The Daily Page’s live blog can be accessed here. It won’t open until a little before the Council proceedings start at around 6:30.
It will be interesting to see how this time differs from the first go-around. How many people will speak this time? How many of the 57 people who registered to speak at the last meeting will do so again?
Perhaps most interestingly, will any votes be changed? The easiest prediction to make is that the project will be approved by the Council, with 14 or 15 votes (does Thuy support?).
Any predictions? Comments? Any inside info?