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Notice of Conveyance for Property Disposition Purposes – Part of Hill & Snow Street, Cayuga

TAKE NOTICE

The Corporation of Haldimand County proposes to pass a bylaw at an upcoming Council meeting on March 4, 2024, to authorize the sale of part of Hill Street, Cayuga, legally described as PIN 38232-0219; Hill Street Village of Cayuga East of Grand River Between Snow Street and Monture Street; Haldimand County and to authorize the sale of parts 1 & 2 on draft reference plan of Snow Street, Cayuga, legally described as part of PIN 38232-0216; Snow Street Village of Cayuga East of Grand River Between Part 1 on 18R-4787 and Obadiah Street; Haldimand County.

You may submit any comments to Melissa Lloyd, Property Coordinator at 905-318-5932 ext. 6124 or by e-mail, no later than March 3, 2024.

Haldimand County, 53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0.
Properties@haldimandcounty.on.ca

Map of Subject Lands Hill and Snow Street Cayuga

Notice of Application for Approval to Expropriate Land

Expropriations Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. E.26

In the Matter of an application by The Corporation of Haldimand County for approval to expropriate land being:

98 acres of land municipally known as 4300 River Road, Caledonia, legally described as Part Lot 33-35 CON BF on the Grand River Oneida as in HC48538, Except Part 1-6 18R6209; Subject to HC120528, HC120529, O6101, O8318; Haldimand County

for the purpose of future construction of a new wastewater treatment plant to address significant residential growth in the Caledonia area.


Notice is Hereby Given that application has been made for approval to expropriate the land described as follows:

98 acres of land municipally known as 4300 River Road, Caledonia, legally described as Part Lot 33-35 CON BF on the Grand River Oneida as in HC48538, Except Part 1-6 18R6209; Subject to HC120528, HC120529, O6101, O8318; Haldimand County.

Any owner of land in respect of which notice is given who desires an inquiry into whether the taking of such land is fair, sound and reasonably necessary in the achievement of the objectives of the expropriating authority, shall notify the Clerk of the approving authority in writing.

  • In the case of a registered owner, served personally or by registered mail, within thirty (30) days after the registered owner is served with the notice, or when the registered owner is served by publication, within thirty (30) days after the first publication of the notice;
  • In the case of an owner who is not a registered owner, within thirty (30) days after the first publication of the notice.

The approving authority is: The Council of The Corporation of Haldimand County, 53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0.

The expropriation authority is: The Corporation of Haldimand County, 53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0.

Haldimand County
Chad Curtis, Clerk
Haldimand County, 53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0.
Clerk@haldimandcounty.on.ca

Map of expropriation area

Public Survey: Archaeological Management Plan

Haldimand County has retained Archaeological Research Associates Ltd. (ARA) to develop the county’s first Archaeological Management Plan (AMP) and has launched an online survey to obtain community feedback.

The County has commenced this 18-month long project to develop a new framework and strategic direction aimed at preserving local archaeological resources and further strengthen planning and policy processes.

Key deliverables to be produced as part of the Archaeological Management Plan include:

  • A comprehensive research and background review to compile a comprehensive County history, gap analysis of existing policy and procedures, and roles and responsibilities, and establish initial AMP objectives based on best practices.
  • A comprehensive set of Geographical Information System (GIS) based mapping that documents known archaeological resources and identifies areas of archaeological potential;
  • Development of a robust engagement program with First Nations and Indigenous communities, partners, the general public, and;
  • Proposed new protocols, policies, roles and responsibilities, and management strategies to be integrated into the County’s Official Plan and planning framework.

Engagement with partners and the public will occur throughout the project to provide opportunities for information sharing, feedback and education.

The preliminary public survey will remain open until January 27, 2024 and may be completed online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HCAMP.

For more information on the Archaeological Management Plan, including a project timeline, visit HaldimandCounty.ca.