justhinkin

United States

#1 Nov 5, 2009
does anyone think reid street will survive? there sure are a lot of vacant stores.
Joel Corbin

Bristol, FL

#2 Dec 28, 2009
Reid street could prosper if PSJ could decide if it wants to be a tourist town instead of a factory town. As long as they go the way they have taken with a freight port & the biomass plant, PSJ will be a wart on the face of the Forgotten Coast with low incomes & high taxes. It will be a place people will just have to slow down & drive through to get somewhere nice. Therefore, no one will stop to shop.
drop n usa

Clarksville, FL

#3 Apr 3, 2010
that is the whole ideal of "Free Captilism"
if you do not suceed you die
isn't free capitlism wanderful
comeonnow

United States

#4 Apr 5, 2010
looks like the city fathers and mayor would do something to bring some jobs to PSJ!! maybe obama will send PSJ some free grant money..... wouldn't that fix the problem?

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