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Some believe the city council’s abrupt decision has pre-empted what might have been a better solution.
With Tuesday’s elections headed to the rear view mirror, it’s clear that politics on the Central Coast have tilted toward the center and toward a more business-friendly agenda.
It’s no longer sufficient to sit idly, then complain loudly when anti-business upstarts get in and put the brakes on the free enterprise system.