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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Chamber planning street fairs on Superblock
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Kristie Arden/Herald
Mark Tannenbaum, executive vice president of the Chamber of Commerce.

Anthony Brew, a managing partner of Serata South restaurant on West Beech Street, which reopened in December, said that he is planning to set up a booth or a food truck.

“We really don’t know what kind of food we’re going to sell yet, but we’re very excited, and we think it’s going to be great for the neighborhood and bring a lot of people in,” Brew said. “I think it’s going to help everyone out.”

Dr. Leland Barry, an optometrist whose practice on East Broadway took on three feet of water during the storm, said he is looking to open a booth to sell high-end sunglasses, and that the event may attract more visitors to the area if the weather is good. “I don’t think it’s going to make or break anyone who’s coming,” Barry said, “but we’ll keep our fingers crossed.”


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