Workshop - Understanding DASH
Thursday Feb 18th, 2016
LocationGreater Kingston Chamber of Commerce
Front Board Room
945 Princes Street (c/o Innovation Park)
AdmissionMembers: $25.00 plus HST
Non-Members: $45.00 plus HST
*Payment must be made prior to the event
*48 hours cancellation notification for full refund
*No shows will be invoiced
DescriptionWorkshop "Understanding DASH" - Why has the City invested in DASH?
DASH - Development Approvals Services Hub
What is DASH you ask?
Please don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the City of Kingston’s effort to simplify the online approval and development process for builders, businesses and residents of our city.
This Chamber Workshop will feature the new DASH concept now available to all residents.
DASH is all about sharing and managing development-related information online with customers and the community. Starting with the planning service, DASH will include the City’s building service information in 2016 and will eventually become the central place for all development- related information in Kingston.
Facilitators: Lanie Hurdle and Paige Andrew
Lanie Hurdle is the Commissioner, Community Services for the City of Kingston.
Lanie has been Commissioner since 2010 and has been employed by the City of Kingston since 2006. Prior to being Commissioner, she was Director of Recreation & Leisure Services and Director of Project Development.
Paige Agnew is the Director of Planning, Building and Licensing Services for the City of Kingston. Paige has worked in various public and private facets of the planning profession since 2003, with a focus on land use planning and municipal engagement. She also spent 5 years in Management in the post-secondary sector overseeing capital planning and sustainability portfolio for the three campuses of St. Lawrence College, including construction management and internal space planning. Since joining the City of Kingston team in 2014, Paige has been focused on the greater integration of services across her Division and leading several key projects and business initiatives including the 5 Year Update to the Official Plan, the Comprehensive Zoning By-law Project.