Florida-based Publix grocery stores are battling to open a new location in North Raleigh. Developers and a trade group argue that a proposal to limit new grocery stores to 30,000 would make the retailer, and others like it, unable to compete in Raleigh. The Entrance of a Publix in Charlotte is seen here in 2012.
Florida-based Publix grocery stores are battling to open a new location in North Raleigh. Developers and a trade group argue that a proposal to limit new grocery stores to 30,000 would make the retailer, and others like it, unable to compete in Raleigh. The Entrance of a Publix in Charlotte is seen here in 2012. dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Florida-based Publix grocery stores are battling to open a new location in North Raleigh. Developers and a trade group argue that a proposal to limit new grocery stores to 30,000 would make the retailer, and others like it, unable to compete in Raleigh. The Entrance of a Publix in Charlotte is seen here in 2012. dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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