Homeless gehto cleared

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    Council Watcher
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    At last ‘The Loading Bay’ that used to belong to Woolworths at the side of the chippy in Egerton Street down from McDonalds has been cleared of homeless and the mess that had been building up. The place was a disgrace with rats running around, human waste and drug debris scattered all over the place.

    Presume this is action after all the businesses affected (there rear doors open into the quad) all met and a new gate is going to be erected as well.

    Quite astonishing that it has taken so long to clear– only problem now is where they are going to pitch up next!

    #159234

    TimRegency
    Participant

    ‘Been cleared of homeless.’ Are you talking about people?

    #159273

    MP1953
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    I am with you Council Watcher, I know someone who works in the Charity shop on Egerton Street who has to wade through it all every morning.

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    #159629

    Matt
    Participant

    I realised that they must have cleared the ghetto in order to make room for the Christmas Light Switch on festivities.

    The irony being that the Rotary club were raising money for the homeless but in order for the event to go ahead they had to make the local homeless be made homeless from their preferred address.

    #159642
    Rob
    Rob
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    Walking down to the lights it did not seem that space was being used for anything so not sure they were connected.

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