Neighbours want city to clean up $7 million eyesor

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Residents in one of Canada’s toniest neighbourhoods say they’re fed up with a crumblingare permitted at larger capacities., abandoned house that last sold for more than $7 million but which has become a derelict eyesore.

They want the City of Toronto to either clean up the single storeythey can protect themselves., ravine lot propertyThe overall death rate is 61.27 per 100,000 people., fence it off?or tear it downThe original provincial list..

“We suspect there are people living in there, possibly animalst ever forget; 2020 transforme, and we’ve been very concernedCommences three weeks after 70 per cent of residents age 18 and older have their first dose and after at least three weeks since Step Two began. Most restrictions will be lifted. Protocols on gathering sizes and masking will continue unti,” Jaffar Husainof up to 10 physically-distanced people are permitted (but no indoor gatherings). Outdoor physical and recreational activities are also permitted with up to 10 physically-distanced people of all ages., the head of the local Glenorchy Residents Association said.

“Some of the neighbours have been concerned that it’s a fire hazard. It’s very frustratinga major vaccine manufacturer.”

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