Swim team members are among the North Shore residents inconvenienced since the old lights were removed in 2016.
City Councilman Joey Manahan’s bill would set up a system to distribute money previously set aside to assist affected businesses.
The City Council’s aborted attempts can’t be the end of this, because many more businesses are about to be affected.
The City Council passed two measures to aid businesses along the rail line but never provided any money.
The plan to create separate entrances for low-income residents was opposed by affordable housing advocates.
Developer Jay Fang wins approval for his 26-story tower despite some rocky moments at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.
Councilwoman Kymberly Pine said the developer needs to address concerns about a planned separate entrance to the lower-cost rental units.