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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Trader Joe's Property To Become Apartments?

     There is talk around town that Trader Joe's is being rebuffed by owners of the property that the store once occupied.  The store was demolished following the roof collapsing under the weight of snow after this past winters storm that dumped over 20 inches of snow on Westfield.
     Plans to rebuild the store were anticipated but lately rumors are circulating that the property owners are interested in constructing an apartment complex.


  1. “It’s hard to pick up a newspaper nowadays and look at the business section and not see some — usually national — retail chain or regional chain struggling, either going bankrupt or struggling with their sales,” Skibitsky said at the council’s conference meeting Tuesday.

    Seriously... the mayor is so out of touch! A newspaper? Who reads "newspapers" in a digital world

    1. Obviously, Skibitsky still does. How else would he be able to see himself holding an edition of the Republican approved Westfield Leader newspaper, also known as the Westfield Follower, at MetLife Stadium, while on vacation in some far off land, or in preparation to pick up his canine's excrement.