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minutes. explain how locals feel about the decision. this building behind me is where that starbucks might open. it takes less than a minute to walk across the street to remix, a local coffee shop. people who work at remix tell me they aren't too worried about losing customers. remix serves coffee and fresh pastries. it even has beer on tap. people who work at remix say that these parts of their shop are unique. and it's what keeps customers coming back. that's why the store thinks people will still buy coffee. even if starbucks opens across the street. some locals tell me they think there are already too many starbucks in ashland. the money that stays in ashland is really important because it'll help the community grow. i do not want to see the money and the profits go, poof, somewhere else. wasserman tells me he's been living in ashland for more than forty years. he says local shops are part of the city's culture. the proposed starbucks will have a drive through and an indoor area. in fifteen minutes i'll explain how you can stay updated on this approval process. live in ashland, ashley tsao, newswatch 12. as you're heading out the door