adidas originals trainers white Business owner angered

womens adidas shoes Business owner angered

A fence that blocked a shortcut from the Ashland Bike Path to the parking lot for Shop N Kart and Bi Mart has been removed. Last week, John Schweiger, owner of Coming Attractions Theatres, started building a fence around his office at 2200 Ashland Street, also the former location of the Ashland Community Food Bank. Schweiger erected the fence as part of the remodel of the building, but also to protect his employees.

A fence that blocked a shortcut from the Ashland Bike Path to the parking lot for Shop N Kart and Bi Mart has been removed. Last week, John Schweiger, owner of Coming Attractions Theatres, started building a fence around his office at 2200 Ashland Street, also the former location of the Ashland Community Food Bank. Schweiger erected the fence as part of the remodel of the building, but also to protect his employees.

“A large congregation of transients live under the bridge on the bike path,” said Schweiger, “they have a habit of walking right through our property and looking in the windows at my female employees.”

Sometime between the evening of Friday and Tuesday morning 13 fence posts were removed and two were stolen, according to Ashland police.

“We do not have a suspect at this time, and we do not know why only two fence posts were taken,” said Ashland Deputy Police Chief Corey Falls.

Each fence post was put into the ground about two to three feet deep, but the cement hadn’t set yet, making it possible for them to be removed.

Schweiger met with Ashland police Tuesday morning and said they told him that they will be stepping up patrols in the area. Schweiger feels more should be done.

“I wish our city council and mayor would give the police more leeway to deal with the homeless situation,” he said. “They should not be on my property. They are professional bums.”

When Schweiger began installing the fence posts Wednesday of last week, he said several people walking by made derogatory comments to him about it.

“One guy was too clean to be a transient, but he started yelling at me and making threatening remarks about coming back with wire cutters,” Schweiger said.

Walking across the railroad tracks and through Scweiger’s property is the quickest route to the businesses on Ashland Street from the bike path, but there are three alternate routes. Pedestrians can walk on the outside of Schweiger’s fence, on the sidewalk over the overpass, or down the bike path to Tolman Creek Road.

Now Schweiger is reinstalling his fence posts and activating security cameras to watch for any other incidents on his property. Schweiger said he feels he has a duty to protect his employees from the crime he’s observed around the bike path in the past few months, such as the Grubbs murder and the recent sexual assaults that have occurred nearby.

Police are requesting anyone with information to please call 541 482 5211. To leave an anonymous tip, call 541 552 2333.
adidas originals trainers white Business owner angered