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Notice of Road Closure – Part of County Road 9 (AKA Tiffany Block), York

TAKE NOTICE that the Corporation of Haldimand County proposes to pass a bylaw at an upcoming Council meeting on June 26, 2023, to stop up and close part of County Road 9 (AKA Tiffany Block) in York, legally described as Part of PIN 38174-0171 (LT), Firstly: Part Tiffany Block (Block B) Oneida; Part Robert Anderson Block Oneida; Part Lot 57 Concession 5 & 6 Oneida as in HC59804 & HC222302 Except Mineral Rights Only in HC226640; Secondly Part Tiffany Block (Block B) Oneida as in HC33647 (Schedule A & B), Part Tiffany Block (Block B) Forced Road being County Road 9 Between Grand River & River Road; as in Parts 1, 2, 3 and 5 on Plan 18R-4459; save and except Part 1 on Plan 18R-8093; Haldimand County.

You may submit any comments to Melissa Lloyd, Property Coordinator at 905-318-5932 ext. 6124 or by e-mail.

Notice of Motion for consideration at Feb 28 Council in Committee

The below motion will be considered at the Council in Committee meeting on February 28.

If anyone wishes to provide comment or speak to this motion, please provide written notice to the Clerk at by noon on February 27.

Please note: at this time, Council will only be considering the decision to seek further input on the matter, not on the MZO itself. All comments should be limited to this topic only.


The following is submitted as a Notice of Motion to be considered at the Council in Committee meeting of February 28, 2023:

  1. WHEREAS the previous term of Council passed a resolution supporting a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) for a new community in Nanticoke in March, 2022;
  2. AND WHEREAS subsequently a municipal election was held where this matter was one of the main issues under consideration;
  3. AND WHEREAS the Province has passed new legislation (Bill 23) that has the potential to adversely impact municipal financing as it relates to growth and development;
  4. AND WHEREAS the County has an approved growth strategy, servicing and financial strategies aligned with Provincial requirements to accommodate a population of 77,000 people and 29,000 jobs by 2051;
  5. AND WHEREAS the proposed new Nanticoke community represents additional growth beyond that required under Places to Grow legislation;
  6. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT staff be directed to organize public consultation on the matter including community meeting(s) to obtain input for Council’s consideration to withdraw its current resolution requesting a MZO.