Michigan: Is Your Big Box Store Ripping Off Your Community?

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Michigan: Is Your Big Box Store Ripping Off Your Community?

Posted on December 16, 2015 by Amy Kerr Hardin

After a decade of contentious litigation, the small community of Acme Michigan — “Gateway to Traverse City” — now has a new Meijer store, just in time for the holidays.

With its 24-7 operation, over 600 varieties of produce, and 30 checkout lanes, the 195,000-square foot supercenter has been drawing crowds since its much-anticipated opening early last month.

Although, not all Acme residents are pleased with the size and appearance of the structure, they are resigned to accepting the change it will bring to their small township.

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