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Planning and Urban Development Committee Feb. 5, 2018

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The Feb. 5, 2018, Planning and Urban Development Committee meeting included:

Designation of the Church of the Redeemer as a Municipal Historic Resource

The Committee recommended that Council give three readings to the proposed bylaw to designate the Church of the Redeemer as a Municipal Historic Resource.

Designation offers legal protection to an evaluated historic resource, preserving it for the future and making the owners eligible for financial assistance in maintaining the property through existing Municipal and Provincial incentive programs.

Designation of the Houlton House (Congress) Apartments as a Municipal Historic Resource

The Committee recommended that Council give three readings to the proposed bylaw to designate the Houlton House (Congress) Apartments as a Municipal Historic Resource.

Designation offers legal protection to an evaluated historic resource, preserving it for the future and making the owners eligible for financial assistance in maintaining the property through existing Municipal and Provincial incentive programs.

Designation of the West End Telephone Exchange Building as a Municipal Historic Resource

The Committee recommended that Council give three readings to the proposed bylaw to designate the West End Telephone Exchange Building as a Municipal Historic Resource.

Designation offers legal protection to an evaluated historic resource, preserving it for the future and making the owners eligible for financial assistance in maintaining the property through existing Municipal and Provincial incentive programs.

Non-Growth Management Overlay Area Combined Outline Plan and Land Use Application Fees

The Committee recommended that Council direct Administration to maintain the current fee structure for combined Outline Plan and Land Use applications for Non-Growth Management Overlay areas, until such time as a broader fee review is initiated.

 


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