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ANGRY Carnegie homeowners have accused sky rail workers of urinating on their properties as preliminary works get underway to elevate the Pakenham/Cranbourne rail line.
Michelle Clarke, who has lived on Cosy Gum Rd in Carnegie for the past 10 years, has made a number of complaints to the Level Crossing Removal Authority, Metro and the police after she spotted workers urinating and dumping materials on her property.
Ms Clarke said despite her complaints, the issues were still happening.
Locals aren’t happy with the prospect of sky rail. Picture: Paul Loughnan“It’s quite scary, you just don’t know how many strangers are coming on to your property and for what reasons,” Ms Clarke said.
“Your home is your castle. They obviously have no consideration for private property.
This article first appeared on www.heraldsun.com.au
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