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  • #496480
    rus
    rus
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    ricospaz said:

    I live in Grandview. No real complaints except the amount of cops this small city has. hasn’t stopped someone from stealing my bike or change from my car.

    Same here. Well, the Columbus part of Grandview.

    #496481
    ricospaz
    ricospaz
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    rus said:
    Same here. Well, the Columbus part of Grandview.

    Yes, I agree on that too.

    #496482
    vestanpance
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    surber17 said:
    Real question for the folks who don’t mind the design …. Do you visit Grandview often? If so, where do you go? Finally, what do you like/dislike about Grandview?

    About every other day. Kroger on Chambers

    #496484

    myliftkk
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    Referencing the Kroger on High might be more appropriate for this discussion. Their redesign and improvements (including zero-setback) have given them a very substantial increase in overall business since they opened as noted by management there. Read into that what you will, but it doesn’t speak ill for having a design that fits better in to the urban landscape.

    If you want to make 3rd an urban corridor, you’d have to propose zero-setback on the site (GY did zero-setback on the south edge of the property regarding goodale, so it’s not without precedent).

    I suppose they’re going to want to add a new streetlight to third?

    #496485

    kit444
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    Snarf said:
    People are sure passionate about their grocery shopping.

    I’m a little befuddled by this too. You’d think someone slammed Jeni’s or something.

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    MRipley
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    surber17 said:
    Real question for the folks who don’t mind the design …. Do you visit Grandview often? If so, where do you go? Finally, what do you like/dislike about Grandview?

    Work everyday and play quite often in Grandview. Eat breakfast at Marshalls nearly every Saturday morning. At this very moment I’m less than 1000ft from the GE location.

    #496487
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    kit444 said:
    I’m a little befuddled by this too. You’d think someone slammed Jeni’s or something.

    You guys are befuddled that people on Columbus Underground are outspoken about urban planning/design?

    #496488

    GCrites80s
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    JeepGirl said:
    make sure to include some sort of accounting for Ohio’s 4 or 5 months of the year when it’s to cold to cycle, another month or two when it’s to hot, and just about any time when we could have rainy/stormy weather.

    This doesn’t sound like something a real Jeep person would say.

    #496489

    heresthecasey
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    mrpoppinzs said:
    Just wait until they officially announce the closing of the VV Giant Eagle on Neil Ave.

    +1

    This is when shit will really hit the fan.

    #496490
    MRipley
    MRipley
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    GCrites80s said:
    This doesn’t sound like something a real Jeep person would say.

    Stereotype much?

    #496491
    JeepGirl
    JeepGirl
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    GCrites80s said:
    This doesn’t sound like something a real Jeep person would say.

    LOL. I very much doubt that you have any clue what a real Jeep person would do or say. (BTW – it’s not what you see on TV)

    #496493

    GCrites80s
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    There’s Jeep shows on TV?

    #496494

    kit444
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    Walker said:
    You guys are befuddled that people on Columbus Underground are outspoken about urban planning/design?

    I’m befuddled that it’s worth 22 pages of passionate outrage. I didn’t know people cared so much about where a parking lot goes.

    #496495
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    kit444 said:
    I’m befuddled that it’s worth 22 pages of passionate outrage. I didn’t know people cared so much about where a parking lot goes.

    Yep. People care about their neighborhoods and their city.

    Who knew? ;)

    #496496
    rus
    rus
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    kit444 said:
    I’m befuddled that it’s worth 22 pages of passionate outrage. I didn’t know people cared so much about where a parking lot goes.

    Apparently seeing cars causes anxiety and depression. Maybe some people saw Christine[/url] too many times.

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