When in doubt side with the law (55)

(55th in a series of posts on 2 W. Market St.)

Mr. Rij exhausted judicial avenues and now seeks to alter the zoning code to accommodate his demands to be permitted to ooerate his business where it is not permitted. Mr. Rij has found that he could not win playing by the rules so now seeks to change the rules in his favor. Darlene Heller pointed out in her memo to the city planning that this amendment clearly benefits Mr. Rij but with unknown consequences for the city. Is this the way a city should operate? When in doubt side with the law. I commend MC for his wise decision.

Barbara Diamond

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