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In the matter of the Ontario Heritage Act,
R.S.O. 1990, Chapter O.18

And in the matter of the property
referred to as the “Vaughan Seed Company”
located at 111 Victoria Street
in the City of Welland in the
Province of Ontario

NOTICE OF PASSING OF REPEAL BY-LAW

TAKE NOTICE THAT The Council of the Corporation of the City of Welland passed By-law 2014-110 repealing By-law 2002-123 which designated 111 Victoria Street in the City of Welland, known as the “Vaughan Seed Company” of historic or architectural value or interest on July 16, 2002 under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter O.18.

The Vaughan Seed Company building was razed by fire on June 8, 2008.  Provincial guidelines regarding heritage properties that are demolished outline that Council must repeal the designation By-law in question to provide accurate records regarding the legal title of the affected property.  This also ensures that municipal and provincial registers of heritage properties are accurate and up to date. 

Dated at the City of Welland this 14th day of August, 2014.

 

Christine Raby,
City Clerk

 

 

City of Welland
Public Notice

Welland City Council proposes to rename the St. George Swimming Pool located at St. George Park, the ‘Rosie Smith Swimming Pool’ to recognize Rosie Smith’s significant volunteer contribution to the City.

In accordance with the City of Welland Municipal Naming/Renaming Policy SER-008-0006, a communication strategy must be initiated by advertising the proposed change on the City’s website and Civic Corner for a period of 30 days during which time, public comments will be received and considered.

Please direct comments and inquiries to:

Janette Loveys Smith, B.A., M.A.
General Manager, Integrated Services
janette.loveyssmith@welland.ca
905-735-1700 Ext. 2310

Dated:  August 14, 2014

 

 

 

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

INVITATION TO APPLY

NIAGARA COMPLIANCE AUDIT COMMITTEE - 2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTION
WWW.NIAGARACOMPLIANCEAUDIT.CA

The Municipal Elections Act, 1996, requires all municipalities and local boards to establish a Compliance Audit Committee by October 1 of an election year.

In compliance with the Act, the municipalities and school boards of the Niagara Region cooperatively worked together to establish the Niagara Compliance Audit Committee in 2010.

The purpose of the Niagara Compliance Audit Committee is to:

  • Consider whether to grant or reject a compliance audit request made by an elector
  • Where an audit is granted, appoint an auditor and review the auditor’s report.
  • In light of the auditor’s report, decide whether legal proceedings shall be commenced.
  • Advise municipal council or school board on the result of a compliance audit request.

Applicants shall have:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of campaign financing rules under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, as amended.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of quasi-judicial or administrative tribunals.
  • Availability and willingness to attend meetings throughout the Niagara Region.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Preference shall be given to applicants that have related experience in law, accounting or academics from related fields.

The term of the Committee will commence in 2014 and continue through to 2018. Municipal Election Candidates have until March 27, 2015 to file their Financial Statements. Any requests for a Compliance Audit will occur after that date. While Compliance Audit requests for the 2014 Municipal Election must be submitted by June 25, 2015, a by-election could result in the need for the Niagara Compliance Audit Committee to sit during the term of Council or School Board.

Remuneration, and appropriate mileage, is under review.

Resumes may be submitted through the Niagara Compliance Audit Committee website or dropped off at your municipal clerk’s office. More information is available through www.niagaracomplianceaudit.ca

Deadline for applications is Friday, August 22, 2014.

 

 

 

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FOR THE

2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTION?

For application and job descriptions
click the “button”

City of Welland Municipal Elections website

Applications also available for pick up
at the Office of the City Clerk
60 East Main Street, Welland

 

 

 

2014 FINAL RESIDENTIAL TAX BILLING

PROPERTY CLASSES invoiced on this FINAL TAX BILLING: 

Residential, Farmlands & Managed Forests

INSTALLMENT DUE DATES:

Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Tuesday, September 2, 2014

PAYMENT OF THE FINAL BILLING MAY BE MADE AS FOLLOWS:

  • City Hall, 60 East Main Street, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  After Hours - Mail Slot at front entrance closest to Cross Street, by CHEQUE ONLY.
     
  •  Chartered Banks, Caisse Populaire, Credit Union, Trust Companies.  Payments accepted on or before installment due date only.
     
  • Please take advantage of our Pre-Authorized Payment Plan.  Information available here or at City Hall.

LATE PAYMENTS are subject to Penalty at 1.25% per month, applicable on the first day after due date.

Failure to receive a tax bill does not excuse a taxpayer from the responsibility for payment of taxes and penalties.

 

                                                                                    Steve Zorbas, CPA, CMA, B. Comm, DPA
Acting General Manager, Corporate Services/ City Treasurer

 

 

 

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF WELLAND
TWO HOUR FREE ON-STREET PARKING

In order to provide easy, accessible on-street parking for customers to come and shop freely in the downtown core during Niagara Region’s rehabilitation work on the East Main Street Bridge, the City of Welland has implemented Two Hour Free Parking at most on-street parking stalls controlled by parking meters. All meters in the downtown core and along King Street, north of Griffith Street, allow for Two Hour Free Parking.

Two Hour Free Parking began April 7, 2014 and will continue until one week following the opening of the Main Street Bridge.

Parking Enforcement Officers will enforce all on street parking meters and vehicles exceeding the Two Hour limit will receive a Parking Infraction Notice.  (Fine of $14.00)

Please note, all Municipal Parking Lots will require payment.

For further information, questions or concerns, please contact the Traffic, Parking and By-law Enforcement Division at 905-735-1700 extension 2250, 2113 or 2212

 

Traffic, Parking and By-law Enforcement Division
Infrastructure Services