Re: [WNA] Fw: Re: Development on Willard Square
- Hello Joe (and neighborhood),
Thanks so much for your statement about the owners/proprietors of Mr.
Delicious and their former employment with Rosemont Market. I understand
if you're not at liberty to disclose this, but can you say anything
about the terms by which Mr. Perry and Mr. Hayward came to be former
employees? Did they leave on amicable terms, and were they professional
about their departure?
Many of us on this list are big Rosemont supporters and fans.
Personally, I'd like to better understand how the Mr. Delicious
properietors left Rosemont as part of gathering information to develop
an opinion on the new market proposal.
All the best, and thanks in advance for considering this request.
58 Pillsbury St.
South Portland 04106
On 4/26/11 6:24 PM, DGray wrote:
> forwarding to Group as courtesy to Joe@...
> <mailto:Joe%40RosemontMarket.com> ...
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> --- On Mon, 4/25/11, spiritsrejoice <joe@...
> <mailto:joe%40rosemontmarket.com>> wrote:
> From: spiritsrejoice <joe@...
> Subject: Re: Development on Willard Square
> To: WillardNeighborhoodemail@example.com
> Date: Monday, April 25, 2011, 4:36 PM
> My name is Joe Appel, and I represent Rosemont Market. Neither I nor
> Rosemont resides in the neighborhood, and so of course we don't wish
> to weigh in directly on an issue that is for Willard Square community
> members to resolve. However, we wish to state unequivocally that while
> the principals of Mr. Delicious are indeed former employees of
> Rosemont, Rosemont is in no way affiliated with Mr. Delicious or their
> proposal to develop a store in Willard Square. Mr. Perry and Mr.
> Hayward worked for Rosemont, but were never partners with Rosemont's
> owners. Good luck in helping steer the future for your community. If
> anyone has further questions, you can direct them to me, at
> joe@... <mailto:joe%40rosemontmarket.com>.
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