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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.”

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