Public Comment on Proposed In-N-Out Burger
305 registered statements
Andy Green outside City Boundary
June 10, 2017, 10:24 AM
Traffic is already a major issue for that area. Currently, the congestion from the Highway 17 South off-ramp traffic combining with cars on Hamilton merging over into the right lane of Hamilton to turn onto Almarida is very bad. Add to that the holiday shopping gridlock from Fry's, Home Depot, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Kohl's that occurs from the day after Thanksgiving until New Years and we have a massive problem on the surface streets and Highway 17. Adding a fast food restaurant at that site will make this worse; letting them have a drive through lane makes it intolerable. This is not a NIMBY complaint. The tangible impact on the residents in the neighborhood is unacceptable. This is a Campbell issue that also impacts those of us who live in the San Jose part of Hamann Park. Please do not allow this to go forward.
Becky Cohn outside City Boundary
June 10, 2017, 9:06 AM
Utter disappointment!! Still bummed Elephant Bar left. Why not bring something new to the area?? We do not need another fast food joint. A nice steak or seafood, or international cuisine.
In-N-Out?! You want a burger...get one across the street at the Home Depot diner.
Doña Con inside City Boundary
June 9, 2017, 7:04 PM
No thanks, we already have enough traffic at this intersection. Sorry In n out, campbell is not for you at the moment.
Mary Byler outside City Boundary
June 9, 2017, 6:47 PM
My name is Mary Byler and i live on Ginger Lane and I totally oppose this proposal. That intersection is already a nightmare with Frys, Kohls, Panera and the highway 17 traffic. Where will the drive thru line be? Out in the street traffic?There is no room to park period. I will not go anywhere near this area not frequent the shops as I do weekly today. Very bad idea. No no no
JUDY ERLANDSON inside City Boundary
June 9, 2017, 5:45 PM
Regarding the permit for Inn and Out Burger to take over the old Elephant Bar site my response is a resounding "NO!" There has been a quality restaurant on that site since I moved into this area back in 1973.
With the addition of Home Depot, Staples, Frys and now the Kohl's/Pannera/Bed, Bath, etc complex the traffic in the Hamilton Ave. area has increased tremendously - we don't need or want a fast food business here that will attract a higher volume of traffic. Inn & Out is not the kind of establishment that will enhance the area or the image of our town. Hopefully this time the Mayor and Council will listen.
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