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January 30, 1996 | From Associated Press
Smith's Food & Drug Centers announced Monday that it has reached agreement to acquire Smitty's Supermarkets, which has 28 stores in Phoenix and Tucson, for stock and debt totaling about $239.5 million. The grocery and drugstore company had said Jan. 15 that it was calling off merger talks with the Arizona supermarket chain, controlled by Yucaipa Cos., a Los Angeles-based private investment company. The company did not say what triggered a resumption of the talks.
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January 30, 1996 | From Associated Press
Smith's Food & Drug Centers announced Monday that it has reached agreement to acquire Smitty's Supermarkets, which has 28 stores in Phoenix and Tucson, for stock and debt totaling about $239.5 million. The grocery and drugstore company had said Jan. 15 that it was calling off merger talks with the Arizona supermarket chain, controlled by Yucaipa Cos., a Los Angeles-based private investment company. The company did not say what triggered a resumption of the talks.
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July 3, 1993 | RICHARD CORE
Smith's Food and Drug Centers Inc. wants the City Council to overrule a Planning Commission rejection of the company's proposed development on a prime commercial parcel. In a letter this week to Mayor Thomas W. Wilson, Smith's argues that planning commissioners who voted against the plan for a 77,754-square-foot center at the northwest corner of La Paz and Aliso Creek roads did not have valid reasons for their opposition. Smith's real estate representative, H.
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July 3, 1993 | RICHARD CORE
Smith's Food and Drug Centers Inc. wants the City Council to overrule a Planning Commission rejection of the company's proposed development on a prime commercial parcel. In a letter this week to Mayor Thomas W. Wilson, Smith's argues that planning commissioners who voted against the plan for a 77,754-square-foot center at the northwest corner of La Paz and Aliso Creek roads did not have valid reasons for their opposition. Smith's real estate representative, H.
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June 8, 1993 | GEOFF BOUCHER
With community opposition to the proposed Smith's Food and Drug Center growing, the city manager said Monday that his staff will not support the project tonight when it comes before the Planning Commission. Calling the center "a big box" that clashes with the goals laid out in the city's General Plan, City Manager Tim Casey said that approving construction of the 77,754-square-foot center would "really strain good planning practices."
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June 8, 1993 | GEOFF BOUCHER
With community opposition to the proposed Smith's Food and Drug Center growing, the city manager said Monday that his staff will not support the project tonight when it comes before the Planning Commission. Calling the center "a big box" that clashes with the goals laid out in the city's General Plan, City Manager Tim Casey said that approving construction of the 77,754-square-foot center would "really strain good planning practices."
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