Posted 15 October 2010
Maureen Codd (foreground left) and brother Paul Codd (right), listen in at the Toronto-Danforth all-candidates debate on Oct. 14.
All Maureen Codd wanted to do was move into an apartment building with a clean slate.
“Don’t do anything,” was her motto and she hoped no issues would get in the way.
All of that changed the morning of July 20, 2008, when a hydro vault explosion sent flames through her 2 Secord Place apartment. Dozens of families living in the 21-storey high rise were forced out of their homes for more than a month. That’s when Codd, 50, realized her attitude had to change. Continue reading