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Midtown Sacramento Grocery Outlet Set to Open Friday After Building Permit Problem Delays Open by One Day

A Capitol NewsLink camera was outside Grocery Outlet at 1700 Capitol Ave early Thursday afternoon as a steady stream of potential customers waited outside the closed doors. One unsigned city permit apparently was holding up the well publicized opening scheduled for 7 a.m. Shortly after noon a crowd of about 50 to 70 had gathered while officials from the Berkley based Grocery Outlet were on hand to answer questions from the eclectic crowd ranging from seniors to state workers, local residents and a couple of vocal street people. As our camera left a promise of snacks and drinks was offered to quell a mild sense of unease in the crowd with negative comments being directly toward the City’s Building Inspector. An exact cause for the delay was never explained.

A later visit at 5 p.m. saw a couple of people peering into the closed store with a large sign promising a opening on no later than noon on Friday. The problem was apparently resolved overnight and a 7 a.m. open was planned.

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