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carol williams outside City Boundary February 14, 2019, 3:03 PM

Please approve In and Out Burger. It is my and many peoples favorite as you can see from the constant attendance by the airport. We need a good burger for a reasonable price closer. It is a great area just off the freeway, close to downtown Campbell but not interfering with the main street of Campbell.

Theresa Reese inside City Boundary February 13, 2019, 12:09 PM

** YES ** In-N-Out should be allowed to open in this location !
I’m shocked this process of possibly blocking a good company from opening is still carrying on ☹️. My family moved from Los Angeles (where you can conveniently dine at In-N-Out), to Campbell (where you have to drive far to dine at one) two years ago. This location would be amazing! I’ve seen many different locations where In-N-Outs reside in LA and when there are more patrons (e.g lunch break) In-N-Out staffs up, sends an employee outside to take orders in person on a tablet, and the drive thru works super efficiently! Design of the drive thru & parking lot is well thought out too!
Don’t kill good businesses.
Do let a stable, community supporting, highly enjoyed business join our great city.
We are lucky they are even willing to put up with so much push back & haven’t taken their business to another city!

Elung Wu outside City Boundary January 1, 2019, 10:30 AM

This location is perfect for a busy restaurant. Where else will we put a popular restaurant? Is there a better location?
The people who are against it- are really against growth and that is bad planning if we don’t change are roads and transportation choices to accommodate growth. Should look at reducing traffic lights and left turns, so making drivers go to next block to make left or U turn. This will allow traffic to flow faster as fewer lights and shorter waiting.

Toni Gregorio-Bunch inside City Boundary November 5, 2018, 6:24 PM

Please vote NO on In-N-Out Burger. Nothing against this particular company, but we have enough fast food, burger joints in Campbell. I am local Campbell residents and I experience everyday the traffic congestion that already clogs this part of Hamilton. A drive through will make the traffic worse! Lets bring in another type of business into the community that isn't going to make traffic worse and will provide a real needed service to our community.

Douglas Loew outside City Boundary September 29, 2018, 7:42 AM

We want In N Out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sandy Paulson outside City Boundary July 29, 2018, 3:22 PM

Please vote no on the In-N-Out Burger at this site in Campbell. Traffic is horrible. It is hard enough just to get off the Freeway in this area. Please make sure and visit the in n out burger places by the San Jose airport and on blossom hill. There are so many cars in line it looks like a car show. Use this site for more housing as it’s close to light rail or a nice family restaurant! Thank you

Anne Nourse outside City Boundary July 28, 2018, 12:59 PM

I know I live just outside the city boundary, but I travel through these intersections on a daily basis. This intersection & and the nearby 880 exit/Fry’s & Home Intersection are already graded a D- (I would give it an F based on my daily commute.) according to a study from 2 years ago: We all know the problem has gotten worse sine then. Yes, traffic will continue to increase, but why make it much worse by adding a business that generates 3,000 cars a day! If you really want to understand the problem look online at the traffic problems caused by In- N-Out in other cities.

Janet Lemon outside City Boundary July 26, 2018, 4:30 PM

How many burger places does Campbell need. There is Brown Chicken Brown Cow, The Habit, Moe's, The Burger Lounge-all close in proximity. I suspect Steak and Shake failed because of a myriad of better choices. The traffic mess having In and Out on Hamilton is not worth another hamburger restaurant.

Anne Nourse outside City Boundary July 26, 2018, 11:56 AM

The traffic at this intersection, and the previous intersection where highway 880 has both an entrance and an exit, is already so congested that it is a choke point for all traffic in this area. It is a danger to our citizens because emergency vehicles cannot get through during periods when peak In & Out traffic would occur. The Planning Commission has already acknowledged that "this intersection is going to get worse--even with nothing happening." So why add a business with the highest possible volume of traffic (4 cars per minute) to this intersection? I am not opposed to any fast food restaurant going into this space, however a project with much less traffic impact should be considered first. Read comments online, other communities regret approving In & Out because of the severe impact this business causes wherever it locates.

Mark Jones inside City Boundary July 26, 2018, 8:07 AM

The task of the City is to regulate traffic for the sake of business, not regulate business for the sake of traffic. I support the proposal.