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HRM Storm

HRM Storm

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Heres another of my attempts to make a living destroyed by government agents...read corrupt canadian elections to learn why I have been targeted
Heres another of my attempts to make a living destroyed by government agents...read corrupt canadian elections to learn why I have been targeted

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Published by: Daniel J Towsey A Truth Soldier on Feb 13, 2009
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Page 1tttt, t. February 2009Wednesday, October 11, 2001
The HRM Storm
Public DocumentHalifax Regional MunicipalityDear Citizens:This is concerning the demise of a small business in your neighbourhood,named Silverspoon Trading, Formerly located at the back of 336 Prince Albert Rd. On Braemar Drive.In February of year 2000, in this former city of Dartmouth. I found a beautifulspot to open a small legally registered personalized “Silverspoon Trading” store. A buy, sell, andexporting business.In this location I realized a beautiful feeling of being at home in a close-knitneighbourhood full of friends and good people. It had a street that was quiet, quaint, filled withhistory, and many beautiful trees. I found the perfect place to invest my future in.So my partner and I decided to commence the building of our small business.And so I started on my dream to own a small business. I hoped this would be a rags to richesstory. I paid the rent and commenced on the clean up, renovating, and stocking of my store. Ispent the next two months working in a frozen building with no heat, no electrical system, frozenpipes with no water, no insulation, no interior walls. Let me put it this way. The place was a dump.As my landlord Mr.Nabil Toulany had just bought this only a few days before I occupied it, from anHRM tax sell. He had had no time afforded to him to do any repairs.Now two months later as I approached the completion of the interior of mystore. The weather began to warm up. I thought I could start on the exterior of my building’simprovements with the warmth from the bright beautiful sun. BUT, then a big bad black stormcloud moved over my beautiful quaint little street. Named HRM (Halifax regional municipality). Iwas never warned or advised by anyone at HRM of this big black imposing storm cloud coming.Which then blew down the beautiful KEDDY”S INN, with the swoop of a bureaucrats pen. Theclouds of demolition plaster dust came into my store and covered my clean freshly painted andstocked store with plaster dust. This rendered my stock unsellable. The storm continued tothunder as the huge destruction machines crashed and thundered for the next month and a half.The noise was unbearable. The dust was unbelievable. It blanketed the whole neighbourhood ina white film.As. I observed all of this. Immediately in front of my business. (15 feet) It appearedthere must have been a tornado in the storm. With no rain in sight to wash everything clean.I then asked everyone! What is happening? What is going to happen? A goodneighbour told me that a new neighbour is moving in on the street. Well I always believed that inany neighbourhood. When a neighbour wants to do any renovations, construction, erect a fence,or anything else that well affect the neighbourhood, that it is city council’s JOB. To advise,mediate, protect, inform, or even PERMIT anything. Also to communicate with all the possibly
Silverspoon Trading21A Lucien Drive Phone/Fax (902) 463-7991Dartmouth, Nova ScotiaCanada B2W 2H7 danieltowsey@hotmail.com
Page 2tttt, t. February 2009affected parties, neighbours, property owners, and even SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS that willbe affected. I WAS NEVER CONSULTED OR ADVISED of anything at any time from anyonefrom HRM.Even after I repeated asked for information.HRM choose to ignore the fact that mybusiness was here. That makes HRM liable for all damages to my business.AH! BUT the storm created by HRM was not over. The storm continued to blow fromthe bureaucrats. The wind was so strong that it was now turning my clean clothes to rags. As theweather dried up the mud, the dust storms grew even bigger. Everything was covered in a browndust now. Ever imagined being in a desert sandstorm? That is what it was like everyday. Theinside of my vehicles were no protection from the storm. They were also (like my customersvehicles) filled with dust. All my customers ran away for shelter from the storm. Never to return.Will the HRM storm grew even stronger. The winds were so strong that, the road andmy parking lot were completely blown away. Which had been there for over a hundred years for everyone to use. I was now blown hard against the wall of my store.Then all of a sudden without any warning from HRM. The neighbours were givenpermission to erect a fence right across the public street in front of my store. I now realized thatmy rags to riches story was now being reversed by the HRM storm. But I did not give up hope of surviving this storm. I continued trying to succeed. As I was given no other choice. Again I wasnever informed of anything by HRM. I was completely fenced in from the world.The storm now grew much, much stronger. As the huge thundering earth movers movedin for the next three months to remove and replace acres of contaminated soil. From an oldchemical dump site that had been buried under KEDDYS building site.I was now very weakened by the HRM storm. So I tried to stand against the storm, andhoped that someone could come to my aid. I covered the fence with rags, to symbolize thebeginning of the end of my Rags to Riches dreams. Now I was having nightmares of riches torags .Oh! The storm was so strong that it (You may of seen this on Global News or on the frontpages of The Daily News) even blew all my rags away.I was now physically, emotionally, and financial drained from my fight with the storm .Idid not have the strength to stay in the storm. I tried very hard to keep my head up in the winds of the storm. Everyday my eyes and ears were hurting, from being exposed to the never endingravaging dust storms with the thundering noise. I was the only one left in the dust, all mycustomers had long run away. Even the neighbours ran for the hills.Like in any horrible storm. The rebuilding had to start. Again; by permit of the almightyabove!!! HRM. They act like they are gods!But the road or parking lot was not replaced. Instead I found that HRM told theneighbours that if they wanted to build, that HRM required that they had to assume the roadwayand my parking lot. The Superstore’s Vice-President Jim Stevenson advised me that they did notat anytime have any plans of taking over the street, nor did they want it. But that the HRM made itmandatory if the Superstore was to get the building permits from the HRM. HRM refused toupgrade the street to provide the services that the Superstore needed. So because of this I had topay a huge cost for the HRM storm. As my financial losses were the HRM’s gain.In any devastating storm that I have ever heard of .The costs of reconstruction arealways shared by all. Not just one lonely little business. This whole construction project waspermitted by HRM. I do not believe that there are any laws that have ever been written, Whichallows for any democratically elected parties to have the right to do harm to anyone. It appearsthat there is a letter missing in the HRM (HaRM). So I say that it is only fair that HRM refunds mylosses. You did not have the right to take my livelihood away.

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