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Dept. of Common Sense

Somehow, it took a (probably superfluous) 76-page report from the City to determine that restaurants and bars are, in fact, subjected to "superfluous red tape." Even more shockingly sensible is the prospect of one set of zoning laws for the entire city that would (gasp) encourage businesses to open. Says GGRA overlord Kevin Westlye: "It would be much simpler if there was one set of zoning requirements throughout The City ... There are a number of experienced restaurateurs who are trying to invest in The City, but it's very difficult and they're turning to other cities to start their businesses." [SFE]