SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets plans to spend around $80 million in capital over the next 12 months, with three-quarters of the total going toward its store base, officials said Wednesday at the retailer’s annual meeting here. The cap-ex program represents an increase of 23% over fiscal 2007, when Weis spent $64.2 million. The company said it has 19 projects in various stages, including three new stores, two replacement units, nine additions and five remodels. Norman Rich, chief executive ...
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