mayor’s Chair, where I break down the decisions of Council in 3 minutes or less.

Highlights from the April 5  Council meeting included a debate about the introduction of red light cameras in Kingston, which lead to council asking Kingston Police to make a presentation to council at the April 19 meeting before making a final decision on red light cameras. Council passed the Downtown Kingston BIA!’s request to exempt downtown businesses from the retail holidays act, allowing stores the option of opening year round. Council also discussed the future location of the steam launch Phoebe, currently on display at the Pump House Steam Museum, and asked staff to report back in the fall with options for her re-location in Kingston.

Watch the April 5 edition of From the Mayor’s Chair here

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