Public Comment on Proposed In-N-Out Burger
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Jason Day inside City Boundary
August 27, 2019, 12:24 PM
The Final EIR shows gross underestimating of vehicles traveling to the newly proposed In-N-Out. Why weren't these numbers corrected? Shouldn't Campbell, CA hold new construction projects up to a high standard? Pang Engineering appears to have made thorough and professional responses to the Draft EIR yet the responses in the Final EIR are lazy and blatantly ignore facts presented. Campbell, CA owes it to the citizens of this great city to provide better answers than "The assessment by Pang Engineering was based on traffic counts at a single point on a single roadway (Hamilton Avenue) and thus is not necessarily reflective of the entire study area" In-N-Out is quite literary being proposed on Hamilton Ave. The City's study grossly under represents the traffic volume in the existing condition and in the proposed condition of the area. That is highly irresponsible and inappropriate for government officials representing it's citizens acting in this manner. I highly recommend the Pang Engineering's study be taken seriously.
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Nancy Callahan inside City Boundary
August 17, 2019, 3:01 PM
I’ve been a downtown Campbell resident for 22 years and I strongly oppose the In-N-Out Burger @ Hamilton Avenue. The infrastructure of Campbell, with just major streets (Hamilton, Bascom, Campbell and Winchester) cannot withstand the traffic congestion created by an In-N-Out burger. Crime has also risen significantly in Campbell and In-N-Out will attract more homeless and crime. Right across the street from proposed site, there’s a VTA lightrail stop @ Hamilton which will attract more homeless to In-N-Out. This problem currently exists at the Safeway parking lot @ Winchester (across from VTA lightrail stop @ Winchester). I’m now awakened by helicopters flying overhead searching for criminals involved with shootings etc.
Our community has been destroyed by the building of condo’s on Railway Ave forcing the wildlife (coyotes) from the creek and into our downtown. Theses coyotes are killing people’s pets. I’m fed up with the parking at the Pruneyard and the long lines at Trader Joe’s. I really dislike what is happening to our beautiful little town. In my opinion, Campbell is no longer the nice, safe and friendly community it once was.
Campbell’s infrastructure and community cannot bear an In-N-Out Burger. Please vote against it.