Fire Damages Business Owners’ Home


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The owners of The Guac Spot, the innovative burrito and taco eatery on Grove, had a fire in their Little Falls home on Thursday.

Steve Neale, Verona’s director of economic development, says the family is safe but the home is damaged, and he has organized a GoFundMe to help them through this difficult time. “We would like to show them the love and support they have showed our community since opening up their business a few years ago,” he said.

If you can help, the fundraiser is here.

UPDATE: Green Point Juicery will be donating 10% of all cold-pressed juice sales from February 6 to 14 to the fundraiser.

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