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After the county signs a contract with NADG, Smith’s will control two-thirds of the shopping on the north side of Trinity Drive and all of the shopping on the south side of Trinity Drive and east of Knecht Street.
That’s a pretty good deal for them but not a good deal for the community.
Competition is supposed to help a community thrive. How can the county council and school board seriously consider a contract that gives one private company control of so much public property when it already controls a good-sized chunk of commercial property?
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