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Posted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 6:32 pm

A Pacific antique merchant, who was described in an email message as a junk dealer, with the plea that he should not be allowed to stay in business on the main street, said the Pacific Chamber of Commerce dropped the ball in dealing with the incident.

Larry Mueller, who owns Green Store Antiques and Collectibles, 116 W. St. Louis St., said he was promised a pubic apology after Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Fran Kopsky raised questions about Mueller’s business.

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