WOODBRIDGE, N.J. -- Pathmark Stores here plans to open seven stores in New York City within the next several years, including a controversial site in the East Harlem section of Manhattan. The proposed East Harlem store -- a 53,000-square-foot structure with parking for 125 cars -- would probably open in late 1996 if the project is approved, said Stan Sorkin, the chain's vice president of public affairs. The site was approved by the Manhattan borough board in late April, but New York Mayor ...

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