If the city of Roseburg buys an abandoned Rite Aid, the current owners will invest the money into remodeling their vacant Safeway across the street, the son of the owner said Monday. “We would take the proceeds from that project and dump them right back into the Safeway,” said Peter Cedolini, whose father, Tony Cedolini of San Jose, and two uncles own both vacant buildings. Peter Cedolini, a San Francisco resident, contacted The News-Review to restate his family’s interest in selling the 40,000-square-foot building to the city at less than half the price the Cedolinis are asking from private buyers. …
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