Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Contractors to pay for $9,000 in damages to 18 trees
Last Updated: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 | 2:04 PM AT
People who live along a residential street in Fredericton are mourning the loss of the trees that have shaded their community for almost half a century.
"I am sick. I really am," said Glenda Turner, a longtime resident of Squires Street. "These trees were here when we moved here in 1978 and they have made the character of the street."
Eighteen Linden trees are being torn down along the street after their roots were damaged last week.
The Cabin Restaurant caught on fire a few weeks ago but the owner David Halfyard is dedicated to re-open the restaurant for his costumers but there will be some changes.
NO MORE COCA-COLA!!!!
Why? Well? I guess the Coca-Cola machine was the cause of the fire.
The representative of this Giant Soda Company showed up the next day and told the owner to put the claim on his insurance Bill.
This restaurant have bought Coca-Cola products for the last 60 years and this is the thanks THEY GIVE????
David is not amuse and he promise that no Coca-Cola products will be sold once the restaurant opens for business in a few weeks.
These Coca-Cola signs will be replace by Pepsi products!!!!
P.S. If this blog is read by some Coca-Cola representatives in the States?
The restaurant is located in Fredericton New Brunswick Canada! < East of Maine! >