Removing the "House of Horrors" from McMillan Dr. In Oshawa

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On August 28, 2017 Rori Chantal Hache went missing in the city of Oshawa, Ontario. The city and much of the country banded together trying to bring her home safely. In fact, she became known as "Oshawa' s Girl". Having recently turned 18, she was barely an adult and so bringing her home safely was our one true desire and drive. On September 11, 2017, a torso was discovered in our city's harbor which was subsequently identified as belonging to Rori. The date of death was established as November 9, 2017. Given the time between going missing and some of her remains being identified, it is reasonable to assume she was being held somewhere. On December 29, 2017, more of Rori's remains were found in a basement at 19 Macmillan Drive, Oshawa. This home is located in central Oshawa between King Street and Bond Street. Now being known as a "House of Horrors" (her killer committed deplorable and heinous acts on her), clearly this property does and will continue to carry STIGMA associated with the events that occurred there. When people pass by It, it will act as a visual reminder of the horrific acts that occurred there. This, in turn, may elicit psychological, emotional and or physical responses from those who have been impacted either directly or indirectly by Rori's death. It is for these reasons that I am appealing to John Henry, mayor of Oshawa to consider invoking the Civil Remedies Act, 2001, S.o 2001, c.28 in relation to this property. The potential for further crime to or upon this residence as a result of its most recent history is REAL. Additionally, if left standing, it will act as a bastion of anguish and damage for the family and friends of Rori as well as for our community in general. I am pleading for relief for ALL parties who have been impacted--The homeowner, future potential renters of the property, family and friends of Rori, and our community. I am making a plea that this relief come in the form of an order to demolish the house at 19 Macmillan Drive so that it can no longer be a visual reminder of the depravity which occurred there and in our community. We want to heal, we are ready to begin healing...our community deserves this chance to heal. Thank you for your compassion and your consideration.