Mickey’s Irish Pub was not filled with the usual smell of stale beer and the slurred pick-up lines. Instead, its dwellers asked questions and raised concerns about the project LANE4 Property Management and the City of Ames plans to wreak on Campustown in as little as a year. Business owners crowded onto the sticky floors of the popular bar on Welch Avenue in hopes to get their questions answered and an understanding on where the LANE4 wrecking ball would be making its impression. Tim Schrum, general manager of Mickey’s, organized the meeting March 3 so Campustown business and property owners could ask questions about the future of their businesses, and they heard advice from a lawyer who was present.
Kingkade, Tyler; McKinney, Kaitlin; Peterson, Josh; Cronin, Julie; and Sorensen, Matthew
Ethos: Vol. 2011
, Article 16.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ethos/vol2011/iss3/16