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Notes From the Rafters: Pandora’s Big Yellow Box

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Get your most outraged social media warrior face on: you have TWO WEEKS to ALL CAPS your way into Council inboxes to explain why you are pro or con the BYB.

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Notes from the Rafters: 13 April 2020

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They have added video. Each councillor now comes to the meeting framed by a hastily curated slice of their natural environment.

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Don’t blame City Council

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City Councillors are dedicated, hard-working people, and we shouldn’t blame them for being stunned

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St. John’s: City of Hotels

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I’m all for development. And that means an end to these foolish downtown hotels.

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Who will lead St. John’s?

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St. John’s City Council candidates respond to the Indy’s 2013 Municipal Election Questionnaire

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Developer looking for two more stories

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St. John’s City Council says that a proposal by Deacon Investments Limited to add two more stories to a proposed building complex at Hamilton Avenue and Job Street will be allowed to move forward, but it hasn’t been fully approved yet. Council has agreed that the current Land Use Assessment Report already in place would cover the additional two stories, but the project will still be subject to a review and public hearing before being fully approved. If approved, the company says they would use the added two floors of space for condominiums. A rendering of the proposed building can be found below, courtesy of NTV News. Source: VOCM

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