Input Sought From Public On Land Donated

The estate of Thomas Duncan Campbell has graciously donated the parcel of land at 275 King Street West, directly adjacent to the Third Street bridge to the Municipality.

Mayor Darrin Canniff is committed to engaging with the community and would like to hear the public's input on how the land should be used. We are launching a Let's Talk page, where members of the community can submit their ideas on how the land should be utilized. The Chatham-Kent Let's Talk page is open to hearing all opinions, and we encourage everyone to participate in this exciting opportunity to shape the future of our community.

"We are thrilled to receive this generous donation from the estate of Thomas Duncan Campbell, and we are committed to using this land in a way that benefits the community. Chatham-Kent wants to hear from the public on how best to use this land, so we encourage everyone to participate in the Let's Talk page to submit their ideas. This is a unique opportunity for us to work together and create something truly remarkable for our community,” said Mayor Darrin Canniff.

Administration will review the submissions and determine the best use for the land. The Let's Talk page will be open until June 15, 2023, to allow ample time for public participation.

 Let's Talk Chatham-Kent Link:

Media Contact:

Amy Wilcox
Manager, Corporate Initiatives & Communications
Municipality of Chatham-Kent
519-360-1998 x 3055