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Old 02-27-2008, 01:22 PM
 
Location: Birmingham/Tuscaloosa
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Hey everyone,
I have been dormant on here for a while due to the heavy load I'm taking in college at the moment. I was wondering if anyone had tryed out Dolce yet? I was also wondering if anyone has experienced Prive at Monaco as I just turned 21; if someone could make a suggestion as to wine and an appitizer at both places that would be great.

I was also wondering on what the status of the downtown development was. Last I heard a city planner traveled to Vegas to attract resturant venues such as "Cheesecake Factory" and Hard Rock Cafe. Also, I heard the city council was voting on some hieght restrictions as to downtown developments, and I was wondering if that had happend yet.
Sorry for lagging behind guys

Last edited by knightofeffect; 02-27-2008 at 01:34 PM..
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Old 02-27-2008, 01:55 PM
 
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Haven't tried Dolce yet, but I've heard from guys who work there as servers that they dislike their uniforms...

Height restrictions:

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The Huntsville Planning Commission isn't budging from a 10-story, 150-foot height limit for downtown buildings.

But it's amenable to increasing two- and three-story limits to as high as six in some buffer areas around downtown historic neighborhoods.

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The commission seemed confident with the 10-story limit after Huntsville Fire Chief Danny Loggins testified about the dangers of fighting fires in high rises.

"We currently are equipped to handle everything we have. As we go higher, the risk gets greater," he said.
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