NEW YORK — The neighborhood group that lobbied to bring a supermarket to the Lower East Side of Manhattan nearly 30 years ago will hold a rally this week to protest its planned closure. The Two Bridges Neighborhood Council here called the planned December closure of the Pathmark store in the neighborhood a “crisis” leaving the largely low-income neighborhood few fresh food options. Pathmark, a division of Montvale, N.J.-based A&P, said last week that it would close ...
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