A prolonged effort to build the Minnie L. Rogers Plaza, featuring a Save-A-Lot grocery store, at 13th Avenue West and First Street in Bradenton came crashing down after the developer once again failed to close on $6 million in tax credits and made last-minute demands for more money from the city. GRANT JEFFRIES/Bradenton Herald file photo
A prolonged effort to build the Minnie L. Rogers Plaza, featuring a Save-A-Lot grocery store, at 13th Avenue West and First Street in Bradenton came crashing down after the developer once again failed to close on $6 million in tax credits and made last-minute demands for more money from the city. GRANT JEFFRIES/Bradenton Herald file photo
A prolonged effort to build the Minnie L. Rogers Plaza, featuring a Save-A-Lot grocery store, at 13th Avenue West and First Street in Bradenton came crashing down after the developer once again failed to close on $6 million in tax credits and made last-minute demands for more money from the city. GRANT JEFFRIES/Bradenton Herald file photo

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