Structures Over 40 Years Old - Part B

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This presentation was prepared in February 2013 and updated in 2014 by the Municipal Engineers Association to assist with understanding and applying the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment. Be sure to download the check list from www.municipalclassea.ca and complete this check list while viewing Parts A, B, C and D of the Structures over 40 years module Click on the "Download" button above the presentation and to the right, to have a PowerPoint version of this presentation which includes written text of the dialog

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Does the proposed project involve a bridge constructed in or after 1956? Yes – Next No – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA PART B SCREENING CHECKLIST for CULTURAL HERITAGE RESOURCES

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There are four bridge types that have been commonly constructed that likely do not have Heritage Value: 1) Rigid Frame – cast in place (single and multiple span) including concrete T-beam supported decks

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Additional Rigid Frame Examples

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2) Pre Cast Beams with cast in place concrete deck - Single or multiple spans

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3) Small simple span bridges or culvert >3.0m

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Simple Span Bridge

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4) Structural Steel beams (single and multiple spans) with cast in place concrete deck Does the project involve one of these four bridge types? Yes – Next No – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is subject of a covenant or agreement between the owner of the property and a conservation body or level of government? Contact – the Ontario Heritage Trust, Municipal Clerk or the local Land Registry Office. Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is listed on a register or inventory of heritage properties maintained by the municipality? Contact – Municipal Clerk, Heritage Planning staff or the Municipal heritage Committee. Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act? Contact – the Municipal Clerk, Ontario Heritage Trust and Local Land Registry Office. Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is subject to a notice of intention to designate issued by a municipality? Contact – the Municipal Clerk and Ontario Heritage Trust Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is located within a designated Heritage Conservation District? Contact – Municipal Clerk and Ontario Heritage Trust. Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is subject to a Heritage Conservation District study area by-law? Contact – the Municipal Clerk. Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is included in the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport’s list of provincial heritage properties? Contact – registrar@ontario.ca Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is part of a National Historic Site? See: www.pc.gc.ca/apps/lhn-nhs/index_e.asp Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is part of a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site? See: www.pc.gc.ca/eng/progs/spm-whs.aspx Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is designated under the Heritage Railway Station Protection Act? See: http://www.pc.gc.ca/clmhc-hsmbc/heritage/listegares-liststations.aspx Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is identified as a Federal Heritage Building by the Federal Heritage Building Review Office ( FHBRO )? See: http://www.pc.gc.ca/progs/beefp-fhbro/index_e.asp Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is the subject of a municipal, provincial or federal commemorative or interpretive plaque that speaks to the Historical significance of the bridge? Ontario Historical Society: www.ontariohistoricalsociety.ca Ontario Heritage Trust Plaques: www.heritagetrust.on.ca/Resources-and-Learning/Online-Plaque-Guide.aspx National Historic Sites & Monuments: www.pc.gc.ca/apps/lhn-nhs/index_e.asp Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain a parcel of land that is in a Canadian Heritage River watershed? See: www.chrs.ca/Main_e.htm Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Will the project impact any structures or sites (not bridges) that are over forty years old, or are important to defining the character of the area or that are considered a landmark in the local community? Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Is the bridge or study area adjacent to a known burial site and/or cemetery? See www.consumerbeware.mgs.gov.on.ca Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Is the bridge considered a landmark or does it have a special association with a community, person or historical event in the local community? Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No - Next

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Does the bridge or study area contain or is it part of a cultural heritage landscape? Yes – Prepare CHER Undertake HIA No – Part D – Archaeological Resources

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