I guess all good things must end at some point. How many of us have spent the day at the beach in Hermosa on 22nd street? Most of us long time residents have spent many a day (and nights) at 22nd street and Hermosa Avenue soaking up the sun and getting soft drinks and food and whatever we needed at the Green Store on the corner. The Beach Reporter has reported that the Green Store will close its doors for good on August 31st after being there for us for over 30 years. The store’s green facade and hand-painted signage offered groceries, wine and beer and has welcomed Hermosa Beach residents and visitors to the laid-back mom and pop beach lifestyle for more than 3 decades. The store was always filled with children buying candy, soft drinks and groceries. It has served several generations of Hermosa Beach residents. The current owners bought the store 32 years ago. The store has had declining sales and rising costs in recent years and have been loosing money in its operation. Its sad to see it go, but Hermosa Beach is changing as is all of the South Bay, and Southern California.
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