The mayor won't get on board with plans to turn a public right-of-way to private use with so much opposition form the neighborhood.
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Since the bar got its way with taking over the underused street, it will most likely get its balconies too.
You know what they say, right? If at first you don't succeed, try and try again.
Due to lack of community support the proposed plan was never brought before City Council for vote.
While one stretch of city owned property might go to a private business, another is being pulled out form under a park and garden's caretakers.