Calgary condo owner says view-blocking fence wasn’t in the blueprints (AB)

They say good fences make good neighbours, but Kate Reeves wholeheartedly disagrees.  The Calgary woman lives on the ground floor of First Condominiums in East Village and since she moved in, she’s been lobbying to get the fence in front of her window taken down.  “I wanted to be on the main floor so I’d have a door and be connected to the streetscape and the outside,” Reeves said. “Eyes on the street, meet your neighbours – that sort of thing.”    Read the article…………….


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