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Charlottetown council deals with unsightly property on Eden Street

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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Charlottetown’s public works manager has been given the green light to go in and clean up the property at 2 Eden St.

The city’s protective and emergency services committee sent the issue to council’s February public meeting and it was approved unanimously.

It falls under the city’s dangerous, hazardous and unsightly bylaw and gives the public works manager the right to cut grass, remove any fallen trees and subsequent undergrowth that would lead to the existence of animal life.

The city also has the right to remove any other materials (in this case a camper trailer) or debris, clean up garbage and dispose of it, all at the owner’s expense.

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