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Bolton BIA Confronts Town of Caledon

Bolton BIA logoA Special Meeting of the Downtown Bolton Business Improvement Association, whose “main goal is to work with all local businesses and property owners to promote Bolton as a great place to live, work, dine, shop, explore and discover“, is being held this January 18th. While the Bolton BIA Executive was the home for one of the early advocates for conserving the old village of Bolton as a Heritage Conservation District, a change in leadership personnel has resulted in their becoming its main opponent. Their recent ‘letter to the editor‘ seems to imply that they are considering taking the Town to the OMB despite its Council’s vote 8 to 1 in favour of creating the District.

This meeting has on its agenda ‘Review of Events from 2015, and Proposed Plans for 2016‘, is to be held at the Albion-Bolton Community Centre’s Room D at 7 pm, and is open to the public. However please drop a note to admin@downtownbolton.ca to help them plan for food.


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