Fircrest neighbors Scott Brannon, left, and Ken Porter live across the street from a shopping center that could have restaurants serving liquor by the glass if Proposition 1 passes this fall. They already have complaints about the look of the complex, which they have fought for years to get cleaned up without success. Their biggest issue is their proximity to the complex; their homes are 75 feet across the street and garbage bins sit in plain view during much of the week.
Fircrest neighbors Scott Brannon, left, and Ken Porter live across the street from a shopping center that could have restaurants serving liquor by the glass if Proposition 1 passes this fall. They already have complaints about the look of the complex, which they have fought for years to get cleaned up without success. Their biggest issue is their proximity to the complex; their homes are 75 feet across the street and garbage bins sit in plain view during much of the week. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer
Fircrest neighbors Scott Brannon, left, and Ken Porter live across the street from a shopping center that could have restaurants serving liquor by the glass if Proposition 1 passes this fall. They already have complaints about the look of the complex, which they have fought for years to get cleaned up without success. Their biggest issue is their proximity to the complex; their homes are 75 feet across the street and garbage bins sit in plain view during much of the week. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer

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