Good Times will remain open thanks to anonymous donation

Kalleigh has made contact with legislators like Congressman Scott Murphy and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, but has not heard back from them. She said that even though her own tax troubles are over, she won't stop pushing for reform to the tax laws.

"I assume that God wants me to make a difference for other people," she said. "The real story is that we need to change New York State legislation so no one goes through what I went through."

Good Times has been in her family for 36 years. While Kalleigh said she could not find a loan while foreclosure was being threatened, since news of the donation broke she's received offers from local lending institutions.


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