Municipal Heritage Committee

Municipal Heritage Committee

Scope

  • Comprised of eleven community volunteers plus two members of Town Council

  • The Committee serves in an advisory capacity

Responsibilities

  • Establish criteria for the evaluation of properties of architectural and/or historical value or interest
  • Prepare and maintain a list of properties and areas worthy of conservation
  • Advise Council on means of conserving heritage properties and areas
  • Advise Council on current heritage conservation legislation and assist Council in the preparation of municipal legislation to conserve heritage properties and areas
  • Implement programs and activities to increase public awareness and knowledge of heritage conservation issues
  • Advise and assist Council on all matters relating to the Ontario Heritage Act
  • Advise and assist Council on any other matter relating to buildings and areas or architectural and/or historical significance
  • Administer properties acquired by the Town under section 38 of the Ontario Heritage Act

Meetings

The Heritage Advisory Committee meetings and meeting materials can be found on our Council and Committee Calendar once published. 

Composition

Voting Members include: Alex Cuberovic, Gary Dandridge, Scott Foster, Kim Kippen, Barb Mitges, Alex Pasquini (Vice Chair), Michael Seaman (Chair), Councillor Brunet, and Councillor Timmers

Non-Voting Members include: the Manager of Development Planning and the Deputy Clerk. 
 

 

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