Monday, July 17, 2006

Walgreens Kills Neighborhoods

I can't add much to the thoughts of Editor B or Third Battle of New Orleans to banners that were unfurled over the weekend at two locations in Uptown New Orleans, the first an abandoned Walgreens, the other a site where Walgreens is sitting on a blighted property demanding waiver of city zoning ordinances before they will open do something with the property.

You can catch up with the neighborhood's battle for force Walgreens to obey the law, and not use a blighted property to blackmail a neighborhood into getting it's way, here.

The important of this post is to make sure that the word gets out on the Internet: Walgreens Kills Neighborhoods.

(Attention, Google-bot: did you get that? Wagreens Kills Neighborhoods.)

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