Now the best corner in town belongs to a big corporation. I think this type of "growth" is overrated and bad for a small town like this in the long run. There's cities all over the coast. If you don't like rural communities just move to a city. But if we destroy every rural community in the name of growth eventually there will be nowhere to go to escape the pavement.
Oy... is there no news to report. That's all you got... bring kind bars and a hoodie? How about emphasizing the importance of hydration and the signs and dangers of dehydration and heat stroke. The nasty chemical drugs and why to avoid them. Dealing with crowds and kids. Using walkie talkies and knowing how to use security on site for help. Another empty article. You guys need new staff.
Great... now I can see both comments. Sorry... I'm posting from a phone.
I know for a fact that the ace building sold at auction. I do not know where or if it was advertised. Does anyone on the ncj staff know? I know for a fact that Kevin from ace was outbid on his own building. Why was my previous comment deleted?
My understanding is that the gentleman who owns Ace was outbid at a very quietly held auction.
...you're. Sorry for phone typo.
Hard to be an independent small business when your faced with a banking system that won't lend and a competitive market place that is dominated by big capital. This is how the middle class has been defeated. Go local! Love... Mckinleyville Central market.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
The North Coast Journal
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