Thanks the the practice of counclimanic prerogative — the unwritten rule for land use decisions in which all of Council defaults to the wish of the member who represents the area — the bills Blackwell chose to advance are all but guaranteed passage.
Durst says it wants to limit activity on the north side of the 1.6 acre property known as the Vine Street Lot to avoid disturbing archaeological remains that are most prevalent beneath that section of the parcel.
Dreaming doesn’t take any research at all, and you don’t need to wait until the New Year or any specific time to resolve to dream or set new goals. Dreams really do come true, even big ones. The only key is that you have a dream in the first place.