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COLUMBUS, Ind. — A group that wants to establish a cooperative grocery in downtown Columbus is exploring the former REMC site on Second Street as a possible location for a store.
On Monday, members of Columbus Food Co-op shared with the Columbus Redevelopment Commission the purpose of a food co-op and their interest in the site.
The commission owns the property at 801 Second St. Three structures are on the property:
The Columbus Food Co-op is interested in the operations building for the grocery store because of its size and location, said Max Lemley, a board member of the co-op.
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