Mountains of garbage have been growing along Toronto’s commercial streets all week. Eye Weekly’s Edward Keenan explains what’s going in his column this week, but here’s the story in shorthand:
- The City changed the garbage pick-up rules for residents living above storefronts
- The City claims to have informed the residents
- The residents clearly did not get the message
- The City will teach them and the rest of the citizenry a lesson by letting the garbage pile up into huge mountains.
As of 10 p.m last night, the weekend partiers on Ossington and Queen West were already stumbling over the piles.