Île-Bellevue residents riled over restrictions to parking area
Residents of a condo building on the tiny island between Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue and Île-Perrot received a letter from Belcourt Properties, a condo developer, ordering them to stop parking their cars on Belcourt’s vacant lot on the southeastern edge of the island. The letter was signed by a lawyer and delivered by a bailiff to over 100 residents. A copy was also provided to the Montreal Gazette. Read the article…………….
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