Thursday, May 26, 2011

This I don 't understand

They are taking down the diamond, yet the parks grounds keepers are grooming the baseball area ground as that have for years of baseball use.

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- iph

10 comments:

  1. My guess is that the grooming is done by an outsourced company.

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  2. Junction residentMay 29, 2011 at 7:36 AM

    I know this blog doesn't discuss East of Keele, but there is an empty lot that has been for lease for years at Dundas and Indian Grove. Lately there is some activity there, it looks like a garden may be planted? Does anyone know what is going on?

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  3. Do you mean the old MacBride lot? I saw that on Friday, I was wondering what was going on too...

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  4. Hey we do cover east of Keele look back on the posts

    the lot is owned by United republic properties, the owner of which lives in the Junction, and also owns the building on the North east corner of Pacific and Dundas St.

    I think they are renting it to a garden/landscape company

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  5. the lot is owned by United republic properties, the owner of which lives in the Junction, and also owns the building on the North east corner of Pacific and Dundas St.

    I think they are renting it to a garden/landscape company

    i will ask them. and post it

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  6. that could be exciting... I meant to ask; do you know what's happening at the train platform? There looked to be sod or something?

    Also: just dreaming here: but wouldn't that be the *perfect* place for the Farmer's Market?!

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  7. This lot also owed by united public, although the train platform was built and paid for by the Junction Arts festival

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  8. It just looked like they were doing some new work over there... I thought maybe something exciting was coming :)

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  9. they are paving the church parking lot...

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  10. Thanks Deb, no where near as exciting as I was hoping hahaha

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