Agendas and Minutes
To see the agendas and minutes of all committees, boards and task forces, please visit our CivicWeb Agenda and Minutes Portal.
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Committees and Boards Applications
The application period for Committees and Boards has now closed.
Application deadline was Wednesday, December 14th at 4:30 p.m.
Status: The Selection Panel is currently reviewing candidates.
Volunteerism and involvement with our committees and boards is a great way for local residents to get involved and learn about key Township issues and initiatives.
Appointment to Advisory Committees, Boards and Task Forces
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Procedural By-law 2018-060, as amended, outlines the rules and regulations that establish how Council, Board and Committee meetings are conducted.
The purpose of Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) is to advise and assist Council in improving opportunities for persons with disabilities by promoting the implementation of the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 (ODA) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) in the Township of King. The Accessibility Advisory Committee is to act as an advisory committee to Council to advise on matters relating to access to Township programs and services for citizens of all abilities, including persons with disabilities.
2018 - 2022 Accessibility Advisory Committee Members List
Councillor Jakob Schneider
Accessibility Advisory Committee Terms of Reference.
The purpose of the Heritage Advisory Committee (HAC) is act as an advisory committee to advise and assist Council on matters relating to the Township of King’s heritage (pursuant to the Ontario Heritage Act) as well as to serve as a resource for the community on heritage-related matters relating to Part IV (the conservation of Properties of Cultural Interest) and Part V (heritage conservation districts) of the Ontario Heritage Act, and other such matters as the Council may specify by by-law. In addition, the mandate will include acting as a resource for citizens in matters pertaining to conservation, restoration and renovation of heritage properties. It will also work to raise awareness of the Township’s heritage in the community.
Heritage Advisory Committee Members
The Heritage Advisory Committee (HAC) consists of six (6) appointed community representatives with a special interest in heritage and one (1) member of Council, having a total composition of seven (7) members.
2018 to 2022 Committee Member List:
- Todd Coles
- Catherine Flear
- Michele Hubert
- Kelly Mathews
- Augusto Nalli
- Jennifer Sanginese
- Councillor Debbie Schaefer
Heritage Committee Terms of Reference
Committee Staff Contact:
The Committee of Adjustment is an independent body appointed by Council, under authority granted by the Province of Ontario, to grant relief from the provisions of the Township’s Zoning By-law. The Committee of Adjustment is also empowered to grant consent for the severance of land. The committee is appointed to hear and adjudicate on applications in accordance with the Planning Act. The major criteria used to evaluate applications are contained within Section 45(1) of the Planning Act and are commonly referred to as the "four tests" of the Planning Act.
2018 - 2022 Committee of Adjustment Members
The Holland Marsh Drainage System Joint Municipal Service Board is a joint partnership with the Township of King and the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury. Its mission is to maintain and manage the Holland Marsh drainage system, to plan any future development for the Holland Marsh and tackle any possible environmental issues. Eligibility for this board requires members to be residents of King who are carrying on farming practices within the Holland Marsh.
Joint Municipal Services Board Term: 2018 - 2022
- William Eek
- Brian Visser
- Mayor Pellegrini
- Councillor Bill Cober
The King Township Public Library Board and its members’ duty is to provide comprehensive, effective and efficient public library service that reflects the community’s needs and builds community capacity. Public library boards are governing boards, legal corporations with the authority to make policy and to govern the Library’s affairs in compliance with the Public Libraries Act, RSO 1990, c. P.44. A critical aspect of the role is advocacy: KTPL’s Board Members promote and represent the Library to both existing and potential stakeholders, forging strong relationships that will support the strategic Vision, Mission and Values, as well as foster adherence to the principles of intellectual freedom.
Access to Information Opens Doors
Provide access to information, entertainment, and community spaces
Welcoming – equitable and accessible to all
Helpful – knowledgeably connect people to what they seek
Friendly – a warm greeting and responsive service
The Township of King Public Library Board term runs concurrent with Council. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month. No meetings are held during the months of July and August.
Library Board Members List 2018 - 2022
- Irene Degues
- Sukumar Natarajan
- Michael Presta
- Aleisha Richards
- Phyllis Vernon
- Councillor Jordan Cescolini
- Councillor David Boyd