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Bloomberg Supports Parking Lot for Big Box Store?
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, famous for his attempts to decrease car traffic in Manhattan, has endorsed construction of a new Costco retail store along with its 2,300 parking spaces.
At a press conference yesterday, Mr. Bloomberg said bringing the big-box warehouse chain to the city would help New Yorkers weather a difficult economic downturn. "Costco has a reputation of selling in bulk at very low prices, and given the economy today and the public’s desire to buy things in bulk and buy them cheaper, it seems to me we should welcome any store that wants to come here," he said.
"It is incongruous for the mayor, who supported congestion pricing, to support one of the most auto-dependent retailers in the country," said Richard Lipsky, spokesman for the Neighborhood Retail Alliance.
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