Downtown condo gets a smaller, quieter generator after residents complain (ON)

For the first time in almost a week, residents of a downtown condo woke up to a cleaner, quieter neighbourhood Friday after the building’s developer, Brad Lamb Development Corp., replaced a noisy generator that had been belching diesel fumes.  The problem began when the building’s power went down last week, forcing them to rely on the box-car sized generator to keep the lights on.    Read the article…………..


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