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History:
The branch was founded in January 2014

Website: https://www.facebook.com/acohaltonhills

Contact:
   Pat Farley, Branch President
   ACO-HH@cogeco.ca

 

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Buildings at Risk

The Barber Paper Mill (1854)
River Road
Georgetown...more

 

Events

2017 Meeting Schedule for ACO Ontario
January 30, 2017 to December 30, 2017
Schedule of Executive and Council Meetings for 2017. Please open the attached pdf to see the full schedule. This document will be revised periodically as dates and locations are confirmed.

News

ACO EXPRESSES SUPPORT FOR BILL C-323
Bill establishes tax credits for rehabilitation of historic properties
ACO supports Private Member's Bill C-323, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act (Rehabilitation of Historic Property), which will receive second reading in the House of Commons on February 10. This bill will establish a tax credit for expenses related to the rehabilitation of a historic property. It also establishes a tax deduction for the capital cost of property used in the course of such a rehabilitation.

McGibbon Condo Development, Mill & Main St. S., Georgetown
March 2017 OMB Decision
Although not the result ACO-HH was hoping for but, at least, the upper facades of three of the four listed heritage buildings will be restored or recreated using original salvaged materials. This will somewhat minimize the impact of downtown Georgetown's historic streetscape.

MP Peter Van Loan Proposes Tax Credits for Heritage Properties
National Trust for Canada is organizing Response
MP Peter Van Loan has introduced a Private Members Bill proposing Income Tax Credits to assist private owners of heritage property with restoration costs. This is good news for heritage, whether or not it passes as widespread support for the initiative may result in either passage or a similar bill from government. National Trust for Canada is organizing heritage organizations across the country. ACO's Policy Committee will be developing a formal response from ACO.