Johnny Au

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The solution here is simple, raise Jesse Ketchum Park and School by 30 meters...
We can finally have a real-life Wayside School!

SidewaysStoriesFromWaysideSchool.jpg

Source: http://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=2202181050

Even a Wayside Park too!
 

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And it looks like the answer is no. No pour :(

Being slow is one thing but they're seemingly constantly behind on their own dates too
The value of the unsold condo units continues to climb so I doubt the developer is bothered by delays.
 

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And it looks like the answer is no. No pour :(

Being slow is one thing but they're seemingly constantly behind on their own dates too

The pour will probably be a 15-20 hr job and considering the forecast for continuous and at times heavy rain starting this afternoon, I wouldn’t be surprised if that has contributed to delay/rescheduling.
 

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The pour will probably be a 15-20 hr job and considering the forecast for continuous and at times heavy rain starting this afternoon, I wouldn’t be surprised if that has contributed to delay/rescheduling.
They didn't pour because they're not ready. They still need to set up the forms for the two easterly elevator shafts and in a few other places.
 

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Considering the pace of construction with this One, I don't think the height increase is going to be an issue until sometime in 2050s.
Yeah, I get that it feels like watching moss growing on tombstones at this point. But I am pretty sure they're not going to be doing that tedious rebar sculpting all the way up on every floor. Least I hope not.
 
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