A contentious land dispute between a Detroit small business and a community garden has been resolved in the business’s favor.
The Detroit City Council voted this week to allow Canine To Five, a dog day care facility, to buy adjacent property to expand its business.
That land is currently occupied by the Birdtown Community garden.
Liz Blondy owns Canine to five. She says she’s disappointed that the dispute was framed as a “business versus gardens” issue.