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Old Posted Apr 21, 2019, 1:14 AM
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Speaking of, Reyes Bar is open again.

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Nice to hear the good news. On a sad note our government leaders are too busy with getting rid of Chick-fil-A! Sorry I just had to get that out there.
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Nice to hear the good news. On a sad note our government leaders are too busy with getting rid of Chick-fil-A! Sorry I just had to get that out there.
Yeah, that whole debacle is ridiculous.
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They allow Chick-fil-A to operate in the rest of San Antonio. There's two within a mile of the airport. Such a stupid move by the city council.
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They allow Chick-fil-A to operate in the rest of San Antonio. There's two within a mile of the airport. Such a stupid move by the city council.
Not a stupid move.

I agree with the city council
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Not a stupid move.

I agree with the city council
Same.
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Nice to hear the good news. On a sad note our government leaders are too busy with getting rid of Chick-fil-A! Sorry I just had to get that out there.
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Yeah, that whole debacle is ridiculous.
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They allow Chick-fil-A to operate in the rest of San Antonio. There's two within a mile of the airport. Such a stupid move by the city council.
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Not a stupid move.

I agree with the city council
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Hi everyone,

Some of the heights listed in San Antonio are clearly incorrect.
http://skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?cityID=98

Some examples include the old Frost building, the old Marriott, the Marriott Rivercenter and possibly the Nix Professional Building. Does anyone know what city department would have records of building permits on file? Or where would be the proper place to inquire?

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The chic_fil_a dilemma is a small town struggle. Please read economic books
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The chic_fil_a dilemma is a small town struggle. Please read economic books
The city is not the ones making it a struggle.
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The chic_fil_a dilemma is a small town struggle. Please read economic books
Not at all sure why you spelled Chick fil a in that manner, but as already stated, the dilemma is not being fueled by the city, it’s being fueled by the state.
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I'd suggest reading some philosophy instead.
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Not at all sure why you spelled Chick fil a in that manner, but as already stated, the dilemma is not being fueled by the city, it’s being fueled by the state.
Who acted first?

The city started it, the state responded, and now everyone is mad.
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