It's an election year here in Foggy London Ontario, so council is more willing than usual to leave the comfort of the city cafeteria to meet with the public, only to retreat behind closed doors to discuss the fate of the vassals.
Council Mismanagement Digest
What's up with this piece of news? As the city continues to crumble and the craters on the street multiply, the collective representives consider bribing workers to stay.
In an unusual move, an arbitrator has called the city and its firefighters to get together for one more shot at negotiating a new contract.Expensive foreplay over the proposed fourplex
The legal battles continue in this hate filled city. The battle over 915 Richmond rages on, and London taxpayers look on helplessly as their money is appropriated to fund it all. *Yawn* Legal battles with developers, the OMB board and neighbourhood groups begging the city to intervene on their behalf, are so common place that such stories lack the shock value they once had.
A proposed Richmond Street development that sparked accusations of betrayal and secrecy on city council faces a final hurdle today before the Ontario Municipal Board.Parlour rubs area wrong way
There's a body rub parlour slated to move into an East London plaza, next door to an adult video store, and neighbours and ever lecherous East London Crackdown are demanding government intervention.
An east London neighbourhood may soon be home to a new body rub parlour that appears to be sliding through a loophole in a city bylaw meant to limit their number.The ambiguous public is not waiting for council and already their hysterical threats and laments redound in the streets of East London.
The block that fronts Dundas Street between Spruce and First streets already has an adult novelty store and video store. If council can't stop the body rub parlour, neighbours will do what they can to continue their fight, Doyle said.Esat London Crackdown, the gang that sets up a live video cam on Dundas street and tracks and photographs prostitutes and crackheads, has similiar intimidation tactics in mind in case the body rub parlour opens.
. . . East London Crackdown, whose Internet site claims to expose drug use and prostitution on Dundas, now has the broader sex trade and the proposed body-rub parlour in its sights.A follow up story indicates that council might have 'legal' grounds to prohibit the parlour afterall. In a bizarre twist, a follow up article features self proclaimed supporter and contracter involved in the renovations for Sweet City 2, affirming the house next door was not unoccupied at the time of the application. He claims he was living there.
The claim no one was in the house in May is "garbage," Lowell Taylor said.