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Byl said Summer View’s plans had fallen through, and the company has no plans to build at this point.
"Due to the owner's health it's just not possible for us to remain open."
Construction is expected to begin in June, and the store is scheduled to open in February 2023.
JBS contributed $1.78 million toward a revolving housing fund, which will develop and provide six affordable single-family homes in southeast Worthington.

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