The entity has long been considered a stalwart.
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Wikipedia features a comprehensive and well-attributed overview of the Raley’s supermarket chain: Raley's Supermarkets is an independent, family-owned American grocery and retail technology company headquartered in West Sacramento, California. Raley's was founded in 1935 by Thomas P. Raley in Placerville, California. The Raley's Companies brands include Raley's, Bel Air, Nob Hill Foods, Raley's O-N-E Market, Bashas', Bashas' Diné Market, Food City, AJ's Fine Foods, Eddie's Country Store and FieldTRUE Organic.
Now comes word that a decades-old Lake Tahoe location is permanently closing in early-June.
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According to a report from TahoeDailyTribune.com, entitled “Raley’s to Close Heavenly Village Location, Remains Dedicated to South Lake Tahoe,” the location closure is due to a lease issue.
As excerpted from the report: For 60 years Raley’s has served the South Lake Tahoe communities with locations at Heavenly Village and in Tahoe Valley on the opposite end of town. In June, the Village location is set to close due to an expiring lease.
The Tahoe Valley store will remain in business.
The report goes on to state: Chelsea Minor, executive director of community impact and public affairs for Raley’s said, “We’ve been in negotiations for about a year, but have not been able to come to an agreement with the landlord. We offered a bunch of different solutions including a rent increase and to continue to invest in the remodel. Unfortunately, the landlord was not in agreement with our proposal.
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