El Prado resident Manuel Trujillo worries giving Family Dollar a foothold would lead to bigger chain retailers moving in. Trujillo lives in a fourth-generation house in El Prado that’s more than 200 years old, and he doesn’t want the character of his neighborhood to shift toward box stores.There is already a Walmart on Paseo del Pueblo Sur, so maybe the dollar stores will pop up there.
May 17, 2013
Taos County Says No to Family Dollar
Not even if you give it a faux adobe facade. Culture trumps convenience.