The Fairfield Mall has been the site of a few protests in recent months.
The mall, which opened in 2002, was the site for a large protest on January 23, when a large number of shoppers blocked the entrances to the mall.
After the protest, the mall announced that the mall would not be closed.
A few weeks later, a similar protest was held at the mall, when more than 10,000 people blocked entrances to and from the mall to demand better working conditions and access to the retail stores.
During the protest and the mall’s announcement, several members of the public have been injured, including two people who suffered broken legs and a person who suffered a concussion.
There were reports of other people being arrested during the protests, but no arrests have been made.
Mondawins parent company, Mall-Mall Group, said that its employees have been allowed to attend the mall since January and that they have been treated well.
But many shoppers were unhappy with the mall management’s decision to close the mall and said that the closures are a sign of things to come.
They said the mall is not doing enough to help people get out of the mall in the winter, and they say that they are worried that the store will not open again in the spring.
In a press release sent to Newsday on February 1, Mall of America said that it was committed to working with the fairfield community to make improvements to the Fairfield shopping center, including a pedestrian bridge that would connect the mall with the Fairmont and other nearby areas.
However, the company also said that there is currently no plan to reopen the mall until further notice.
According to the Mall of Canada, the Fairmount Mall is scheduled to open in July 2019.