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Fairview Park Mall - Grand Market District
#76
(11-07-2018, 05:00 PM)KevinL Wrote: The heritage committee is not in agreement with the planning department. https://www.therecord.com/news-story/902...ttee-says/

Oh man, if only they didn't tare down the old city hall, none of these clowns would be doing this.

It's a private business. It's not surrounded by historical residences, and it's a relatively *new* building.

Fairview Park Mall needs to be improved, especially since Sears is gone, time to let go of the past.
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#77
This committee seems to be out of control.

Is there higher body "OMB for heritage" that these decisions can be appealed to?
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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#78
(11-07-2018, 10:37 PM)Pheidippides Wrote: This committee seems to be out of control.

Is there higher body "OMB for heritage" that these decisions can be appealed to?

The Heritage Committee only makes recommendations.  It's City Council that takes decisions.  Or am I mistaken?
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(11-07-2018, 10:50 PM)panamaniac Wrote:
(11-07-2018, 10:37 PM)Pheidippides Wrote: This committee seems to be out of control.

Is there higher body "OMB for heritage" that these decisions can be appealed to?

The Heritage Committee only makes recommendations.  It's City Council that takes decisions.  Or am I mistaken?

You are exactly correct.
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