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Glenville officials lament asking price for vacant Friendly's site

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The vacant Friendly’s building at the corner of Glenridge Road and Route 50 is carrying a very unfriendly price tag, town officials say. The half-acre property can be leased for nearly $32 a square foot — $75,000 a year — which Deputy Supervisor Alan Boulant believes is too high. “Everybody else around them is the $12 to $15 range,” he said. “They’re way out of touch.” The nearly 2,400-square-foot building has been vacant since early ...

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September 20, 2012
7:41 a.m.

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Corcoran and Boulant are so out of touch with reality it is not funny! Why do you think businesses are not doing well in the town? You have stupid rules about the sizes of signs that you allow the business owners to have - thus people forget that there are many stores, bakeries,etc to patronize because they are not allowed to post signs -Unless you have the right last name and a lot of money. - Granted the Route 50 corridor looks a million times better now that Target is here but pass that intersection and you see run down buildings and weed infested lots. (one I am sure will be filled with Political Signs very soon) Stop blaming all of the failure on others and take some responsibility. Many residents of the town feel the same way- so wake up and smell the coffee please