Yellow fencing arrived at the Seafield today and was placed in unexpected areas: about four feet in the front of the building, and around the side against a retaining wall blocking access to a tenant’s garden on the neighbouring church’s property).
No plants were harmed in the placing of this fence, but watering the garden (which [...]
Archive for June, 2010
Day one of construction at the Seafield consisted of Gordon Nelson Investments placing a large dumpster behind the building and installing a new lock on the doorway used to access the storage lockers.
Seafield residents agreed to vacate the parking at the rear of the building as well as their storage lockers in preparation for Gordon [...]