Korce group goes to court

Rather than follow the city’s repeated instructions to better manage their garbage, Korce Group, the landlord of 29 Church Street, has decided to go to court.

The city told Korce to build screened walls around their garbage areas and to fix the fences. Korce appealed to City Hall and lost. They have now appealed that decision to the Superior Court.

One must wonder about the relative costs of lawyers and fences.

Garbage at 29 Church
Garbage at 29 Church

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

One thought on “Korce group goes to court”

  1. If I’m not mistaken, the building is owned by a company which is run by an Etobicoke lawyer, the same lawyer whose name appears on the materials originally submitted to the city.

    If you don’t actually have to retain a lawyer, filing a Notice of Appeal will not cost very much, and now they’ve bought time to deal with the problem. They will probably not make a serious effort at appealing the decision.

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