Former La Carnita patio now open for public use after fight with condo owners, officials

The fences are now down where a private patio for La Carnita restaurant on John Street once stood.  The move to open the space up comes after a heated dispute between the business, residents in the condo tower above and the city over proper permits.  “This is a public space and not a private patio,” condo owner Andrea Frisina said. “This battle’s been going on for four months now and finally we’re just getting the attention we need.”    Read the article…………..


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