Broken bylaw enforcement process.
Nobody, everybody, who knows?
As the city fends off charges of arbitrary bylaw enforcement, we’d like to again call attention to Mitchell’s Environmental Treasures at 2183 Gottingen Street, which has been the target of bylaw enforcement for at least five years, to no avail. We suggest that the city admit defeat, stop hassling homeowners and suspend its bylaw enforcement entirely, at least until this blight on the north end is addressed.
Send your favourite municipal malfunction to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 422-6278 ext. 113. To follow up on past problems, click on thecoast.ca.
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