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What’s Happening on 30th Avenue?

With the new north-end Hillsdale Mall development, residents living on and around 30th Avenue expressed concern over impacts where that street meets the mall property. They went so far as to submit a petition to the City Council asking that this end of 30th be closed to through traffic.

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BHNA contacted mall reps and were supplied with a “Condition of Approval” for the project addressing this item.

Here is how it reads:

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