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    In our city, every Municipal Malfunction deserves to be fixed
      [image-1] What’s wrong? Missing signs on the boardwalk. Who’s responsible? Kelly Rose, Waterfront Development Corp., 422-6591. Remarks A reader sends in this picture of one of the blue directional signs on the waterfront, commenting that “they have all been removed now that the cruise ships and tourists are here.” Rose says that the signs are being updated and temporary signs have been installed on the blue pedestals, but those are apparently becoming souvenirs. The new signs should be up mid-June, she says.. Send your favourite municipal malfunction to onpatrol@thecoast.ca, or call 422-6278 ext. 113.
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    In our city, every Municipal Malfunction deserves to be fixed
      [image-1] What’s wrong? Collapsing stone pillar, St. Matthew’s United Church. Who’s responsible? Dora McGrath, 423-9209. Remarks Reader Ronwyn Damora sent this photo of the collapsing stone work at the foot of Spring Garden Road, between the church and the Maritime Centre. McGrath said it started collapsing about a week ago. The church operates on a shoestring budget, and is trying to figure out how to pay to get the stone work fixed. If anyone has the expertise to offer up, please give her a call. Send your favourite municipal malfunction to onpatrol@thecoast.ca, or call 422-6278 ext. 113.
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