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Will narrowing Third Avenue improve business in downtown Chula Vista?

Yes, more room to walk will bring me there.
33%
No, there's nothing to do there anyway.
67%
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D. Walden Says:

Thu, Jan 13 2011 02:07 PM

Narrowing streets or cosmetic facelifts alone does nothing to spur economic development or promote greater activity. Itâs the selection of services and businesses that drives customers, tourism, and interest. The City AND land owner (Sweetwater Union High School District) were offered several means by which to bring businesses to 3rd Avenue, to increase revenues for all concerned but they simply did not have the fortitude, vision and/or Leadership skills to bring such expansion, activity and business to fruition.

Maybe someday.


Terry Thomas Says:

Mon, Jan 10 2011 09:35 PM

Not a FAIR poll question. Should have had a THIRD option, such as this:

No, the Changes in Third Avenue will make it harder for those with mobility challenges and reliance on nearby parking to use TAV services.


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