Neil Kudrinko, a grocer who has had political aspirations.
Kudrinko began the major upgrade of his store and its energy and refrigeration components in 2008, a process that took about two years, at a combined cost of about $600,000. To make the cost more palatable to his dad, still the owner at that time, and manageable for himself, Kudrinko spread the renovation over two years and multiple contractors. “We did it one project at a time so we could see the results,” he said. “I would say [to his father], in order to maximize the ...
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