From left, Glenwood-Brooklyn neighbors Bob Fesmire and Tina Larsen stop to talk at the corner of Filmore and Adams streets as they walk their dogs Thursday. They are part of a neighborhood group that asked the city to adjust the Unified Development Ordinance to protect the area’s residential zoning.
From left, Glenwood-Brooklyn neighbors Bob Fesmire and Tina Larsen stop to talk at the corner of Filmore and Adams streets as they walk their dogs Thursday. They are part of a neighborhood group that asked the city to adjust the Unified Development Ordinance to protect the area’s residential zoning. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, Glenwood-Brooklyn neighbors Bob Fesmire and Tina Larsen stop to talk at the corner of Filmore and Adams streets as they walk their dogs Thursday. They are part of a neighborhood group that asked the city to adjust the Unified Development Ordinance to protect the area’s residential zoning. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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