Unexplainable photo of driver

City of Guelph waste collection, showing green and blue bags in same waste stream.

City of Guelph waste collection, showing green and blue bags in same waste stream.

You may recall my previous posts describing the quick destruction Zippy The Squirrel Warrior wreaked on our new roll-out green bin.

The photo to the left has been the subject of some recent controversy and banter and the background to a well-considered editorial in the Guelph Mercury.

Further to the story, an unexplainable enhancement of the driver-side window has been

Unexplainable enhancement of photo lifted from 59 Carden St. blog clearly showing Zippy driving City Truck

Unexplainable enhancement of photo lifted from 59 Carden St. blog clearly showing Zippy driving City truck.

produced, showing a driver not believed to be City of Guelph staff. Some have suggested that the driver is a squirrel.

Zippy was unavailable for comment.

Dean Wyman, Guelph’s general manager of solid waste, was unable to confirm for the Guelph Mercury if the waste streams were in fact separated by the City, leading some to speculate that the issue is the driver can’t remember where it parked the truck. Or more likely, just won’t say where. Perhaps the as-of-yet undefined “error in judgement” by staff was in allowing the squirrel into the cab.

But with a face like that, who could say no?

Public Enemy Number One.

Public Enemy Number One.

About Craig Chamberlain

Ward 3 Guelph resident, dad and step-dad.
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