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Thursday, October 20, 2011
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Andy Shallal says he won't consider Bethesda and Silver Spring locations following Montgomery's withdrawal of controversial resolution, the Washington City Paper reports.
Following controversy surrounding the county council’s scrapping of a non-binding resolution petitioning Congress to direct war spending to social programs, Busboys and Poets owner Anas “Andy” Shallal says he won’t consider opening new locations in Montgomery County, the Washington City Paper reports. The peace activist, who opened a Hyattsville location this summer, told the City Paper he had been eyeing the closed Borders Books & Music space in Silver Spring and has also been approached by developers to open in Bethesda. Now, he says, those considerations are off the table. Critics of the resolution said supporting cuts in military spending could have a negative affect on the local economy in Montgomery County. In Bethesda, Lockheed …