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This should get interesting.
There are now competing petitions, for and against the chain, and the Planning Commission hearing is still a couple months off.
Please give us your opinion, dear readers.
The neighbors objected for no good reason.
A new owner is hoping against hope.
Some NIMBYs across the street are challenging their conditional use permit.
The proposed freeze on new restaurants will only hurt progress, he argues.
He's worried about fatter, lazier, more aggressive birds, for one.
Kokkari, apparently, isn't.
Nearby wine stores are freaking out.
Subway wanted to move into a former Baskin-Robbins; the city said, 'Absolutely not.'
Tens of thousands of dollars later, the City finally relented and let the poor owner sell some damn ice cream.
They can remain open 24 hours. Huzzah.
"The biggest mistake I made, is that I didn't realize there would be so much opposition to me turning a derelict liquor store into a beautiful restaurant."
They're still trying to get their late-night permit re-approved.
There was a recent hit-and-run accident nearby which residents say is a byproduct of the drunk gathering spot.
Monterey Market has been carrying stuff like booze and cheese in order to compete with Whole Foods, but a coalition of local merchants and neighbors says they're being unfairly competitive with other small businesses.