NEW YORK -- Pathmark's planned $15 million store here will not only double East Harlem's food retailing square footage -- it will create jobs, lower food prices and improve the neighborhood's economic health, said local leaders gathered here for a groundbreaking ceremony. The event, held last week at the corner of 125th Street and Lexington Avenue, capped off a series of complex financial transactions and attracted business and community leaders, government officials and an army of ...

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