Want to Close Your Store in San Fran? New Proposal Would Require Six Months Notice and a Replacement

San Francisco is hemorrhaging businesses. Soaring crime and homelessness have forced long-time businesses to close up shop for good. Some of those businesses are grocery stores, leaving many residents in the neighborhood without a place to buy food. But now, a city official may have found a way to make those businesses stick around a while longer, even if it is not financially feasible for them to do so. 

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