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Robert -
Thank you for reading and for sharing your thoughts. I get what you're saying. That said, I will miss the Grant Boulevard store if it goes.
Thank you for reading my blog.
--Margaret McCormick

We all understand how much of a part of the community these business become, but one primary reason we can still enjoy having Byrne Dairy stores around is because they are willing to make the changes necessary to thrive in the changing retail environment.

That tiny store may be quaint, but it better served the community at a time when it was more common to walk to local stores as neighborhoods were safer and less people drove. We had a new Byrne store open in Baldwinsville (which replaced an older style) one and it is so much more of an asset to the community because it is better positioned to serve the needs and desires people have today. Yes, you can still get bottled milk while picking up your pizza!

Change is hard sometimes, but I am glad Byrne Dairy is willing to change to that someday my grandchildren can appreciate them as much as I have for as long as I can remember.

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