City Council Pathmark Plan Vetoed City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani vetoed a plan drafted by the City Council which would have allowed Pathmark Stores, based here, to build a supermarket in Queens. Giuliani opposed a clause in the plan that would have required Pathmark's developer to pay $400,000 over 20 years to other neighborhood food stores as well as community groups. Giuliani said the clause sets a poor precedent and discourages other companies from doing business in the city. He noted ...
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