305 registered statements
Haji Hill outside City Boundary
August 13, 2017, 10:50 AM
In-N-Out will be a wonderful addition to the neighborhood, and I look forward to visiting when it opens.
Surrounding businesses will benefit from finally having a successful and desirable destination in this spot. Being adjacent to the freeway will reduce the impact of traffic on residential neighborhoods, and make management of traffic easier with less adjustments and improvements.
This business and this location couldn't be a better fit, and will undoubtedly be a benefit to Campbell as a whole.
Thank you for your time!
Rose Baaquel inside City Boundary
August 13, 2017, 10:03 AM
In n Out is a welcome addition to Campbell but not at this particular spot. The exit off H17 already causes problems for people trying to turn into Kohl's lot. I have to use that turn every day so I'm speaking from experience. Extra drive thu traffic at this intersection would b a receipt for disaster. Rember, Home Depot traffic is also exiting at that same junction. A restaurant at that site would b great but not a drive thru.
Joie McClements inside City Boundary
August 13, 2017, 8:27 AM
I'm really hoping we get this upscale In-n-Out! It's one place my family can eat because they have good, fresh beef and protein style works for all my gluten intolerant children. We have to drive far to get to one now. Also, It would be a boon to the local businesses, too.
Patricia Stuart outside City Boundary
August 13, 2017, 8:20 AM
I have no problem with bringing an In and Out Burger to the City of Campbell, but that intersection is the absolutely wrong location for such a business. Many restaurants have come and gone at that location but they were sit down, stand alone restaurants. In and Out is obviously a drive thru, and that means a whole different traffic pattern. That intersection is too busy for such an establishment, with Bed Bath and Beyond, Kohl's and the Home Depot across the street. People already block the intersection constantly trying to beat the light and get on Hwy 17. I personally have seen more than one accident at that location. You'd have to have Campbell PD down there constantly for all the problems this would cause. This is a bad idea!
shirley vargas inside City Boundary
August 12, 2017, 11:10 AM
The traffic in this location is already horrendous. Why would this city want to create a traffic nightmare by adding in-n-out burger? Campbell does not need another fast-food restaurant. It will only cheapen the city. The city of Campbell is unique. Lets keep it that way and plan and develop something that fits in with the city's character.
Rene Ramsay outside City Boundary
August 12, 2017, 10:55 AM
The area at Almarida/Hamilton is a source of congestion and heavy traffic currently, with 880 entrances and exits, Home Depot, and the Kohls Shopping Center. Many times I have sat thru several red lights in gridlock here. Adding an In & Out (with its usual long lines of cars) would only make matters much worse. However, there is a long strip of abandoned buildings on Bascom north of Parkmoor. This area desperately needs renovation, why not consider building there?
Philip Scott outside City Boundary
August 12, 2017, 4:40 AM
The over growth in Campbell and the excess traffic issues are shameful. The city council planning and commissions are acting wreckless and irresponsible.
Impact studies... what a joke. Just try and drive any where at 7:30-9:30 or anytime after 3pm...
Winchester Blvd a crawl at certain times of the day.
Terrible. That 6 story...ugly monstracity behind Campbell near 17, what a horrible eyesore. We mow all have that ugly vista...instead of a beautiful blue sky.. idiots.
Brian Mason inside City Boundary
August 11, 2017, 6:03 PM
I am in support of In and Out going in at the old Elephant Bar location. I am in the real estate business and transacting on several QSRs each year you get use to seeing great, good and poor locations. This fits in the great category. Not only is the property located near the freeway and in a retail corridor the parcel, if designed correctly will allow a very smooth traffic flow. The parcel (which is over sized for typical IAO locations) will allow stack up and ingress/egress on site vs. on the street. Even if there is an issue during the soft and hard opening any problems won't last.
Let's not forget this is where we as local citizens want traffic. Dead on a heavily traffic retail corridor near good access to other faster surface roads such as HWY 17 and Bascom Ave. Which will keep the cars off of the local residential streets.
Everyone I talk to in my business support the location and agree the location makes total sense.
It will also help our schools and local tax revenues.
Sia Pappanastos outside City Boundary
August 11, 2017, 5:09 PM
This would cause a bigger nightmare for anyone exiting 17 south to Hamilton and those cats trying to merge to make the right towards bed bath and beyond and kohl. South 17 cars always think they have the right of way and just flow into that lane. No one can merge. Bad location.
Alice Wong outside City Boundary
August 11, 2017, 4:36 PM
I believe this would be a great addition to the neighborhood and fully support it.
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