Heritage Richmond Hill
Revised Agenda

HRH#05-22
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(Electronic Meeting pursuant to Section 238(3.3) of the Municipal Act, 2001)

Chair Marj Andre

 


PUBLIC NOTICE


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  • a) That the minutes of Heritage Richmond Hill meeting HRH#04-22 held May 17, 2022, be adopted.

  • a) That the extracts from the Council meeting C#23-22 held May 25, 2022, regarding staff reports SRPI.22.048 (Request to Amend Heritage Designating By-law 290-98), SRPI.22.052 (Heritage Permit Application for 37 Chao Crescent) and SRPI.22.056 (2022 Heritage Grant Applications - Six Properties), be received.

  • a)That Council consent to the demolition request for the David Hislop House located at 1577-1621 Major Mackenzie Drive East;

    b)That the Clerk provide the Ontario Heritage Trust and the owner of the designated property described in municipal By-law 143-97, as amended by By-law 68-06, written notice of Council’s decision regarding the demolition request for the David Hislop House;

    c)That the Interpretation Strategy as described in SRPI 22.067 be endorsed and implemented;

    d)That the owner carefully salvage at least 2,500 intact bricks from the David Hislop House, and transport them to the storage facility agreed upon with the City; and,

    e)That, once the demolition is complete, Council in consultation with Heritage Richmond Hill initiate the repeal process for Heritage Designation By-law 143-97, amended by By-law 68-06, which designated the property at 1577-1621 Major Mackenzie Drive East under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

  • a)That Council consent to the demolition request for the John Love House located at 6 Greywacke Street (formerly 630 King Road) subject to the owner constructing a replacement building in a style that reflects the property’s history, and subject to the owner erecting a commemorative plaque on the property;

    b)That the Clerk provide the Ontario Heritage Trust and the owner of the designated property described in municipal By-law 95-13, amended by By-law 66-18, written notice of Council’s decision regarding the demolition request for the John Love House;

    c)That, once the John Love House located at 6 Greywacke Street (formerly 630 King Road) is demolished, Council, in consultation with Heritage Richmond Hill initiate the repeal process for Heritage Designation By-law 95-13, amended by By-law 66-18.

  • a) That all comments regarding the Heritage Status letter issued by Planning and Infrastructure department be received.

  • a) That the verbal update by the Designation Sub-committee be received.

  • a) That the verbal update by the Promotion and Marketing Sub-committee be received.

- Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.