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Waterfront Construction

Look. First of all, this construction has to be done at some point. The sooner it gets done, the less it's going to cost assuming the problems with the bulkhead get worse (which they will.) It's unfortunate that the businesses in the Brooks building lost an access point - especially the ramp. Quite honestly, I don't even see how it's legal to close that entrance. (Americans with Disabilities Act?) The city has never been and will never be forthcoming with information to the public about anything that they are doing. The city should place an abundance of signage pointing to the entrance of the building and reopen the other entrance as soon as possible. The solution isn't ideal, it would be better if the Brooks Building wasn't effected at all, but this is not the case. Good luck to the small businesses that are in that area! In this time of economic downturn, they can use all the help they can get.

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