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2 thoughts on “City Monitoring Traffic Since Lowe’s Opening

  1. I’d say the lack of additional accesses to Lowes because of wetlands is due to someone letting them get away with a ‘minimal cost’ situation. Is there no program in the City planning books for alternative designs (elevated drives and such) or offsite mitigation? I doubt that time will heal the situation. I know i’d rather sit there for a while waiting to get in than to drive to Silverdale. I guess we’ll see. Unfortunately now, if things need to be fixed, it will be the general public that pays, not the developers. Monty Mahan

  2. I have a different complaint about the new Lowe’s store in Port Orchard. Here is a copy of an email I sent to them. I am curious to know how others feel about this issue.

    I was dismayed when I walked into the new Lowe’s in Port Orchard and was confronted with signage that was printed in English and SPANISH This is the United States of America. It is not Spain. It is not Mexico.

    In 2006 only 4.6% of Kitsap County was of Hispanic or Latino origin. There is absolutely no reason to provide signs in Spanish. There are no local, regional, state or federal government requirements for bilingual signage.

    Many Americans are becoming frustrated with illegal (and legal) immigration into this country. One can hardly blame the poor people of Mexico for trying to better themselves by coming here. But corporate America should not exacerbate the problem by encouraging immigration by hiring illegals or by paying wages so low that only an immigrant will work for them. Nor should Corporate America create a divided nation by trying to force a bilingual culture.

    Shame on you! This is a new “lowe” in corporate citizenship.

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