Wendy Simon

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May, 2017

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Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 3 months ago
The Tall Ships festival was an absolute dream for the city BUT, when something this large comes to the city I think there should be more city workers (or get an army of unemployed) to do clean up of trash left by ignorant people throughout the day and evening. The streets are just deplorable with discarded food packages and cups and could be kept under control if the city would get more people out picking it up......it should never be needed but there are some nasty ,lazy, pigs living here and just litter everything
Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 5 months ago
The architecture and beauty of most buildings if the slum lords were fined and made to fix up premises they own, like Rod Gillis and the old Woolworth bldg. That is so disgusting and he should be charged with unsightly premises
Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 5 months ago
Cleanliness and more pride in surroundings
Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 5 months ago
Cleaning up the entire area would make such a difference. The bird droppings on King and Charlotte are disgusting and should be cleaned up with periodic power washes which the city must have. Encouraging people to stop feeding the pigeons should be attempted as well. There should be deputized people walking around and ticket litter bugs There is no reason for people dropping cups and papers all over the place.
Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
I love waterfront by Hilton and condos where there are benches to just watch the water and catch the sun. Most along Water street would be great
Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
King Street and King Square are gems and are not treated as such by a lot of the public. Spitting , swearing , dumping garbage, and feeding pigeons should be eliminated and both areas periodically power washed to remove bird droppings. It is like trying to walk a land mine and is disgusting for visitors and locals