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Opinion - March 2, 2012

What will happen to N. Bayshore?

With the stroke of a pen, the City Council can create the opportunity to build a new downtown just north of Hwy. 101 to serve the tech companies located there, including Google. It is an exciting concept that brought out representatives from nearly 100 companies at a recent workshop.

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Posted by Chris Conroy
a resident of Shoreline West
on Mar 5, 2012 at 8:47 am

Thank you Karen DeMoor for standing up for small business owners like myself in the Bayshore area. While the prospect of greater development is exciting, it's important that small businesses like a Center of Balance Pilates and Yoga studio, or a Photography studio like mine be able to continue to enrich the community.


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