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June 29, 2008

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jim adams

It's good of you to mention Western Howard County, and the proposed used car lot issue.

Drew

Unrelated, but this is the only way I know to get ahold of you. And I thought you'd like to know.

According to a conversation I had with a local worker, the Blockbuster Video on Dobbin Road has had their square footage cut in half to make way for a new store. The reason? They couldn't afford the rent hike General Growth Properties was putting on them, so they had to lose space. Again, according to the conversation, the rent before the hike was a cool $40k/month.

How do local businesses handle these things? It explains to me why Frisco's doesn't have a happy hour and it concerns me about the Second Chance Saloon.

Thought you'd like to know.

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