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Old Posted Aug 8, 2019, 2:15 PM
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Originally Posted by pspeid View Post
Excellent points. Unless I missed some earlier announcements, the position of the four main stakeholders on opening P & M really was't publicly shared until the recent non-binding plebiscite. With the "no" vote I'm sure many people felt the status quo would just be maintained indefinitely at P & M. With BMO moving out of their signature building, and the uncertainty of what a different (private) tenant would be willing to accept for access to their building, I am hoping we could see some real movement on opening the corner.
AMEN. The stakeholders should make their case publicly that the corner is less economically viable without pedestrian access. Harvard has already done some of this but it would be great if the others would get out there too.
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