‘Catastrophic’ loss of ‘Catan’ title Cod bookstore and LCCC bookstore close after two-day closure
Cod bookstore on Lake Shore Drive in Miami Beach closed on Monday after a two-week hiatus due to “catastrophic” flooding.
The bookstore, located at 1670 Lakeside Drive in South Miami, closed for the weekend.
It is one of several in Florida that have shuttered due to extreme weather events, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Cod Books, which is owned by The Cod Bookshop and Cod Books LCC, is the largest online publisher of games for kids.
The LCCc store is located at the former home of LCC COO Scott Cappello, who is also the publisher of the Miami Beach LCCs website and LCCC online store.
The Cod Books store was the largest in Florida, according a report by Miami Herald reporter Michael Delgado.
A large portion of the LCC stores website was taken offline, Delgado said.
“They just said it’s because of the hurricane and they have closed,” he said.
The store is the only remaining Cod bookstore in the county.
A store in Florida is closed due to Hurricane Irma.
The Miami Beach City Council is considering a motion to open a new Cod bookstore to help the community cope with the storm, according the Miami Herald.
“The community is in need of the Cod Books and LPCC store to be a beacon of hope and relief,” Councilman Scott Smith said in a statement.
Cod Bookstore is the online bookstore of the game Cod, which has been out of print since its original release in 1999.
Cod’s website is not up to date, and the online store is not accessible.
The owners of Cod Books were notified Monday that the bookstore is closing.
“We have decided to close our doors in a matter of hours due to the hurricane,” Cod Bookselling said in an email.
“I understand that this decision has impacted some of our customers, and we are committed to doing everything we can to provide assistance to our customers in this difficult time.
Our staff and customers are committed and ready to assist anyone who needs assistance.”
LCC said on its website that the LCCC store, located in a strip mall next door to the Cod Bookseller, is being operated by a different company and will remain open.
“As of Sunday, October 26, the Lccc store was closed for maintenance.
All of our LCC customers are now in our care,” the company said in the email.
It said the LCPs store will be open for normal business Tuesday, October 27.
LCC and Cod Booksellers were located in the same area of the store where Cod Cappella was once employed.
LCCC said the business was being run by “the LCC family” and that the family was in the process of closing the business.
The city council will meet on Tuesday to discuss the closure.
A spokesperson for the city of Miami Beach did not immediately respond to a request for comment.