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Gail Leverson of the Cass County Economic Development Corporation offered the Pine River City Council an opportunity that could facilitate the sale of the former Tom Thumb on the corner of Highway 371 and Barclay Avenue to a new business.

At the Oct. 8 regular monthly council meeting, Leverson said there are two buyers interested in the property, but they would like more parking near the property. She said the lack of parking has prevented the sale of the property in the past.

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