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Today in City Hall

Good morning,

At 1 p.m. today, Mayor Byron W. Brown will be at Kleinhans Music Hall to announce a $668,000 construction project, which will include upgrades to the HVAC, plumbing and fire suppression systems. The city is using bond funds to pay for the project.

At 2 p.m., a busy Zoning Board of Appeals meeting will be held in Room 901. On the agenda, posted below, are: Plans for a Panera Bread on Elmwood, plans to convert a church on Kenmore Avenue into apartments, an addition on Nektar on Elmwood, which will soon be the new home of Ambrosia, and an addition at Elmwood's Karma Salon.

And from today's paper, look for "little libraries" to dot Parkside in the coming months.

 

Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda 11.28.12
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