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There are places to eat in the Atlantic City neighborhoods, but no grocery store Local news


“If they build it, I’ll go there,” she said. Although she can find groceries in town, the existing shops rarely stock everything she needs, and so she eventually drives from Absecon Island to the larger supermarkets on the mainland.

On Tuesday, the CRDA board of directors will take the next step to bring this supermarket to the Vescuso neighborhood of Tanger Outlets The Walk.

As suggested, Village Supermarket Inc. would lease the property for $ 1 a year to run a ShopRite. Councilor Kaleem Shabazz, whose community the project falls, said the idea had enthusiastic support from residents, churches and community groups.

The Atlantic City Chapter of the NAACP, of which Shabazz is president, recently passed a resolution in favor of the proposal, and Shabazz has sent an open letter to residents asking for their assistance at the CRDA board meeting, which will be at 2 p.m. held remotely

In the letter he quoted the project, which brings union jobs and good food, and once again promises an end to the city’s status as a food wasteland.

ATLANTIC CITY – Village Supermarket Inc. pays $ 1 a year to run a ShopRite in Atlanti …

At public gatherings, some community members expressed skepticism, even calling for permits to be delayed and asking for assurances that the company would benefit the local community.


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