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February 2012 Archives

Residents of Philly suburb don't want store for neighbor

Some residents of a Philadelphia suburb are fighting the development of a piece of commercial property in their neighborhood, saying the addition of a planned mega-sized supermarket and gas station would decrease their homes' values and shatter their quality of life.

Philly officials could step in if building isn't sold

The owners of a dilapidated landmark hotel in Philadelphia say they might have found a buyer for the prime piece of commercial real estate. City officials hope the sale happens, but if it doesn't, the city might have to take action, which could include using its power of eminent domain, which usually gets private property rights advocates up in arms.

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