You can find all kinds of things in Bridgewater’s Dominion Street Salvation Army, but you know what you’ll probably never see in there? Anyone from the town’s engineering department. Not exactly a bunch of bargain hunters, those folks.
If you’ve picked up a newspaper in the past seven years, there’s a good chance you’ve heard the name Pearl Kelly. In 2009, Pearl filed a human rights complaint against her employer, the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, alleging the LC had discriminated against her based on her gender and mental disabilities.
Considering the number of unflattering comments we printed the last time we wrote about Vivian Baydar (Frank 721), the toothy South End realtor was surprisingly willing to chat when we called her up to ask about the recent conclusion of her Small Claims Court face-off against South Shore contracting company, Hindon Construction.
The legal wranglings between the Town of Wolfville and apartment development company Micro Boutique Living that have been proceeding through the courts at a glacial pace are slowing down even more.
When we last spoke to New Glasgow developer/legal beagle Jamie MacGillivray, he was in the early stages of renovating the old Roseland Cabaret into a home for his property development business.
But a rather amused Franklander recently alerted us that Jamie’s plans for the space have recently changed.
“It’s becoming a rock climbing place,” the observer tells me.
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