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Now that the city council's Trinity River Corridor Project Committee has recommended renaming Ross Avenue for Cesar Chavez -- surprise, surprise, surprise -- the great Emilio Velasquez Jr. has a suggestion that I think we should all take very, very seriously. I've pulled it out of the comments, because, frankly, Emilio should be writing every single Unfair Park item.

Now that the Committee has voted to rename Ross for César Chávez, El Gato Grande is now free to rename Industrial for Trini Lopez! We will plant its length with the lemon tree, and it will be a happy new day for all!

Now, if only someone will give Emilio his cabras already. --Robert Wilonsky

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