122. The notice of motion of a heritage identification by-law describes the element of intangible heritage or identifies the historic figure, event or site involved and states the reasons for identifying it as cultural heritage.
The notice of motion must also contain the date on which the by-law is to come into force in accordance with section 125 and state that interested persons may make representations to the local heritage council in accordance with the notices given to that effect.
The clerk or the secretary-treasurer must send a copy of the notice of motion and the related draft by-law to the cultural heritage registrar as soon as possible.
2011, c. 21, s. 122; 2021, c. 10, s. 441.