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The City of Redmond is seriously thinking about offering zero interest loans to attract new restaurants to the downtown area. One of the owners of a delicatessen called Soup 2 Nuts says the city has already helped them and they support other restaurants coming downtown. Rozy Arno says competition is good if more people flock to downtown Redmond. She says also says the City's help made a huge difference to her business. "It’s essential; without that, without all the City's help it would've been hard for us to make that decision. Seriously, Redmond is the best place I've ever lived, seriously." The City Council is expected to put the final details on the loan program together at a September 27th meeting.

 

 

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