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Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Regarding the story “Cheswick investors yearn to add grocery store” (May 12) about the sale of the Cheswick Shopping Center: That's great news for the area. We have a large population of older adults, many of whom don't have a car or rely on bus service to get groceries.

I'd love to see an Aldi or Bottom Dollar, as Giant Eagle is becoming financially out of reach for seniors and those on a fixed income or in a minimum-wage job.

Build it and we will come.

Joanne Kiley

Springdale Township

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