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The wheelchair ramp near the Ticket Atlantic Metro Centre entrance on Carmichael Street frequently bears an unfortunate odour. 

The wheelchair ramp near the Ticket Atlantic Metro Centre entrance on Carmichael Street frequently bears an unfortunate odour.


Remarks: Pee. That’s right, we said it. The ramp often smells of pee. Hardy acknowledges that the pungent problem is legit—“It’s on our everyday patrols, we have to put neutralizer on it,” he says. “There’s another area near Duke Street. We leave the lights on all night to discourage the boys, but it’s hard.” Outdoor bladder relief may offer temporary bliss, but what about the lingering smell? Smelling other people’s pee is gross. Remember that the next time you think about unzipping-and-dripping in public.


Who's Responsible?: Darrell Hardy, Property Services Manager with Trade Centre Limited. 421-1302 x168.

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