305 registered statements
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!
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?
Kelley Colla inside City Boundary
July 30, 2017, 8:31 PM
The section of Hamilton between Bascom and Winchester is already impacted by traffic. I feel that the proposed In and Out Burger with their drive through will be a disaster.
Lisa Grunwald inside City Boundary
July 24, 2017, 10:22 AM
I think an In-N-Out Burger place would be great to have in Campbell. However, I think the location would really suck. That intersection already is lousy, and you guys seem to think that putting up arrows and signs that basically say "don't turn this way," or "you can only turn like this" is horrible. You guys seem to think arrows solve traffic problems. This intersection, though, right at the highway on and off ramps, is often a hot mess. Why not put In-N-Out somewhere on Camden? However, I'm guessing that that would be too many hamburger places in the same general area: Steaks and Shakes, The Habit, Kirks Steakburgers, and I saw that a burger place is going into the Pruneyard. In-N-Out usually seems to be in a large shopping complex. Too bad there isn't space available. The Elephant Bar site seems too small.
Martin Rauch inside City Boundary
July 21, 2017, 3:21 PM
My concern is that in-general, Campbell does not require adequate landscaping. If this is built, I would encourage the City to maximize landscaping -- even though there will be pressure to maximize asphalt, parking and through areas for cars. In addition, traffic is the major other concern.
Zane Marte outside City Boundary
July 7, 2017, 4:51 PM
I'm glad that In n Out is trying to get more customers by expanding further into the South Bay and closer to the Santa Cruz Mountains, but I'm just concerned about the traffic this may cause. So my question is How is the city gonna handle any potential traffic issues in that area since 17 is so close to that particular location along with those who are going to other places like the shopping center at the other corner of the intersection of Hamilton and Almarida, and the Home Depot hardware store.
Stacey Sauber inside City Boundary
June 29, 2017, 8:35 AM
Please do NOT allow an In and Out Burger on Hamilton. The traffic is already bad on Hamilton and a large fast food place will lower the property values in the homes around it.
Ryan McCready inside City Boundary
June 28, 2017, 11:55 AM
YES I WANT THIS. I don't see any downsides. I love burgers - especially In n Out burgers. Campbell will be a much more pleasant place, with the smell of burgers and fries in the air.
Kathy Anberg inside City Boundary
June 17, 2017, 1:09 PM
My concern would be the impact on traffic flow in that intersection. It is already heavily impacted in peak hours and the addition of a popular drive through may make it difficult to get off the freeway exit and into the existing retail stores.
Jenna Skinner outside City Boundary
June 15, 2017, 5:18 PM
I live in the neighborhood on the other side of 17 off of Borello Dr. We are often trapped and unable to get out onto Bascom due to the gridlock the car wash creates. And when the metering lights are on in the morning on 17, Hamilton is at a standstill. Please do not put an In and Out on that corner. The impact to even our neighborhood will be horrendous.
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