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Green Building And Tall Corn Are Topics At Waterloo City Council

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The choice of color scheme of an under-renovation building in downtown Waterloo has raised the eyebrows of some folks as they drive by its location at Main and Third street. The building will soon home Uncle John’s RRR Bar, a country and western-themed bar operated by the Gallagher family.
The choice of color scheme of an under-renovation building in downtown Waterloo has raised the eyebrows of some folks as they drive by its location at Main and Third street. The building will soon home Uncle John’s RRR Bar, a country and western-themed bar operated by the Gallagher family.

Concerns of business owners were the main topics of discussion at the March 4 meeting of the Waterloo City Council.  While a majority of the meeting time consisted of the usual course of action - i.e., the mayor handing out plaques and the aldermen passing a few minor ordnances, the twice-monthly gathering of elected officials …

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