[See] On February 15th, the News reported that Shaw’s will close unless a replacement chain can be found. If Shaw’s were to close, it would turn the neighborhood into an urban “food desert,” with limited or no availability of fresh fruits and vegetables.

[Click] Some city residents have suggested their own idea for how the storecould be converted to an indoor community-run market: http://seeclickfix.com/issues/18190

[Fix] Others, led by the Greater Dwight Development Corporation, are planning a community meeting for Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the community police substation at 130 Edgewood Ave to discuss how they can help convince any potential grocery chain to move in. The Whalley Avenue Special Services District is also working with the Economic Development Corporation of New Haven to find a replacement chain.