Monday, June 11, 2007

And That Means What?

"We talked about several concerns in [closed] executive session"

--Councilman Lynn Ballard on why he dissented on Gravel Pit development.

5 comments:

Natalie said...

This is a big, ambitious project. I understand Councilman Ballard's restraint. I am pleased that the city is cautiously going forward, and think that if it is done well, this project will be a benefit to our city. I just hope that the gravel pit grocer doesn't hinder a Foxboro grocery store.

Tyler Farrer said...

You're just saying that because you'll be closer to Foxboro.

I hope the Foxboro Grocer doesn't hinder the Gravel pit store.

Natalie said...

I hope the Foxboro Grocer isn't a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, because then I'll be commuting to the Winegars or the gravelpit grocer.

Actually, I think the gravel pit developers are envisioning a Wild Oats kind of grocery store. And, I am hoping for a good old fashioned Associated Foods store at Foxboro. There should be a market for both types in our growing little city.

Tyler Farrer said...

Wild Oats?

That sounds excellent!

Lots of business for NSL.

Natalie said...

Cool, huh? I think a lot of us will shop both stores. I just wish Utah could get a Trader Joe's.