London city hall briefs: Flyers, dilapidated house and tossed-out toilets

A potential bylaw aimed at stopping unwanted flyers wasn’t enough for city politicians, who voted to delay a decision to a future meeting. The community and protective services committee wanted a more targeted approach to tackle graphic anti-abortion flyers distributed door to door. City staff suggested a bylaw that would require organizations delivering flyers not to drop them off where “no flyers” signs are visible, but noted it would be voluntary, with no penalties for violating the rules. Read More

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