church & city | Editor
This property, which appears to have been a service station, was built around the late 30’s, early 40’s.
A single bulb illuminates the old shed located within the gates as if it was on a timer. Nowadays, it is evidence shows the service station is not in operation. However, it seems as though someone frequents this property often. I have seen the gates opened and closed with tinkering, banging and clanging of tools. My thoughts are If there is someone there why hasn’t this person addressed or tended to his/hers/they felines?
During the day, you can get a good wiff of old and fresh cat pooh if riding, walking or skating heading in or out of downtown Pomona. Nothing like a good old smell of cat feces to start your morning right before you take that sip of your favorite coffee and a bite of your favorite bread. The odor can be detected even across the street while standing in the parking lot of the previous ambulance service.
The horrific smell is unbearable! Where is code enforcement and animal control? Aren’t we better than this? My solution here