It all began in April of 2016 with an attempt to not see the former Slick’s Garage reopen under new ownership at 923 Fifth St. W. in Palmetto. Officials first enacted an automotive repair moratorium and continue to try and redraw a new city district to ensure similar businesses stay out of the historic downtown core.
It all began in April of 2016 with an attempt to not see the former Slick’s Garage reopen under new ownership at 923 Fifth St. W. in Palmetto. Officials first enacted an automotive repair moratorium and continue to try and redraw a new city district to ensure similar businesses stay out of the historic downtown core. Mark Young Bradenton Herald file photo
It all began in April of 2016 with an attempt to not see the former Slick’s Garage reopen under new ownership at 923 Fifth St. W. in Palmetto. Officials first enacted an automotive repair moratorium and continue to try and redraw a new city district to ensure similar businesses stay out of the historic downtown core. Mark Young Bradenton Herald file photo

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