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This drawing is years old from the Planning Department. We'll find out what will actually be proposed next year. It could be much different than this. This is just an idea that the Planning Department had, and it's a starting point for conversations.

The businesses all have leases; none of them own their buildings. They'll have to accept whatever their contract permits and what the property owners wants. Perhaps they'll be compensated for disruptions in business. Overall, a more modern, walkable development would be good for businesses and everyone.

by Patrick Thornton on Nov 27, 2012 6:31 pm • linkreport

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