It may be too late to prevent a home for people with brain injuries from opening on the East Mountain. Judging from the reactions of some vocal residents, Sherwood Heights already has plenty of brain-injured people.
According to a story in yesterday's Hamilton Spectator, Donlea Drive resident Miriam Olivieri complained, "My concern is that we were not told about this. It will create chaos on the street. This neighbourhood will no longer be exclusive. It will just be a neighbourhood."
Thank goodness Olivieri and her like-minded neighbours are standing up for their right to exclude mental defectives and other inferiors from ruining what sounds like a perfectly charming corner of the city.
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