By Mike Hazlip—
Kelsee’s Purse thrift shop, which had initially closed its doors for good in January but announced plans to reopen in February, announced its new business hours this week and confirmed it is still open and “still helping the community.”
In an initial announcement of reopening on Feb. 4, the thrift shop said new hours would be forthcoming. Operating hours are now Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. The business is closed Sundays and Mondays.
The shop is located at 7044 Sunrise Blvd., in the Copperwood Square shopping plaza.
Kelsee’s Purse owner Ildiko Carpenter previously told The Sentinel she was able to come to an agreement with the landlord that will allow the business to stay. Carpenter said she could not give any details of the new terms, but Kelsee’s Purse will continue to operate at the same location with a new focus on furniture.
Copperwood Square is managed by San Diego-based Strategic Asset Management Group. Carpenter told The Sentinel previously the company has been understanding with COVID-related loss of income, but she has not seen the same attention with the recent maintenance issues.
A spokesman for Strategic Asset Management Group, Dan Chiavario, told The Sentinel previously the company works to correct any problems related to maintenance and repairs.
By Mike Hazlip—
Kelsee's Purse thrift shop, which had initially closed its doors for good in January but announced plans to reopen in February, announced its new business hours this week and confirmed it is still open and "still helping the community."
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