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A city in utter chaos over the fact of expanding the cities income in a reasonable way The common question on everyones mind as rural parts of Elk GroveLaguna become more urbanized attracting more crowds to Elk Grove Lent Ranch Mall has become an issue of heated debate lawsuits and has become the interest of the government of Sacramento Who would have thought that building a mall would have such drawbacks to it In my opinion I am in favor for the mall It would help attract more people from all over to our small city thus increasing our revenue in local stores as well as the stores within the mall As an economic prospect I believe the mall would be an excellent source of income When people usually shop at a mall or outlet store they shop for hours on end and usually become tired and hungry afterwards Establishing a McDonalds Burger King etc in the vicinity of the area proposed for Lent Ranch Mall would endure that economic prosperity Politically this mall is a major disruption for Downtown Plaza Arden Mall Sunrise Mall Florin Mall and maybe even the outlet stores located in Vacaville and Folsom As for right now many people thrive on going to either Florin or Arden for all there shopping needs There are no major stores located in Elk Grove until this year In August the Old Navy clothing store opened next to Best Buy and Linens N Things in the Laguna shopping center located right off of the freeway Mervyns in the Marketplace 99 has also served its purpose as a clothing store for many people as well But for majority of the population of ElkGroveLaguna frequent trips to Florin Mall and even Arden Mall arent out of the question Having our own mall would not only decrease revenues for Florin Mall and Arden Mall but may
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