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Council rejects appeal of neighborhood garden project

05/30/2019 9:05 AM | Margaret Fulton (Administrator)

A proposed educational garden and kitchen at 4th Street and Montana Avenue will be able to hold frequent classes and fundraisers despite concerns from neighbors about noise, light and traffic.

City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to double the number of small events the Rainbow Garden will be allowed to hold, rejecting an appeal from residents that asked the garden to hold only classes and fundraisers, go dark by 9 p.m. on weeknights and 10 p.m. on weekend nights, and close on weekends and holidays. The appeal also argued that the garden’s fence should be transparent for better integration with the neighborhood and requested that parking for events larger than 50 people be provided offsite.

Read More: https://www.smdp.com/we-feel-children-are-disconnected-from-food-because-they-dont-get-that-experience-we-want-to-offer-with-the-garden/175911

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