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Updated: 03/08/2014 08:00:02AM

How deal hopped hurdle

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Shortly after Cheney Brothers CEO Byron Russell bought part of the former FEMA Village property from Charlotte County for a planned food-distribution center, his engineer realized the 35-acre site was too small.

The problem grew out of a realization the original size of the facility wouldn’t meet the company’s long-term plans. It ballooned from 250,000 square feet to as big as 370,000 square feet, with the potential for expansion to 525,000 square feet.

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