What's wrong? Abandoned car in Scotia Square parking garage.
Who's responsible? Crombie REIT, 429-3660.
Remarks: Rod, a reader, complains that this wine-colour Ford Escort has been parked, after a fashion, on the Albermarle side of the garage since February---so long that its tires have deflated, and depriving him of a street-level space. "Yeah, I've been wondering about that," says a cheerful woman at the Crombie office. "If you find out, let me know," she says, directing me to the garage's security office. "Yeah, that's been sitting there a long time," says a bored security guard. "You need to ask the people in the office about that." So, I dunno, Rod; the car seems to be caught in some sort of weird time-space continuum wormhole. It's a mystery of the universe.
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