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03-02-10, 09:10 AM #1
Owner Says Business Probably Won't Fall To Bulldozer Blade
AMELIA -- An Amelia carpet store owner said that lightning -- in the form of a bulldozer -- probably won't strike his property again."It doesn't look like it. I'm going to wind up going to the sheriff's sale," Terry Hoskins said.Hoskins destroyed his home last month rather than let RiverHills Bank foreclose on it. But Terry's Carpet Outlet probably won't suffer the same fate.
The 27 acres along Ohio 125 goes up for auction on Tuesday. The minimum bid on the $1 million property is $666,666.67.Normally closed on Sunday, Hoskins' store was open Sunday as supporters came in to buy T-shirts and hats -- and carpet."My (order) board is completely filled up, and those are all customers who came in to support me, yeah," Hoskins said.
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03-02-10, 09:37 AM #2
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