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has plans for property across from Tropics
light of Mike Fak's recent story and mention about the eyesore at
the corner of Lincoln Parkway and Woodlawn Road, I would like to
share some of what I have learned when I asked current Mayor Joan
Ritter about the same building.
reply to me is that a business developer is currently working with
the estate of the former owners, and associated attorneys, and his
plans are to bring a large store to that location.
you can imagine, working through the legalities does take some
time, but it was my understanding that he has already invested
thousands of dollars into this property through EPA site testing,
hope this helps to shed some light on this subject.
Fun Fun and Good Vibrations for everyone,
representation ‘is not as complicated as it is made out to be’
are absolutely right, Mike. If districts are not necessary
for the county board members, why not elect state and national
representatives on an at-large basis. Then when you have a
problem that needs a solution you can contact all of them, and
then you will probably hear from none of them. This is not
as complicated as it is made out to be. There is a solution,
but there will never be one unless someone is willing to spend
some time on the matter.
wholeheartedly agrees about the property across from the Tropics
wholeheartedly agree about the property across from the Tropics.
It's an eyesore that should have been renovated or torn down years
ago. It's long past time to do something about it!
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