El Cajon: Free the Music!

Sunday, June 27, 2004, 22:01 —by Joe Crawford
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City limits space that can be used for secondhand goods:

Clark wants to sell more used merchandise than El Cajon will allow. The city will only let downtown retailers devote 15 percent of their floor space to secondhand goods.

That doesn’t work for Clark, who co-owns two stores in Chula Vista and Pacific Beach, where he offers a 50-50 split of used and new merchandise.

This sucks! What about entrepreneurship? MoJo Sounds is getting a raw deal, looks like.

FREE THE MUSIC EL CAJON! Used record stores rock. San Diego has many great ones. There’s Off The Record in Hillcrest, there’s Lou’s Records in Encinitas, and Music Traders are all around the county, and are pretty darn good. Music costs too much, and these stores fill an important musical niche. Support used record stores!

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