Brock councillors are calling on the Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation to respond to ongoing complaints about Allan’s Place residents being intimidated by their neighbours’ actions.
During a discussion about a petition received from residents at Allan’s Place at the April 26 meeting, Brock councillors requested that representatives from the regional housing corporation finally respond in writing to their concerns about safety.
Allan’s Place is a recently-opened 50-unit residence building in Cannington for seniors and people with disabilities. It’s located at 100 McKay St.
“The seniors at Allan’s Place continue to be terrorized — that is their word; again, their word, not mine — and it’s happening by a handful of residents who moved there, that are not seniors, but no doubt suffer from substance abuse, mental health issues and possibly just a blatant…