Port Angeles: Kmart shopping center to get temporary client

PORT ANGELES — The former Kmart shopping center will get a new month-to-month tenant while owners continue negotiations with major retailers.

“We have agreed to a month-to-month agreement for Antiques and More Mall to relieve some of our insurance costs,” Ryan Dunne, co-owner of Kent-based BDG LLC, said during a telephone interview.

Bob Wilson and Karen and Dick Wolff plan to open Antiques and More Mall, within 30 days, Dunne said.

The antique mall will also offer an indoor venue for craft and antique shows.

Meanwhile, BDG LLC is continuing negotiations with major retailers, including The Home Depot.

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