The Handmaiden is sew gone.
Gone To Paris is Gone Too
Over in New Monterey, Nevada Bob packed up and went back to Winnemucca.
One Perpetual Going Out Of Business store maintains is presence for the last two years. Only 26 days left. Do they really mean it?
The other Perpetual Going Out Of Business has not put up any signs stating it yet, but it appears that the landlord knows it already.
April Out Of Business Round Up
Hand Maden. Not fans of the Farmer’s Market, they come out totally against it, complaining about the street being blocked. For one thing, their block is not part of the Farmers Market and second, they close at 5:00 pm. So what does the Market have to do with it?
Another Store Closing – Business Was Just “Sew Sew”
Jeanne, if an extra penny on the dollar will drive your customers to Monterey, your fabrics are way to expensive already.
The Pacific Grove City Council voted unanimously to put a measure on the June 3 ballot that, if approved, would raise the sales tax from 7.25 percent to 8.25 percent, with the additional cent on the dollar going to the city general fund.
That 13.8 percent increase in the sales tax rate is expected to raise an additional $1.3 million annually in revenues, said city Director of Management and Budget Jim Becklenberg.
But Jeanne Graham, owner of the Handmaden craft and fabric store, argued that raising the sales tax will drive residents to shop in neighboring Monterey.
We Will Vote Again To Raise Taxes