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You never actually answered my question.

Once again, what you are suggesting is that people who actually live downtown and who have lived downtown for longer than you've been here and had a shop, should have to move their cars every two hours. If they happen to park in front of your store, why should they have to move? Downtown is a mixed use area. It is not just for shopping. It is also a neighborhood.

So I will ask you again, very clearly. Is it your desire that residents of downtown should have to move their cars every two hours?

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