The residents at 20 and 25 Queen Street are not happy with their current living situation. At the January Borough Council meeting, Claire Bonneville, who lives at 25 Queen shared a range of concerns about the distance of the social housing blocks from services in town and the safety of the mainly elderly clientele that are living there as a result. “The sidewalk isn’t clear so it is very icy, and very dangerous,” Bonneville said, explaining that those living in the two buildings would like to see better waste disposal boxes, a crosswalk between the two buildings on Queen Street, and a way to more easily get back and forth from the grocery store. Each of these requests, she said, has been met with rejection either from the city or from the municipal housing office which manages Sherbrooke’s social housing, the OMH. “Everything is like a dead end for us,” she said. See full story in the Monday, Feb. 5th edition of The Record.