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1) Anna Gonzalez, left, is consoled by a friend in front of the Super Discount 99 Cent store after the shop was damaged in a fire on Wednesday.
Scores of 99 Cent Store supporters, mostly employees who had come from as far as San Pedro and Garden Grove, stood or sat in the crowded council chambers holding small American flags they had been handed at the door.
Under the agreement approved Tuesday, Lancaster's redevelopment agency will acquire about 15,200 square feet of space in the Valley Central shopping center, buying the former Hudson's Grill restaurant and the vacant Payless Shoe Store building and relocating the existing 99 Cent Store that adjoins the Costco store.
Under the proposed deal, the city's redevelopment agency will acquire about 16,000 square feet of space in the Valley Central Shopping Center, buying the former Hudson's Grill restaurant and the vacant Payless Shoe store building and relocating the existing 99 Cent Store that adjoins the Costco store.
99 Cent Store manager Barbara Stevenson found a way to make sleeping during the heat wave a bit more comfortable.
This order was awarded to the company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Hygienics Inc from 99 Cent Stores, a discount retailer headquartered in Commerce, California.
The company added that 99 Cent Stores has 331 stores located throughout California, Texas, Arizona and Nevada.
For the same reason that I like other closeout operations -- and better yet, 99 cent stores -- I love walking through the doors of Odd Jobs and thinking that I can afford nearly every item in the store.
Forget everything you know about 99 cent stores," she said.
For the past 30-40 years, the area has seen discount houses; 99 cent stores and dirty coffee shops.
In the late 1980's, 99 Cent Stores were introduced throughout New York, especially in the outer boroughs, filling in empty storefronts that landlords were relieved to rent -- even at lower rates.