- Published in: New York Daily News
On a recent Saturday afternoon, Gil Teitel stood in his tiny Arthur Ave. grocery store amid bottles of olive oil and hanging cuts of salami, and pointed to the crowd of shoppers. “And where are you from?” he asked them.
“Howard Beach,” said one customer. “Mount Kisco,” another answered. Long Island, Connecticut and Westchester were among the other responses.
This informal survey by the 73-year-old owner of Teitel Brothers grocery echoes the findings of a soon-to-be released economic impact report by the Belmont Business Improvement District.
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