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Silversea condo rapped for allowing its residents to bring many NTUC trollies into premise




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Facebook user Tan Kim Leng shared the picture of many supermarket trollies blocking a disabled parking lot in Silversea condominium. She captioned her picture:

“Inconsiderate Silversea residence kept the trolleys at their Private condo basement carpark. Not just one but many and obstructed disable lot. Who is going push it back? Can afford buy/rent expensive condo but cannot afford to buy a marketing trolley. The Managment didn’t take any action since the trolley been there for months.”

Blogger mrbrown sharing the user’s post said: “Why did the #Silversea condo management and security even allow residents to push the trolleys in?

According to the source, these trolleys have been at 52 Marine Parade Road for months.”Follow us on Social Media

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