City Makes Room for Sidewalk Cafes 

Bistro 27 has been trying to get city approval to open a sidewalk cafe for more than a year. It hasn't gotten far, according to the city's director of community planning, Mark Olinger. Restaurateurs rejoice: Under a new set of guidelines passed…

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