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By AmbrÖse Bierce. Gordon Ferguson, manager of bylaw enforcement for the City of Abbotsford, joins general manager of finance Pat Soanes, and general manager of economic development Jay Teichroeb, all of whom have left rather abruptly in...
- Posted July 21, 2013
According to CBC News The Pivot Legal Society is considering suing the City of Abbotsford on behalf of the homeless that were deliberately poisoned with chicken feces in the now world famous Abbotsford Chicken Manure Homeless Incident...
- Posted July 6, 2013
The Abbotsford Times is reporting that Jay Teichroeb, General manager of economic development and planning, is on indefinite leave and will not be returning. The Times says the development community has been told Teichroeb will not be...
- Posted June 25, 2013
UPDATED 12/06/13 – The Abbotsford Chicken Manure Homeless Incident went from just getting international coverage last week to being listed in Harper’s Magazine’s Weekly Review of world events. Harper’s Magazine (Weekly Review) Sun Media 06/06/13 From Walter...
- Posted June 11, 2013
Abbotsford’s City Manager George Murray has apologized for actions by City staff which lead to chicken manure being spread across land inside City limits being used by homeless people as a camp. The story, originally reported on...
- Posted June 5, 2013
The Abbotsford Police Departmet’s (APD) refusal to hand over documents to the BC Supreme Court because, according to the APD, the cost of surrending those documents could run anywhere from $24,000 to $29,000 will be reviewed by...
- Posted March 25, 2015
The BC Supreme Court has ruled that, despite the fact the City of Abbotsford has been “less than zealous” in moving the case forward since getting the protesters kicked out of Jubilee Park a year ago, and,...
- Posted December 17, 2014
The much anticipated BC Supreme Court decision over the motion by Pivot Legal Society asking the court to set aside the injunction which allowed for the evacuatuion of homeless men and women from Jubilee Park last December...
- Posted December 16, 2014
By Mike Archer. A seemingly confused Deputy City Manager, Jake Rudolph*, appeared to have trouble explaining to the judge, through City lawyers, how he somehow lost the shelter records for December 2013 and after some disagreements over...
- Posted December 5, 2014
Case To Be Argued December 5 By Mike Archer. The City of Abbotsford may be forced to allow the homeless men and women, who were forced out of Jubilee Park on the basis of a City-sought injunction...
- Posted November 25, 2014