Agents shut down inaugural MidTown food market businesses for licensing, electrical problems
- Aug 27, 2011 at 2:33 AM
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BY STEVE LACKMEYER email@example.com
More than two dozen state and county agents Friday night shut down businesses involved in an inaugural MidTown food market in Oklahoma City, citing licensing and electrical issues.
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