Deadline looms for Coney Island business owners

The company sent letters to 11 boardwalk businesses last week and has some thinking that it is trying to force out the mom-and-pop stores to

Aug. 31. - The company sent letters to 11 boardwalk businesses last week and has some thinking that it is trying to force out the mom-and-pop stores to make room for bigger businesses.

Business owners say they have two weeks to file a plan that would ordinarily take months to put together.

Zamperla says failure to file a plan with them by the deadline is "an expression that you are not interested in renewing your license."

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