H-E-B asking a lot for store. Is it worth it?
Is H-E-B asking for too much in exchange for the downtown store Mayor JuliA n Castro, and the few downtown residents, so desperately want? H-E-B has said the store is contingent upon the $1 million in taxpayer money and the closing of a block of South Main Avenue.
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#1 Sep 7, 2013
I can agree with the closing of a street. But, a tax break? Hell no! Better off without a downtown store. Too bad it's all about money and not consumers. Shame on you HEB! This city needs more competitors. Time to break the monopoly that HEB has in this city. Sucks!!!!!!
#2 Sep 7, 2013
Move back up north to Yankee land if you don't like it!
#3 Sep 7, 2013
Don't worry, I'm sure other grocers will accept your Lone Star. BTW, I'm a native San Antonian. Baboso!
#4 Sep 7, 2013
Yeah right. Your no more a native of San Antonio than Obama! Babosa!
#5 Sep 7, 2013
Mijito pendejo, it's "you're", not "your". Quien es el Baboso? Tu!
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