WXIA-TV also did a (I think better) story, including a video on the upper right hand corner:
The video interview includes details not in the print versions.
Assuming the owner was not offered a fortune for the land by a chain drug store, it is a shame government will force these iconic eating establishments from the golden age of motoring to close down.
In Dallas, whenever a long time institution of whatever sort is torn down on some street corner, it's most usually replaced by a bank. It's like standing joke in town. Everyone will say,
"oh, just we need. Another bank"!
post edited by Twinwillow - 2010/08/07 12:28:29