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  • Street closures for months following Metropolitan fire hurt surrounding businesses

    Video: Jon Seelbinder owner of Little City Brewing Company on North Street is concerned about street closures around his business since the fire at the Metropolitan in March 2017. He has seen a drastic decline in his business since the fire with the closing of Harrington, North and Jones Streets around his business.

Video: Jon Seelbinder owner of Little City Brewing Company on North Street is concerned about street closures around his business since the fire at the Metropolitan in March 2017. He has seen a drastic decline in his business since the fire with the closing of Harrington, North and Jones Streets around his business. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Video: Jon Seelbinder owner of Little City Brewing Company on North Street is concerned about street closures around his business since the fire at the Metropolitan in March 2017. He has seen a drastic decline in his business since the fire with the closing of Harrington, North and Jones Streets around his business. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

Streets have been closed for 4 months. Now these businesses say they need help.

July 14, 2017 3:15 PM