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Proposal to Reduce Vacant Storefronts

Bronxite walks through vacant stores on Knolls Crescent (photo: Riverdale Press/Julius Constantine Motal)

Some are calling Knoll’s Crescent a ghost town filled with vacant storefronts, but according to a report by the Riverdale Press, the Small Business Jobs Survival Act hopes to stop mom-and-pop shops from abandoning their storefronts by making rent renewal talks fair and honest.

The bill, which is being advocated for by Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, asks for both property owners and small businesses to come to a fair agreement while regulating security deposits, landlord retribution and settlements outside the courts, reports the Riverdale Press.

Read the full November 4, 2018 report by Zak Kostro in RIVERDALE PRESS…

Watch the full November 6, 2018 report in NEWS12 THE BRONX…

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