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- Building this garage as a solitary entity without including retail and/or residential development as an important part of it is just plain stupid. The location of that property parcel does not lend itself to just a stand alone garage because there are not enough businesses in close proximity to make it viable. It will not be used by enough people and will be a drain on the public coffers just like all the other government inspired projects that have no relationship with private businesses. The fact that no viable project has come forward from private enterprise means that that particular property is difficult to develop profitably. But, the City knows better. Better to build anything than wait for a grander plan which could eventually come around once the economy turns for the better in a sustainable way. Another example of stupidity in government delving into areas in which it's incompetency excels.
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