Posted by Map, a resident of the Del Prado neighborhood, on Oct 16, 2012 at 3:01 pm
3 more empty stores,great! I'll bet the banks. Massage parlors, and nail salons will be lining up to move in!! That domus parking lot makes a great spot for overnight parking for those RV's and taxi cabs that can't find room at the soon to be new Walmart at old nob hill. Hopefully the PDA wakes up and smells the coffee soon, anybody count how many massage parlors we have?? Too many!!
Posted by Larry, a resident of Livermore, on Oct 17, 2012 at 9:30 am
Do any of you realize what the owners have lost, it is called everything. Question why they went out of business, usually it's not worth the effort to stay in business due to increasing taxes and regulations. But things are going better according to the government, or so said our white house resident clown Mr. Biden. Don't believe what you know, believe what the government tells you.
Posted by Tim, a resident of the Bridle Creek neighborhood, on Oct 18, 2012 at 10:21 pm
No foot traffic downtown. No reasons for families to walk around, no family style restaurants.
I go to Livermore catch a show walk with the family get an ice cream or a yogurt. Plenty of places to sit and people watch while enjoying our ice cream or coffee. Kids can run around in the open space. They even have a Toll House Cookie store.
Posted by downtown shopper, a resident of the Downtown neighborhood, on Oct 19, 2012 at 9:13 am
It is sad to see another business closing downtown, makes it that much more important to shop local. I love Gourmet Works and their handmade chocolates, Berry Patch has a lot for kids and American Harvest is so unique. I love our shops downtown, let's try to keep them here!