Condo owners to pay $500K to save dog urine-contaminated park

Residents at a luxury condo tower have decided to spend half a million dollars to rescue a small park — after it was all but gone to the dogs.  The square section of grass at the back entrance of The Spire in the downtown core was a destination for hundreds of dog owners whose pets needed to relieve themselves. But with so many using the parkette as a restroom, the soil had become badly contaminated — so much so that 15 trees there couldn’t survive.    Read the article………….


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