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The city was planning to take proposals for the Empire Stores building this spring, city officials said. But Judge Eric N. Vitaliano said that the National Park Service broke the law when it redrew the lines of Empire Fulton Ferry State Park without public hearings, leaving the Tobacco Warehouse and the Empire Stores, both waterfront structures, outside of the park's borders. In many parts of the world, this is just another job. In the countries I have visited in Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, this is just another way of paying the bills. Why shouldn't Lonnie Loosie be allowed to free market his goods? Because we have made it impossible to do so because of regulation. 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