I thought you might reference PLC
"Josh Brown, a 34-year-old father of three and assistant manager at Les Schwab Tire Center. Brown moved to Fortuna from Eugene, Ore., seven years ago and would like to see more retail opportunities in town, especially a Wal-Mart."
We have found a true visionary
This one is almost as bad as Security National's attempt to bypass the Coastal Act
Does the Eureka Walmart offer medical and dental benefits to it's part time employees?
“Now all we need is an Olive Garden,” his female companion chimed in. "And a Red Lobster,” the man added. “I hate seeing their commercials on TV and not being able to eat there.”
America's finest on full display
Downtown does indeed look fantastic, but I have to disagree on that Bayfront One project at the foot of F street. That has to be one of the most poorly designed buildings I've ever seen. What was the developer thinking? They didn't adopt the victorian aesthetic, the restaurant space and views to the bay are very poor relative to the location at the bay's edge, and on and on. There isn't even an obvious entrypoint! Very sad.
I'm happy to hear that Arkley has an openly gay man working for him in a management position
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