May 17, 2013

Taos County Says No to Family Dollar

Not even if you give it a faux adobe facade.  Culture trumps convenience.
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.

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