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Posted: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 10:00 pm | Updated: 12:42 am, Wed Jan 29, 2014.

When she had her business in an unincorporated area of Santa Fe County, Julia Castro didn’t have to pay the city’s minimum wage.

But she did, anyway.

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  • Steve Spraitz posted at 11:47 pm on Tue, Jan 28, 2014.

    tilesteve Posts: 15

    I cannot afford to eat here in my home town of santa fe, a hot dog costs 8 bucks at Chicago dog. santa fe bite, 16 bucks, Tesuque village market, 34 bucks for a bacon green chile cheeseburger............grilled onions, $1.50 extra
    and I have no mortgage.
    I eat in Albuquerque.
    not here. thanks, people

     
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