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The Hush Collection - Fergus Avenue (former Emmanuel Bible College property)
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https://www.thehushcollection.ca/
   
I previously posted a picture in General Suburban Updates and Rumours.
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I would have preferred something more contemporary looking, like the Pano Towns. But it's good to see more redevelopment in this area.
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Acitta Wrote:https://www.thehushcollection.ca/

I previously posted a picture in General Suburban Updates and Rumours.

Why are two sheets of plywood painted blue? 

Just being curious,
Coke
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(03-17-2020, 02:32 PM)Coke6pk Wrote:
Acitta Wrote:https://www.thehushcollection.ca/

I previously posted a picture in General Suburban Updates and Rumours.

Why are two sheets of plywood painted blue? 

Just being curious,
Coke
I don't know. Wood treated for fire resistance or resistance to rotting is often blue but the usage here seems rather arbitrary.
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Chances are they are the top sheets of a stack, mills off paint the exposed side of a lift to protect it during transport and storage.
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