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Why Feldman's books should be kept

From: domainremoved <Nate>
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2020 19:50:27 -0800

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Hi,
My name is Nate Hopkinson. I'm a teenager who lives in the area near Feldman's books and has been going to them to buy books since I was in middle school. I was concerned to hear that there were plans to tear down the building in order to construct an apartment building in its place.

If this were to happen, it would be a serious detriment to the whole community around the bookstore. While more and more of the area around Feldman's is being developed into other properties, Feldman's provides some of a semblance of culture and history than McDonalds or GroupFit and has an identity that belongs to Menlo Park as opposed to an anonymous Franchise or apartment complex. This identity would help bring in more readers and people in general because of its uniqueness.

Please consider keeping Feldman's in this case. Thank you for your time!
Received on Fri Jan 10 2020 - 22:05:15 PST

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