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Tenoch Mexican opening blocked by city

The City of Somerville, in their ongoing quest to turn Davis Square into a cluster of abandoned, crumbling buildings, is holding up the opening of Tenoch Mexican, acording to Tenoch's website:
UPDATE: At the June 15, 2015 Somerville City Council meeting, Tenoch was not approved to open our new location at 382 Highland Ave in Davis Square. Come show your support for Tenoch at an informational meeting on Monday, July 13 from 6:30-7:30 at the future Tenoch location at 382 Highland Ave., or at the next Somerville hearing on Monday, July 20 at 6 pm at Town Hall, when we are on the docket again. Help us get our new place up and running and satisfy your torta craving in Davis Square!

From the City's records, this was what was considered by the Licensing Commission on June 15:

Tenoch Mexican Food Corporation d/b/a Tenoch Mexican, 382 Highland Ave. requesting approval for a Wine & Malt 7 Day Restaurant License, a Common Victualler License, an Entertainment License consisting of Entertainment by Performers and Devises and an Alteration of Premises
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