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Developer, City squabble over Riverwalk

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by Bradley Parsons

Staff Writer

An attorney for developer DB Holdings said the City is holding up construction on a 430-foot stretch of the Northbank Riverwalk fronting Berkman Plaza, putting the project in jeopardy of missing its Super Bowl deadline.

City officials said they are still waiting for construction plans from the Atlanta developer before the project can be permitted, and said there was plenty of time to finish construction before the Feb. 6 game. But an attorney for the president of DB Holdings

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You make a good point Urban Legend. The news has all been bad lately in the physical location. Maybe LandMar will assume TriLegacy's interest and that will start a turnaround.

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You make a good point Urban Legend.  The news has all been bad lately in the physical location.  Maybe LandMar will assume TriLegacy's interest and that will start a turnaround.

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I REALLY hope so. :ph34r:

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It really peeves me that the city is playing this blame game here.The constuction to this part of the Riverwalk should have already been completed by now.If the city wants to put it's best foot forward for the Super Bowl & it's citizens,it seems somebody needs to be minding the store. Instead,theywait till 4 months prior to an event and ask,whats the problem,giving little time for proper constuction.Now it's going to be a rush to get it done & may not be completed in time.The city should expedite this now.I hate to sound like a pessimist,but when i'm walking around these areas during the week of the Super Bowl,I want to be proud of this city for doing a great job.Not wondering why all these projects look unfinished or completed haphazardly.

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I agree wholeheartedly. The point is too try to make our city appealing for the Super Bowl. If we do a great job, then the city will have a positive reputation to build on. It is time to get things done.

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You know, I'm worried that some of these projects will be built poorly because of time constraints. I hope they don't sacrifice quality of construction for deadlines. I'd rather have these projects completed with care after February, then have "Super Bowl projects" that will deteriorate 5 years from now.

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