Why are we getting an outside company (Dutch Bros.) at the new Round-Up retail and office space?
 Round-Up has been supported by the community for a hundred-plus years. In turn, Round-Up has been a
 huge boost for local business, so why bring in a chain? Aren't we to shop local and support our local 
businesses ?

The action of the Round-Up board is contrary to everything we stand for. I for one am certainly 
questioning our Round-Up board's loyalty to our community and local businesses. Have they lost their
 way and gone corporate?

Penny Gavette


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