City Temporarily Closing Public Bathrooms

July 2, 2018 | 1 Comment

Citing the continual theft, vandalism and illegal activity, the City of Hamilton said they are closing the public bathrooms on Union Street and by the Bus Terminal so “that they can be repaired and they will only re-open once CCTV cameras have been installed outside the entrances. ”

The Corporation said, “The City of Hamilton advises that the public bathrooms on Union Street, across from the BIU Building, as well as those by the Bus Terminal on Victoria Street have been closed until further notice.”

City Engineer, Patrick Cooper, explained, “We have had to take this action due to the continual theft, vandalism and general unnecessary mess that occurs on a daily basis. The bathrooms are often used for illegal activity with the police having attended several incidents.

“We are closing the bathrooms so that they can be repaired and they will only re-open once CCTV cameras have been installed outside the entrances. We want to be able to provide clean, safe facilities for the general public.”

“The City apologizes for any inconvenience during this closure and will announce when the bathrooms are to re-open.”

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  1. Stevie says:

    Maybe close parliament too. Too many problem activities happening there as well. The PLP bathroom syndrome. A lot of gas…just constipation.

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