Thursday, August 8, 2019 – On the evening of August 6, 2019, I’d sent an email to Joseph Kazubek asking about his representation of John Cerino/Richard Pollington in the various ongoing matters (Doc 300). He hadn’t answered, and there was another hearing for Pollington’s private complaint on August 12, 2019. So I gave him a […]
These guys don’t even follow their own rules…
Just a little bullying douchebaggery from City Council…nothing to see here, folks. Move along now.
I read with some interest Councilor Terry Whitehead’s opinion piece in the Hamilton Spectator on August 10, 2020 and the reply by two front line social workers. I’ll post a copy of the text here, with commentary added in red: Communities should have their say on camps Hamilton provides comprehensive programming for housing and social […]
This is a quick summary/placeholder post done on my phone. There was yet another LTB hearing, this time a telephone merits hearing for John’s L2 eviction application. After a somewhat hapless Joe was brought up to speed (more on that later) over the weekend, Joe waited until the last minute to ask for the application […]
“Our job is crime prevention,” Deputy Chief Bergen told reporters. “And if people are feeling comfortable enough to affix graffiti or paint or anything like that onto statues or onto our roadways, that is a criminal code offence or mischief.”
Protesters paint “Defund the Police” in front of City Hall, Hamilton.
The bedroom ceiling is repaired, slowly.
The tally is at 18 hours 5 minutes of hearing time at the LTB, in 13 hearings, two by telephone, eleven in person (counting the Case Management Hearing and mediation session of May 19, 2017 as hearings). It has also used up 9 hours and 50 minutes of a mediator’s time.
There have been at least ten complaints to police (at least 6 from our landlord and his crew) resulting in 9 responses, and charges being laid in one case.
Municipal Law Enforcement had also expended approximately 5 man-days (including two man days expended sitting in an LTB waiting room, waiting to be called as witnesses)
This was getting expensive for the taxpayer.
This brings the total tally to at least ten complaints to police (at least 6 from our landlord and his crew) resulting in 9 responses, and charges being laid in one case.