*Just my impression.
But, it should be mentioned, that every time they are opposed–like the Winthrop Ave development that blatantly broke city planners OWN RULES about parking and violated the BR master plan, they still moved ahead with it.
That seems to be the case here. I really feel that the whole “we’ll have plenty of parking once that parking garage is built” situation can’t be listened to, so long as….it’s not yet built.
Also, the Jim Holland mentioned here is my (behind the house down the ally way…) “neighbor”.