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Energize King! January 28, 2010

Posted by Cleve Mortelliti On January - 13 - 2010

As the appointed Councillor to the King Environmental Advisory Committee, (KEAC)  it is my great pleasure to inform you of a very important initiative that is being undertaken to educate local businesses and residents of the opportunities available for implementing green energy projects in your homes and businesses.

The seminar is to be held on January 28, 2010 at the King City Arena on Doctors Lane in King City starting at 6:30pm. If you’ve been toying with the idea of adding solar panels to your roof or a small windmill in your back yard, this is the perfect chance for you to get some solid information from individuals who have gone thru the process, and from some green energy companies that will be in attendance.

Also, hats off to the hard work of our volunteer KEAC members,  J.R. Leo, Bruce Craig, Susan Beharriell, Ed Tsang, Harvey Tenenbaum, Cinzia Scalabrini, and Hans Martin, and to our King Township Staff Liaison Jennifer Best who have been working diligently for months to bring this informative event to our community.

See the flyer (below) for details and hope to see you there!

Energize King!

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3 Responses

  1. Greg Locke Says:


    I think this is a wonderful initiative! I would love to go “off the grid”.

    Maybe it’s a bit early for that degree of renewable energy in our home!

    Regardless, I will be there to be sure.


    Greg Locke

    Posted on January 13th, 2010 at 10:10 pm

  2. Tony S. Says:

    Cleve, last time everyone got excited about going green, in King City the Anglican Church installed solar panels on the roof of the Church. Could they comment on their experiment on going green?


    Posted on January 14th, 2010 at 9:58 am

  3. Susan Beharriell Says:

    Cleve and Tony,

    It was some 20 years ago that the church put up solar panels. Unfortunately, the technology was not good and severe leaking resulted in having to remove the panels. I have spoken with the Reverend. She is going to announce the event at services and engage the wardens to consider panels again, due to technological advances. She and many others p-lan to attend our session.


    Susan B

    Posted on January 22nd, 2010 at 7:17 pm

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My name is Cleve Mortelliti and I am the Councillor for Ward 1 in the Township of King, Ontario – Canada. I love this Township. King City has been my home since 1972. From 2004 to 2006 I had the privilege to work as an Engineering Administrator for the Township of King. But my overriding desire to make a real difference and to have a more positive, impactful influence on the shape and form of the development wave that is coming to King, led me to leave my employment with the Township and declare my candidacy for Councillor of Ward 1 (King City, Snowball, Kettleby). At approximately 10:00pm on November 13th, 2006 I was truly thrilled to learn that the residents and ratepayers of Ward 1 had bestowed their trust in me to serve as their councillor for the next 4 years . In the successive 2010, and 2014 elections I was re-elected by acclamation. It remains my honour and privilege to serve King.

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