The Saco City Council yesterday agreed to pay up to six months rent to the devel
The Saco City Council yesterday agreed to pay up to six months rent to the developer of a liquor store on the Maine Turnpike should the operation shut down prematurely or fail to open. The money would come out of the $150,000 that Portland developer Robert Smith will pay for the city-owned parcel on which the store will be built. The Maine Grocers Association has indicated it may go to court to block the project, contending the state Legislature did not go through the proper hearing process to approve the store. Details.
Liquor stores, Robert S Smith
"The Saco City Council yesterday agreed to pay up to six months rent to the devel" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14618.