Could it (should it) become an election issue this October? Has the wall of concrete towers only served to make the problem louder and the pollution more contained? A number of residents are taking up the cause to see if their collective voice will bring any positive change to life at the Quay ...with trains.
This issue has had a nearly 2 decade history with the QCB and the City - and yet it is clearly still an issue of concern to those who live at the Quay.
Here is a chance to have your voice added to the conversation. PLEASE BE POLITE and ensure your comments advance the discussion forward. If you are going to repeat twenty year old comments such as 'The trains were here first ' or 'You shouldn't have moved into the area if you knew there were trains' - please save your voice - these are old comments and do not serve to see if there is a real way forward to this considerable and real problem.
Read how 'The Feds Are Going To Start Monitoring CN' post here....
Read 'The Trains Were Here First' Lame comment here...
Read about 'Rail Pollution & Growing Support' here ...
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Understanding pet ownership is a sensitive discussion, a resident has submitted some thoughts on how to better ascertain whether a dog – big or small – would make for a good ‘resident’ of a building. Rather then base a pet’s acceptance on their size alone, perhaps strata’s should be looking at their behaviour and training as a more accurate indicator.
As this resident points out, we don’t stop people from buying condos at the Quay because of their weight, why then is this the litmus test for dogs? We thought it might be a good discussion to have as the Quay is a well known dog-lovers environment. You can voice your thoughts (politely please) via facebook here or visit our blog spot to have your say here.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO BE POLITE - WE ALL LOVE OUR DOGS SO SHOW SOME OF THAT LOVE IN THIS DISCUSSION - THANKS
Here is the resident’s ‘Letter to the Editor’ to open the discussion CLICK HERE