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Beach Residents Fight Rising Tide of Development

People in the Beach neighborhood are getting together this evening to talk about a situation that people in many OTHER parts of the city can relate to: New condo development along their main street is changing their neighborhood's character. And they believe it's changing it for the worse. Joining Laura Di Battista with more on the meeting - and what people can do to have a say in how THEIR neighborhood's shaped - was Jason Self. He's a spokesperson for the Friends of Queen Street East - the group that's organized the meeting. Listen audio (runs 6:10)

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