What is the Aylmer Heritage Committee about?
The Aylmer Heritage Committee undertakes educational activities to increase public knowledge and appreciation of the benefits of heritage conservation. The Committee advises Council on current heritage legislation and assists Council in the preparation of municipal legislation to conserve properties of cultural heritage value, or interest, and advises on issues relating to the conservation of heritage architecture and items of historical significance. The Committee establishes the criteria for the evaluation of properties of cultural heritage value or interest, and maintains a list of properties and areas of cultural heritage value or interest.
The Minutes are posted on the website following approval by Town Council.
A list of meetings – to be determined and posted when available.
Heritage Homes of Aylmer
- By-law 07-20 – To Establish and adopt the Terms of Reference for the Aylmer Heritage Committee
- By-law 18-20 – Change in Composition of the Committee
The Aylmer Heritage Committee is an Advisory Committee of Council.
The Committee meetings are held at the Town Hall Council Chambers, 46 Talbot Street West, Aylmer