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It's hard to believe that our City could let businesses operate like this. There are few reasons why the City Council allows such a strangle hold on our community.Until we, as homeowners, organize ourselves into one voice we can only expect more of the same. In fact, we can expect the entire residential nature of our community to become a service area for the needs of business and investors. Don't you see it happening now?I think it's time for residents to bring our city government to court and force them to abide by the contract we all have with them - our city codes!
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