Council members deliberated for nearly two hours.
"If it has to happen, then we’ll vigorously defend them in the courts.”
"I don't know if we can trust you at the end of the day,” one student said.
The procession traveled from College Park to Largo.
Mayor Wojahn helped ensure bike shops were deemed an essential business.
The apartment buildings have become too expensive to maintain as of late, the city's park and planning director said.
Council members agreed to send a letter to the Secretary of State at their Tuesday work session.
The city discussed plans to spend $30,000 in total on the celebration.
Turnout dropped 2 percentage points since that election.
Construction will probably begin in a year, Mayor Patrick Wojahn said.