Chester folks have again proven that they can find something wrong with almost anything that most other folks consider a positive.
Who needs groceries when it will bring noise, vermin, trash, air pollution and mischievous people?
Kudo’s to the Bottom Dollar folks for realizing that the most attractive section of the city is Widener Town. One of these days Chester will become a real college town, whether you like it or not.
Now, to you folks in the Nova Vista neighborhood, get a grip. Your development is nearly 40 years old. The only reason it’s still considered one of Chester’s nicest neighborhoods is because Chester doesn’t build new housing developments unless it begins with the word ‘Public’. If anything, the grocery store will increase your property value since most of the rest of us will still have to drive to the store. You’ll be able to walk the shopping cart home.
If you want to limit traffic, turn yourself into a gated community.
As the Snicker's ads says, " You're not You when You're Hungry!" The bottom line is that we welcome a Bottom Dollar.
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