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Lucky's in San Ramon Closing. Is Danville next?

Original post made by Lynn, San Ramon Valley High School, on Aug 24, 2013

I see on the San Ramon Express that the Lucky's store on Crow Canyon is closing. Will the Danville store be next? I hope not but fear that it may since the powers-that-be seem to be making zero effort in modernizing their Danville store or keeping it clean and up to date.
We need these stores and I hate to see them go.
Lucky's, please put an effort in to the Danville store and make it an attractive place to shop. Lunardi's is too expensive and Trader Joe's does not always carry everything I need. Danville residents need this store!

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Posted by Ty Webb
a resident of Danville
on Aug 24, 2013 at 7:31 am

Fresh n easy will probably be gone soon too. That's ok maybe we can get a Sprouts or Safeway in downtown Danville if it closes. Or whole foods.

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