“I don’t support them [the developers],” said City Councilmember John Liu, who represents the area. “The community hashed out an agreement with the city two years ago and through these presentations the developer seems to be throwing out the entire agreement.”
Tussle over Flushing Commons revisions
Meyer said that the 1,600 spots were still more than the community requested and that while parking rates would rise, they would still be lower than market rate elsewhere in the city. Business and community leaders backed Meyer and voiced support for the project to go forward.
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As mentioned previously, we're with Johnny on this one. You don't get a contract and then get to change the entire agreement. If this developer can't provide what he proposed then the city needs to find someone who will.
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