Interest in opening up the former site of Slick’s Garage at 923 Fifth St. W. in Palmetto is what launched an automotive moratorium in April to protect the city’s downtown core from a build out of auto repair shops, which also led to how all downtown businesses will be able to store vehicles, equipment and more.
Interest in opening up the former site of Slick’s Garage at 923 Fifth St. W. in Palmetto is what launched an automotive moratorium in April to protect the city’s downtown core from a build out of auto repair shops, which also led to how all downtown businesses will be able to store vehicles, equipment and more. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com
Interest in opening up the former site of Slick’s Garage at 923 Fifth St. W. in Palmetto is what launched an automotive moratorium in April to protect the city’s downtown core from a build out of auto repair shops, which also led to how all downtown businesses will be able to store vehicles, equipment and more. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com

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