Replacing Lee's buffet with a commercial aquaponics farm might be a feasible option. The local community can benefit from growing organic fish, shrimp and vegetables and it can add some 'life' to that area. This proposal or idea can be a city-owned business that can produce the highest quality of healthy food products, and possibly sell the seafood and vegetables to local restaurants and schools or other businesses throughout the area.
Revenues or proceeds generated from this program can probably help fund local community events such as town parades and cultural festivals, or can even help with streetscape projects.
This type of business can possibly provide sustainable jobs and educate people about the natural system of vertical farming without using chemicals and pesticides. With the recent government food stamp cuts, an aquaponics system can benefit those that actually need the assistance, and such program can offer San Bruno residents and workers a discounted or prorated cost to purchase the organic products. The following two links are the sources to learn more about aquaponics farming: 1.) http://www.smcvt.edu/Magazine/winter-2014/taking-root.aspx 2.) http://norcalaquaponics.com/
Or if a aquaponic farm can't plan out, city officials can try to entice "Mike's Bikes" or "Michaels Arts & Crafts" to open up shop at the location :-)