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Should the city spend whatever it takes to move Eyecandy from the bayfront?

Yes
40%
No
60%
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sosocal Says:

Mon, Jun 10 2013 06:37 AM

Eyecandy should comply with the law, but the history with this group shows that they enjoy litigation. One nasty bunch. People at city hall must have been very naive in their dealings with them from the start; safety regulations enforced to the nth degree and all other legal means seems reasonable to me.

But the wording of the poll lends itself to siding with the club. "Whatever it takes" never seems like the best idea.

When one considers what the Bay Front development means for Chula Vista, it appears that Eyecandy's owners really want a big enough payoff to just go away. Like I said, a nasty bunch. Not likely to improve their behavior, either.


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