Updated: Nov 8, 2018
There’s no question King City is taking the brunt of King’s development. Issues related to growth dominated the first of two all-candidates’ meetings, hosted by Concerned Citizens of King Township (CCKT) last week.
“Jordan Cescolini sees the value in serving his community. He’s self-employed in a family business and is committed to providing upwards of 25 hours per week for council work.”
CCKT asked the candidates who should take the lead on planning new subdivisions and communities – the Township or the developers. CCKT also wanted to know their vision on housing in King City, Nobleton and Schomberg.
“Cescolini said there has to be a fruitful relationship between the Township and the developers. He’d like to make sure developers contribute more towards local road infrastructure, to deal with the traffic that comes with new development. He’d like to see smaller bungalows for seniors..”
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