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In response to an upcoming public hearing on CB3's liquor licensing policies, activist K. Webster explains the Lower East Side's resistance to nightclubification: "We desperately need retail diversity – not an economy that depends on a mono- business culture that produces nothing of concrete value. Becoming a nightlife destination wears thin if that's all you got." Webster proposes using block associations as a "visible conduit" for new proposal seekers. [The Lo-Down]

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