COTATI, Calif. -- Voters in this small northern California city will vote in November on an initiative that would restrict the size of retail stores to 43,000 square feet -- a measure opponents say is designed to keep Lucky Stores from building a combination store here. Lucky has proposed building a 65,300-square-foot food-and-drug store in this city of 6,500 people, located about 100 miles north of San Francisco. ing us? "Big box retail threaten[s] the viability of existing small ...

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