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Renovations at the Goodwill on Haight Street are about two weeks away from completion, Hoodline reports. Since getting upgrades to the ceiling, new floors, and a fresh coat of paint, the clean, empty sales floor is a nice reprieve from the usual chaos of piled-high racks and shelves. Don't expect the calm to last too long: the location is currently accepting donations that will soon fill the store. The highlight of the recent improvements: a new register layout that addresses the previous checkout line ambiguity.
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