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|Tuesday, June 29, 2010|
Eugene has struggled for years over whether to provide temporary outdoor tables and chairs in the downtown area, and removed them last year to prevent loitering and other crimes.
As new food carts open up at the Broadway Plaza in an attempt to revitalize the struggling district, the issue with outdoor seating has come up again. Opinions are mixed among the small business owners who run the carts.
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