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Video from Wednesday's Boston Licensing Board hearing.
While at yesterday's licensing board hearing to determine whether or not Domino's will be allowed to open a store at 277 Main Street, we gathered the above videos.
6:53 am on Thursday, July 12, 2012
Is there any chance that if a Domino's opens in Charlestown, the other pizza
businesses will go out of business because of the competition? Is that how our
local pizza businesses should be treated? Is that loyalty to those people who
have been there for us over the years?
I know of a situation where a certain big name pharmacy moved into a Boston
suburb and 3 drug stores went out of business in that town.
7:15 am on Thursday, July 12, 2012
I love how Bill Mohan states in the video How, he could go door to door and get people to sign a petition in favor of this,
If you listen close he says (quote) " we could go door to door and ask people to sign and if they did they would get a free pizza" and they would be delivering the petition's in wheelbarrows,
So what does that tell you?
I'll tell you.... He is going to BUY his liscense.. somehow ,someway!
And he held up five papers and stated that was the customers for March in Charlestown, really! five! An by the way Bill this is July!
One other question, Was there anybody there to speak in favor of Dominios? NOT!
8:41 pm on Thursday, July 12, 2012
Ya hear that, Townies? Mona-ham says youse can be bought with a 3rd rate pizza...say it ain't so!!!!
8:05 am on Thursday, July 12, 2012
Dominos is coming, run away.
3:52 pm on Thursday, July 12, 2012
Seems it was a done deal before they even walked in to the licensing hearing....Doesn't mean residents will be spend there...Yes, there will be the novelty, curiosity factor..as they stated..Free Pizza Coupons...but that will wear off...Charlestown residents are loyal...if all that were in oppositioon dont succumb to the FREE PIZZA (lol) They wont last....?!?
8:39 pm on Thursday, July 12, 2012
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