Camp Curtin BBQ restaurant closing; site licensed for medical marijuana dispensary

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    ssauro@pennlive.com Reaching with a pair of long, metal tongs, James Cooper pulled a rack of ribs from a smoker Saturday afternoon outside of his Harrisburg restaurant, Camp Curtin Bar-B-Que Station. From there, he headed back inside, moving toward the kitchen, passing dozens of customers surrounding the restaurant’s counter in a line stretching toward the door. “We underestimated the crowd,” Cooper said, clearly stressed. After 30 years in business, Saturday was the restaurant’s last day. The crowd was made up of stalwart diners and some first-timers, all looking to get a taste of Cooper’s dishes before it was gone. A number of those customers discussed what the property will look like if it becomes a medical marijuana dispensary. Camp Curtin BBQ restaurant closing; site licensed for medical marijuana dispensary

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