7-Eleven Plans Move to West End
"When you bring in a business like a 7-Eleven, in my opinion it will be crippling to like-businesses in the surrounding area," said Rick Hoffman, president of the West End Neighbors Civic Association.
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#1 Aug 6, 2012
I welcome 7-11...sorry for the businesses w/cranky owners?.....not so much. They overcharge so they compensate for the slower winter months....I'm tired of paying their rent. And putting their kids thru college....7-11 is fairly priced.
#2 Aug 20, 2012
I agree, screw Beech Bagel for over charging the community they are located in because they know that nobody wants to drive and lose their parking spot. I'm all for supporting mom and pop establishments, but not when they are greedy and taking advantage of the community that supports them.
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