The manicure lobby in Ottawa is lobbying Ottawa to end the lanes on the city’s busiest thoroughfare, the Lansdowne Road.
The lane has been a fixture on Lansdownee since at least the 1990s.
But this year, the lobby says it’s seeing an increase in complaints from residents and businesses.
According to the lobby, there have been six reported incidents of vandalism over the past month.
A spokesperson for the Ottawa Public Health department said that there has been no vandalism reported at the Lansdowns or at any other of the citys major thoroughfares.
The Lansdowns is a major street in the city that is home to about 1,600 people.
There is a lot of traffic going in and out of the building, and it’s a busy road that we’ve got to be able to manage,” said Michael Dziewaszewski, the director of the Ottawa-based lobby group The Lansdownes Alliance.
The lanes are part of a larger strategy to build out the Lans downe corridor.
The city said it has not yet received any complaints from businesses about vandalism or the lanes, but said it is aware of a few incidents. “
It’s been frustrating, but they’re trying to manage it, they’re working on it and we’ve been trying to get a handle on it,” he said.
The city said it has not yet received any complaints from businesses about vandalism or the lanes, but said it is aware of a few incidents.
There has been one incident of vandalism reported in the past week, Dzewaszewski said.
“That’s the last thing we need at this point in time,” he added.
“But we want to be prepared and get it back up and running as quickly as possible.”
Dziewicz said he is hopeful the city will take action.
“They should do what’s best for them.
We’re hopeful that they’ll take it as seriously as they can and work to fix it.”
The Lans downes is a popular destination for Ottawa visitors, and the lanes have helped draw more people to the area.
According the Ottawa Citizen, about 30 per cent of the residents of Lansdownea were foreign-born residents, and most were between the ages of 19 and 34.
Dzaiewaszyewski said the lanes are also seen as a symbol of Ottawa’s multiculturalism.
“We need more people who are diverse in our city and the Lans Downes is the epitome of that diversity,” he explained.
“So if it’s going to continue, then it’s good to have the lane in the first place.”
The city’s chief operating officer, Mike DePratto, said that the city has heard from residents who are concerned about the safety of the lanes.
“Obviously, we’ve heard some concerns, and we’re working to resolve those concerns,” he told reporters.
“And we want people to be aware of the safety aspects of this.”