The TIDDs Roll In
By Laura Sanchez
After boycotting the last meeting, Heights councilors (along with District 1's Ken Sanchez) showed up on Dec. 17 to bestow a Christmas present on the Southwest mesa.
Jason Daskalos' mixed-use project on Central across from Shogun restaurant was back for the fifth legal tussle with the neighborhood, this time over the extent of a landscape buffer strip. The Council ruled in the project's favor.
Mayor Martin Chavez vetoed Councilor Isaac Benton's bill declaring a moratorium on West Central construction until planning was complete. Benton moved a revised bill that passed unanimously, limiting the moratorium to six months.
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