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Re: “No Budging

Given the HUGE people activity at Reid Park, 10 p.m. curfew, that even N & Out Burger closes at midnight - it is so sad for this midtown area to be subject to the overnight noise & crime that Walmart historically attracts (just google crime & Walmart).
Is the City so anxious to please because Walmart is in the Rio Nuevo tax collection corridor. How sad that the city can't negotiate business opportunities with ElCon Mall owners so they would be bringing in more customer friendly businesses. If this was a Petsmart, Michaels or Sunflower it would be a healthier option for Tucson. Sadly I had to do quite a bit of shopping at Walmarts - they are positioned next to every rural Army post (Ft Polk). Never saw a bigger wall of cheap pastries. Is the WalMart food plan what we want for a healthier Tucson. Please Tucson, Say NO to junk groceries - NO to guns & ammo sales across from the park & BASIS school - NO to Midnight to 7 am traffic & sales. THANKS for caring

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Posted by Wyn on 02/19/2011 at 10:22 AM

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