Auto parts yard proposed

Auto parts yard proposed on Trail concerns Toledo neighbors, city

As a resident of the South End this proposal of a Junk Yard off Spencer Street concerns me greatly. No matter how you look at it Pull-A-Part is still a junk yard.

Don't you suppose that the city could make greater use of this prime piece of Real Estate then allowing an auto salvage yard to be constructed on a main thoroughfare which acts as a gateway to Downtown Toledo? Does anyone know if our Mayor is voicing any objection to this proposal as loudly as he did when Costco announced their plans to expand into Toledo? Does not a junkyard play contrary to what Carty advocated for with his ideas of what developers have to bring to the city?

We won't pass a referendum which allows gambling to the state because of the social ills it might breed but yet we are on the cuff of allowing a business which by its very nature will breed RATS, CRIME, ENDANGER THE SAFETY of our children, TARNISH the image the ZOO has worked so hard to project by beautifying the surrounding area, the possible CONTAMINATION of perfectly good earth ( I would suggest a better location may be on the other side of the A.W. Trail on the already contaminated Creosote Factory property) and further BLITE to an already depressed area of the near central city.

Everyone talks about COSI moving to an area near the Zoo. This piece of property would make a perfect location for that type of business.

Just my 2 cents....

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...you present very logical arguments. A question, though...is this property currently zoned to allow such a business? Or would this be a zoning change or special use permit?

Aren't you being anti-business? Aren't we just supposed to roll-over, and let any small business man do whatever he wants if it earns a buck? Aren't we supposed to encourage this type of entrepreneurial behavior? He'll be able to employ several workers (paid under the table), either U.S. citizens or "illegals". And we'll have a better business climate in Toledo.

Old South End Broadway

If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

There are a million better ways to use this land than by putting a couple thousnd wheel-less cars on it. I would rather keep it green grass than a junk-yard.

But the point is there is a business here. It's a business. We're starving for business in Toledo. I've never seen a salvage lot that looked like Big Brother was running it before.

We'd run one more business away because why???!!!!!

If you're here to tell me it's my fault - you're right. I meant to do it. It was alot of fun. That's why I have this happy smile on my face.

...It will be another tragedy in leadership. Another sign of the prevelent lack of common sense, and an Outragous Crime against the Zoo. I can see the grafitti now.." (hack!) Welcom to our wonderful city where the only thing closer to Downtown than the Zoo is another pile of trash! A flithy, contaminating one at that!

Whatever Moron came up with this brainless storm ought to be run out of town. You Never put any kind of dump/ salvade/junkyard anywhere near Downtown! They belong out in BFE, so that nobody has to look at them. Unless your Pittsburg, and looky what happened to them.

You will Never draw positive attention with this...what joy it would be to travel through the trash feilds on your way to a half empty Downtown.

City planning #101

Starting with Downtown and moving outward in rings:

Housing neighborhoods
Retail shopping
Neighorhoods
Buffer green space
Industrial/commercial
Multi use like Dumps, salvage, etc.
Buffer green space
Suburbs

I grew up spending time over near Haughton Elevator when that was in actual operation. It would be safe to say that this Auto Salvage Yard would be cleaner and quieter than it was during those days. However, most of those who live along Spencer and the surrounding area have moved in after the 1990's so for them, while Haughton was an eyesore it was not the same as during the hey days of the factory. One of my daughter's best friends lives right across the street.

The land is zoned industrial, which means unless something drastic happens the main interest in the property would be industrial which would mean a factory of some sort. I'm not crazy about the idea of Pull A Part being there but, depending on their site plan and how they planned to shield the view of the cars from the surrounding area it would be better than what it was during the factory days. My husband often remarked to me he felt that should have been the location for the arena, that utilizing the zoo parking lot as well could have made that a entertainment area that would have had easy access to the trail.

I don't know if there is any kind of a long term plan for that area, it'd also be a great one to move COSI too or perhaps even something else entertainment oriented, like Museum or an Aquarium or even a sports facility with indoor rock climbing or a water park since water parks or hotels built around a water theme are really becoming popular but those all of course would take money and probably never happen.

So, I have mixed emotions on this one, and I'd like to know more such as a site plan, designs, how many people will be employed, what type of wages would they earn, and I wonder with the other auto salvage yards we have here in Toledo, how one that charges $1.00 admission is going to compete with those who not only let you in for free but pull the parts off the car for you.

We don't remember days only moments...

The only thing that could make a Junk yard plausible would be a 15 foot high decorative stone wall all they way around it, with entrances from Spencer. This would make the residents on Spencer very happy..Not.

However, the Pigeon Forge Idea is brilliant. From City Park all the way to Harvard. This would create multiple business opportunities, create "Walking Distance" jobs for south enders and hordes of income for Toledo. A gateway of beauty and fun rather than steel panel fence. North Detroit Ave. has a "lovely" scrap yard...it's a real Gem for Toledo! (hack)

In this instance it would be wise for City Council to act to alter the zoning in advance of interest to cut off the blight and install a plan for development.

I'd find another "spot" for the junk and offer it to the people that want the space for the company. We can always use more business, even a junk yard, just not there.

Didn't the administration just spend a whole lot of money putting flowers on the trail. Wasn't the point to have an attractive welcome to the city? Now just a month later we want to put a junk yard at the welcome mat. You'd think the mayor would be fighting this tooth and nail. I haven't heard his position on this.

I have fired off emails to the following:

  • Mayor Finkbeiner
  • Councilman Mike Craig (District 3)
  • Greater Toledo Convention & Visitor Bureau "doToledo"
  • I will keep you posted on their responses

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    Pigeon Forge is on the way to Smoky Mountains Namtional Park. Would the Mudhens and a new hockey team be enough to get people to come here? I seem to remember three or four miniature golf courses along the way to the Smokey Mountains. Would there be enough business to support this kind of stuff, or would anyone who invested go bust (unless Carty put city money into it).

    Old South End Broadway

    You know if we offered a $100,000 gift to each new small business that set up along Spencer (with the requirement that they be non-industrial, and employ at least two or three part-time employess) we could probably get loads of offers to start businesses there. We might want to really define "entertainment", though, or we might end up with a bunch of "exotic dancers" across from lower-class neighborhoods.

    Old South End Broadway

    Anyone know what kind of taxes are being collected off this empty ground, and how long the city would be willing to let it sit idle. Remember how long the property on Glendale lay empty before the Wal-Mart was built? Are there any issues that must be addressed before anything but a junkyard would be suitable for this property? Is any of the land contaminated that we don't know about? Have any solvents, or other chemicals been spilt on the land that might lead to future law suits? Is this a time-bomb waiting to explode in the face of whoever involves themselves with the property?

    Old South End Broadway

    To answer your questions:

    1. Kate, would you feel the same way if they decided to build a junk yard in your neighborhood?

    Yes I would. I live very close to the trail and coming from Toledo out to the intersection by my house, Detroit and the Trail you pass by many places where industrial areas butted up against residential areas - when those businesses were open. And Toledo was a profitable place to live. We're in some serious economic times in Toledo and it isn't the time for the 'not in my backyard' mentality. I don't think we can afford it. I knew when I moved to Toledo that it had a great reputation as an industrialized area - I didn't expect anything else. Drive south out of Toledo and look on both sides of the road. It is already mixed with businesses and neighborhoods.

    2. Not just "one more business", only this junk yard business; and not away, just to a location which is more suitable to this type of operation. Not in the middle of a residential neighboorhood. Or does that not matter in your opinion? If so why does it not matter to you?

    Did you see the picture? It doesn't represent your traditional 'junk yard' - however unless it presents an environmental concern - I'm all for welcoming in honest business to Toledo. As to the middle of a residential neighborhood - we already have that in most of Toledo. I don't see why it would discount this business when it's been done for generations here already? And at one point in time Toledo was thriving. Take Jeep and the surrounding area. In many cases like this workers built their neighborhoods close to where their jobs were. This isn't a novelty to have a business locate around houses.

    I don't think wanting businesses to come into Toledo with the expectation that they'd be doing business in Toledo in a way that Toledo has always done business is selling your soul.

    It's a matter of perspective I s'pose. Do you believe Toledo needs jobs and are willing to figure out a way to get it done - ?

    If you're here to tell me it's my fault - you're right. I meant to do it. It was alot of fun. That's why I have this happy smile on my face.

    I went on AREIS to find out about this piece of land (just the Haughton site). It was valued at $980,000 before the building was torn down (with the land valued at $360,800). It is owned by JVC 671, LLC, 28740 Glenwood Road, Perrysburg, OH 43551. It was purchased for $732,000, and is zoned "General Industrial". They haven't paid their taxes yet for the 2nd half. They were late paying the 2nd half of 2005 (and paid a $680+ penalty for it). The question is: can they hold onto this property while waiting for a buyer that everyone in the neighborhood can agree to, or do they try to maximize their profit (or minimize loss) so they can continue to stay in business? Or should they quit paying real estate taxes until the property is taken for taxes (a process that will take a few years). During that time is a junk yard better than the eyesore that property will likely become. I complain when a property on my block (that is empty) isn't cut every couple of weeks. How will I feel seeing 11 acres of 3 foot high weeds between Spencer Street and the Trail.

    One more thing: I have a paranoid sense about these things. If I wanted to drive the cost of property in a neighborhood down I would build a junkyard, and buy the properties cheap when the owners moved out. I could accumulate a lot of property more cheaply than otherwise, and then use it for some big project that someone has already decided on, but not made public.

    Old South End Broadway

    What do we want to happen to this property? If a lot of people fought to get it zoned residential, or multi-family residential, would it work? Would someone be waiting in the wings to build some kind of housing (either large homes for the wealthy who could drive downtown to their offices, or multi-family units for the poor)? Are technology related businesses interested in the site, or do we have the choice between a junk yard and an open field? The Zoning Commission can decide this property's future with the stroke of a pen.

    But it could also spell doom to Toledo's quest for businesses. If business feels that the bar can be raised anytime we wish (no to you, but yes to some potential buyer that we like, but may not exist) they may decide that Toledo isn't a place to do business. If we want this mythical manufacturer I can tell you a way to get him/her. "We'll require no real-estate taxes from any high-tech manufacturer that buys this property, builds a factory, and stays here for 10 years. We'll also provide all city services free."

    Old South End Broadway

    The city owns some large pieces of property in areas which might be more conducive to a "junk-yard". Why not check for a property owned by the city and offer a trade. This may seem too simplistic, but it would be worth a try.

    indeed

    Remember JVC 671 LLC owns the property now. Would the property be of comparable value to them? And would Pull-A-Part want the new property? It only becomes a problem if Pull-A-Part gets the property on Spencer Street, or JVC sells to some other business the neighborhood doesn't want there. Or the city could buy the property, and allow the neighborhood to make the decision. Or the neighborhood could form a corporation, buy the property, and do something with it. They could build a private park for their children (with a swimming pool) that they could keep cleaner than any other "public" pool around, or start a company to manufacture high-tech stuff on the grounds. If 1000 families invested 400 dollars each they could probably buy the property, spread the risk, and get a greater return on a local busiess than they ever could from Fidelity Magellan. But Toledoans don't think that way.

    Old South End Broadway

    ..but it took me a while to come up with that one. You can see that I'm not a business man. Hopefully, someone is doing the calculations, and sees some value in that property other than as a "junk yard". Or a group of people has decided that something is better for their neighborhood than this business, and will invest a little money to protect that land. But I doubt it. I consider myself pretty bright, but it took me 12 hours to have the "light bulb" come on. And having "government" do the job is easier than taking a chance for ourselves.

    Old South End Broadway

    I think that a junkyard is a huge misappropriation of resources. If something like that were to be put in the South end it'd be better around Southwyck, it'd be better than the empty stores currently there.

    But I don't know if the residents of the South end would support a Pigeon Forge-like area. I think it's a GREAT idea and that's a great place to put it (again Southwyck would be a good place for that too) but there are many residents of the Old South End who want to keep it looking like it's former self. They would be the ones needed to sell on this.

    After all these are the people who bought land next to the zoo knowing it had an ampitheatre and complain about the noise. Which isn't unique just to the Old South End. Old Orchard people do the same thing with the Glass Bowl.

    I live next to a railroad track. I don't complain about trains blowing their horns at 5am because I knew there was a railroad track when I moved next to it.

    MikeyA

    MikeyA

    I wonder if Southwyck was in trouble sooner than we realized. I remember "Old Towne". Was that a desperate attempt to save a flailing enterprise? I often thought that the demise of Southwyck really accelerated when the movie theaters left the mall, but now I wonder.

    And, if this is so, is the attempt to revive Southwyck doomed to fail? Would we better off trying something there other than a shopping center?

    Old South End Broadway

    I just got kind of thinking, and wondering. Why isn

    Old South End Broadway

    There is some effort being made in this direction

    http://lichtvision.net/lighting_design/projects/schwaben_galerie.php

    Old South End Broadway

    Kat's idea about a Pigeon Forge struck an idea in my head actually.. And her analogy was as close as I could come as well. However....

    There's no reason not to build a World Class Resort There. Just think of the Hotel Dollars a Resort would generate sitting right between the Zoo and The Mudhens. That is an ideal location for a huge Resort with Pools, eateries, a "Family End" and a "Business End", With large enough Conference Facilities that it would even support Televised Political Debate. This would draw Convention Business, it would draw Family business, proximity to all there is to do, including the lake Erie /Sandusky area.

    Indoor Water Park, Big Time Night Club/ Dancing, Video bar, Exercise facilities, etc........

    We no longer have anything like this here. It's a business savy way to develop the entire Old South End. Other business's would spring up all around it, bigger, better, cleaner businesses at that.

    It would be a pretty tall structure so it would have excellent views and with a lovely walled in garden area and all that...heck..I'd stay there.

    Perhaps, with this there, the Zoo may expand their winter activities and I honestly think it would be a huge success. I think it would have a wide impact on South Toledo that would catapult the values out there through the roof. A Resort there would almost make certian the entire run from Downtown to Glendale would spring to life in business.

    Let's see what we have there now.... Not much. A trailer park, a few small business, a lumber yard..hum.....not a lot of fun there.

    In conjunction with the east side project, the idea of a multiplex shopping plazza Downtown and the hockey, baseball and other possible attractions. The Conference facilities would be large, but not huge. Intended for moderate to average activity. I dunno if many in t-Town have ever left for larger cities, but a "Resort" can be in a tall tower building with minimal ground space. Parking and pools would take the rest, but likely a parking structure would also be needed.

    Seattle didn't "need" the space needle, but they built it anyway. The "resort could even be Zoo themed to draw attraction to the Zoo. Toledo lacks a 1st rate hotel in the first place and perhaps it's location just outside of the Downtown area would be more appealing to visitors.

    It's not the only idea..just 1 of many:-)

    I checked on AREIS. It's owned by Columbia Gas of Ohio. What all the junk cars are there for is anybody's guess. I once took my nephews there earlier this spring to find out where their mother worked. She worked out of a small office in the back of the building. I didn't really see the cars, but from the air it appears they would be blocked from view by the buildings (at least on the Spenser side). The land has $0.00 value, and the building is valued at $3,300. They pay $42.80 a half year in taxes. For some reason the address is listed as 0 Spenser Street. Here is the link to AREIS. If there are other bundles to the property they didn't show up on AREIS.

    http://www.co.lucas.oh.us/real_estate/AREISmain/areismain.asp

    Old South End Broadway

    To the right (looking from an aerial view on the map) is a smaller parcel that is addressed as both 715 Spencer, and 0 Spencer (when you do a "search"). Parcel 1807134 has a value of $169,000, and parcel 1807136 has a value of $103,600. Why does Columbia Gas have $0.00 value for the land?

    Old South End Broadway

    You do a search that way on AREIS, and you come up with several properties. Is it a government scam?

    Old South End Broadway

    Seems like a ? for the Auditor. Perhaps call Monday and ask about it?

    You do a search for "0 Spencer", and you come up with all kinds of property on AREIS (mostly government parcels).

    Old South End Broadway

    I saw that and am equally puzzeled.

    If you go on AREIS, and use a "0" with any main street (Detroit, Monroe, Central, Stickney, etc.) you'll come up with several properties with the same "0". That is something I will have to find out about.

    Old South End Broadway

    Perhaps "0" is what caused the problem? I've never heard of a 0 addy before? It might have freaked the computer out?..lol

    the property next to the elevator factory land is a junkyard...

    and needs to be demolished so more profitable and appropriate use of the land can be developed

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    and the portion with the cars on it appears to be owned by Columbia Gas of Ohio. Don't know how you can get them to sell. They pay only $42.80 a half in taxes. Doubt they could find anything better. Addressed as 0 Spencer Street.
    Find on this site

    http://www.co.lucas.oh.us/real_estate/AREISmain/areismain.asp

    Old South End Broadway

    The property is zoned as general industrial, Pull-A-Part would need a special-use permit because the business is classified as an auto salvage yard

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    Toledo is full of empty commercial space that is no where near as "Visible" as this land by the Zoo. It would be different if it was shopping or Food or something that would add to the Zoo or the neighborhoods around it. This will be unattractive and useless in relation to the neighborhoods and the Zoo. If fact, it will likely further damage inner city neighborhoods and could even affect the Zoo's appeal some. If we wanted that land to look like crap all the time, we'd have left it with the crap they just tore down.

    Kate, would you feel the same way if they decided to build a junk yard in your neighborhood?

    We'd run one more business away because why???!!!!!

    Not just "one more business", only this junk yard business; and not away, just to a location which is more suitable to this type of operation. Not in the middle of a residential neighboorhood. Or does that not matter in your opinion? If so why does it not matter to you?

    This area of the city needs a boost, not another operator whose actions will most likely further the decline of the property values, creating another blighted area where all the evils in the city can breed.

    Is the city so depressed and desperate that we will take any Tom, Dick or Harry that comes along regardless of any social consequences that may evolve...as long as it makes money?

    If so then we just might as well sell our souls.

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    I don't know if there is any kind of a long term plan for that area, it'd also be a great one to move COSI too or perhaps even something else entertainment oriented,...

    Really. I rather see the A.W. Trail become the Piegon Forge of Northwest Ohio instead of a gateway lined with junkyards and factories.

    Imagine, Go-cart tracks, minature golf, arcades, hotels, water parks, I-Max, Restaraunts and Mine Ur Own Gemstones. Then imagine the tourist dollars and tax revenues.

    Of course I'm j/k about the above but I think it illustrates a point that this piece of property is worth so much more then a junkyard.

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    "Pigeon Forge is on the way to Smoky Mountains Namtional Park. Would the Mudhens and a new hockey team be enough to get people to come here?"

    No, no. The Pigeon Forge idea would be a great idea along the trail leading up to the Zoo and if COSI had sense, with COSI on the Trail near the Zoo. Some sort of family entertainment district.

    All junk yards/salvage yards look nice when they are first created, the cars are all lined up, organized etc., it's years later that they go from looking like "auto salvage" to "junk yards". When the grass has grown up through the stone and they've sat there for years.

    Second problem, these types of jobs typically don't pay well, and from the sounds of it given that those charged the admission do their own "parts pulling", it would be hard to see how many employees it would actually take.

    So...is that a good use of that large of a piece of land on a prime real estate area should be the first question and then will long range planning/thinking be used or just instant "OMG we created a job!" thinking prevail. Personally? I opt for some long term planning and hope that a piece of land that large would at least create a nice sized amount of jobs that pay close to a living wage.

    We don't remember days only moments...

    The reality is it's not up to the neighborhood, we've seen over and over again that while at times the neighbors are listened to, it's up to the Planning Commission, City Council and even the Mayor if he decides to veto. They don't always listen to us.

    There has to be a balance between wanting any business at all as long as it will employ anyone and wanting the best use for the land with some realism thrown in. Chances are nothing would ever happen as far as entertainment wise but we are supposedly trying to increase technology related manufacturing and that would be a good location for that as well that would be more neighborhood friendly than an auto salvage yard.

    As a resident of that part of South Toledo, I see so much attention and City money spent on the Marina District, and on Downtown but here in our part of town? Southwyck is still a ghost town and Highland Park Pool isn't going to open either and the Old South End could use some help in many places and I'd personally prefer not have a salvage yard there unless as I stated earlier, it's going to pay a living wage or at least close to it for a nice number of people which would be more than 2 or three managers and create some type of a fence/barrier that did not detract from what the Zoo and some of the neighbors are doing in trying to make their homes/property look nice and have value.

    We don't remember days only moments...

    I like the way your mind works:-)

    And her analogy was as close as I could come as well...

    Just to set the record straight, KrazyKat is a TOM Cat. LOL

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    We could build an amusement park along the riverfront! And if we don't, God will destroy the city like he destroyed New Orleans.

    "There's no reason not to build a World Class Resort There. Just think of the Hotel Dollars a Resort would generate sitting right between the Zoo and The Mudhens. That is an ideal location for a huge Resort with Pools, eateries, a "Family End" and a "Business End", With large enough Conference Facilities that it would even support Televised Political Debate. This would draw Convention Business, it would draw Family business, proximity to all there is to do, including the lake Erie /Sandusky area."

    Don't get me wrong, I think the Zoo is a great institution and I love going to Mudhens games, but is a good zoo and minor league baseball going to entice people to vacation in Toledo? And a convention center sounds great until you discover there are two convention centers within a three mile drive of the property.

    This plan smells like an Autoworld to me. Not to mention that building a resort on the site of the old elevator factory is impractical. Kalahari, one of the resorts near Sandusky, is seated on roughly 140 acres. The elevator factory occupies ~22 acres. To gather enough land to build the resort, you'd need to use eminent domain, which would and should be opposed more vehemently than a junkyard.

    Sure, it's a shame to see the land lay vacant or become a junkyard, but it beats spending millions of taxpayer dollars to build something that doesn't make business sense. An expansion of the Zoo? Yeah, I could see that. A new COSI facility? Only if Portside becomes a casino. But a resort is a poor fit for the land.

    What is interesting is that while everyone seems to be against a junkyard along the AWT, the property next to the elevator factory land is a junkyard. Is that licensed? Someone who cares more than I might want to ask the city about that.

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    "When I say your dumb name, please stand up briefly, but then quickly drop to your knees and forsake all others before me." -Ignignokt

    There's a city full of walls you can post complaints at

    "Seattle didn't "need" the space needle, but they built it anyway."

    Seattle didn't build the Space Needle. It was built by the corporation formed to manage the 1962 World's Fair and the city didn't fund its construction. Even now it is privately owned and operated.

    "Toledo lacks a 1st rate hotel in the first place and perhaps it's location just outside of the Downtown area would be more appealing to visitors."

    We have a four star hotel outside of downtown, just two and a half miles away from the zoo. It's connected to a conference center as well.

    "I dunno if many in t-Town have ever left for larger cities, but a "Resort" can be in a tall tower building with minimal ground space."

    When you say "Resort", do you mean "Nice hotel"? Because I associate the term resort with a large expanse of land hosting several outdoor activities like swimming, golf, etc.. The land that the elevator factory occupied isn't large enough for a golf course, let alone a golf course and a waterpark.

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    "When I say your dumb name, please stand up briefly, but then quickly drop to your knees and forsake all others before me." -Ignignokt

    There's a city full of walls you can post complaints at

    I messed up on the hyperlinks and since I don't see a way of editing them in the post here they are:

    http://toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070614/NEWS16/706140...

    http://www.pullapart.com/

    If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth. ~Japanese Proverb

    From a long term future aspect of the possibilities being that close to a Zoo that is becoming a well known spot for people to travel too, it would be smarter sense to utilize that land as some sort of an additional tourist/visitor attraction.

    Like I said I'd like more details but Auto Salvage Yards don't normally rank up there with paying someone what is considered a "living wage".

    We don't remember days only moments...

    "Imagine, Go-cart tracks, minature golf, arcades, hotels, water parks, I-Max, Restaraunts and Mine Ur Own Gemstones. Then imagine the tourist dollars and tax revenues.

    Of course I'm j/k about the above but I think it illustrates a point that this piece of property is worth so much more then a junkyard."

    Don't kid, because I'm with you on that one. I think that would be absolutely fantastic to have what was described above on the Anthony Wayne Trail mixed with more green space, trees, etc. Its' an excellent idea. If I had the money, and was a developer, I could see that as being very successful being lined up along the trail leading up to the Zoo with COSI also nearby.

    I see..lol. Sorry for the mistake.

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