Just a quick note to thank everyone who came out to the Open House at the Nobleton Library last week. It was encouraging to see many new faces and have the opportunity to answer your questions and discuss the future of our community. I know Mayor Pellegrini and Councillor Pabst enjoyed the evening, as well.
An info night was also held last week to seek input and answer questions about the plans for the new park in Nobleton. Again, I was pleased to see such a terrific turnout and the amount of interest expressed by our residents.
We hope to tender the process within the next three weeks; optimistically construction could start this spring and continue through the summer. The goal is to have the park open for use with construction and planting finishing up Phase One in spring 2016.
Phase One will complete most of the elements within the park. The Mountain Bike park, Dog park and Labyrinth are currently being considered as Phase Two additions.
The presentation by Thinc Designs was well received. We covered a lot of ground — click on the links below to view additional info about each proposed phase:
On Friday I had the opportunity to attend the potluck dinner at the Senior’s complex in Nobleton, which is always time well spent. On Sunday, we were at St. Mary’s for a pierogi lunch. Thank you to Father Paul and his parish.
We had another successful Council Meeting this evening (more details to follow). You’ll also be hearing more about the Nobleton Arena Kraft Hockeyville nomination. Nobleton is blessed to be so rich in hockey history — hockey is such an important element of what brings our community together. Please vote to support our community!
I encourage you to attend and support our local events, as well. Visit my website under the “meetings and events” tab for an updated list of what’s going on in King Township. Cold Creek will be hosting Winterfest on Family Day, February 16th. Check out the fantastic lineup of events unique to King Township!
My family and I are feeling blessed to have this opportunity to connect with so many of you – to truly “be a part it.” As always, you’re welcome to contact me anytime.
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