For those who have been following the debate over 33 Victoria Terrace, we have an update for you.  Following some closed session meetings at Council and the Heritage Committee, the Town has officially published a “Notice of Intention to Designate” (NOID) for the property in Grimsby Beach.

Upon publishing the public notice, the owners have 30 days to file an objection. If no objection is received, then Council can pass a By-Law to officially designate the property under the Ontario Heritage Act.  Should there be an objection, the case could end up at the Conservation Review Board (CRB), much like an OMB for heritage matters.

The NOID provides some interesting history and attributes of the property that is well worth the read and builds a solid case for the designation.  We have attached it below:

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