Green is good — at least that's what Hannaford Bros. brass thought when they announced last month plans to build a revolutionary, totally green supermarket. The Scarborough, Maine-based chain said its LEED Platinum-certified store would be an all-time first, and a model for the rest of the industry. But not everyone is impressed. The land on which the 49,000-square-foot store is to be built once held a school, and members of the nearby East Side Neighborhood Network say the site should be ...

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