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    Walker Evans
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    bman said:
    I was at Polaris and Easton yesterday and both were cluster you know whats with people.

    They were both busy on a Saturday between Thanksgiving and Christmas? With 60 degree temperatures?

    You don’t say!

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    Delaware County Tanger Outlet Could Hit Road Block
    Tuesday December 4, 2012

    DELAWARE, Ohio – Some residents living near an area slated to be developed are nervous about traffic. The 350,000-square-foot outlet, which is owned by the Simon Property Group and the Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, is planned for a location off of Interstate 71, 20 miles north of downtown and 11 miles north of Interstate 270, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

    READ MORE: http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2012/12/04/delaware-tanger-outlet-mall-could-hit-roadblock.html

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    I can’t imagine a few local residents stopping this project.

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    move it to the other side away from Alum Creek.. it will be a virtual nightmare during the summer

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    Mister Shifter said:
    I drive by that place every day and wonder about it.

    I hate to even advertise it publicly because I’m tempted to keep it a secret, but it’s awesome. quit your wonderin’ and go in there some day. order a beer? expect it in can.

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    New Outlet Mall Set To Bring Upscale Stores, Traffic To Sunbury
    By: DENISE YOST | NBC4
    Published: December 04, 2012

    A new outlet mall is coming to Delaware County, and that means jobs and bargains – along with more traffic for an already busy interchange. Tanger Outlets Corporation is building a 350,000 square foot mall at Interstate 71 and state Routes 36/37, and it’s scheduled to be open for the 2014 holiday season.

    READ MORE: http://www2.nbc4i.com/news/2012/dec/04/new-outlet-mall-set-bring-upscale-stores-traffic-s-ar-1264048/

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    Mister Shifter said:
    I’m not trying to be contrarian, but I’m not sure that an outlet mall 11 miles north of 270 off I-71 is going to have any effect on dining in Crosswoods.

    You’re not being contrarian, you are simply stating your opinion, which happens to be absolutely correct in this case. Calm down, take a deep breath, and quit worrying…..I don’t think Walker will put you on the naughty list just yet. But then again…

    Walker said:
    I’m not a retail industry expert,

    We hold this truth to be self evident. It is refreshing, however, to see you be so humble

    Walker said:
    but I feel as though I’ve talked to enough of them to safely say…

    Ah there it is……never mind then. A secondhand professional. As always, your expert opinion is appreciated.

    Walker said:
    They were both busy on a Saturday between Thanksgiving and Christmas? With 60 degree temperatures?

    You don’t say!

    Ah, mockery. The sincerest form of blog moderation.

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    Its too early to be picking fights. Give it a rest.

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    Walker said:
    Its too early to be picking fights. Give it a rest.

    Speaking of which,

    http://www.topix.com/forum/city/lewis-center-oh/TKAEE6D60CEHG22FJ

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    Alex Silbajoris
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    Homework time, I’m just starting to read the stormwater standards for Delaware County, and I’ve already found this:

    The lack of not meeting any of the requirements mentioned above shall be
    cause for disapproval of the plan.

    Needs an editor.

    It’s Article IX in the Standards Manual:

    http://www.co.delaware.oh.us/engineer/Development/Standards/Articles%20I%20thru%20XII/Article%20IX.pdf

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    alexs said:
    I’m just starting to read the stormwater standards for Delaware County

    I bet it’s a real page turner.

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    wpcc88 said:
    move it to the other side away from Alum Creek.. it will be a virtual nightmare during the summer

    Why is this? What will be a nightmare? You expecting some crazy traffic or something?

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    Is there much rush hour traffic that far north of 270? Whenever I’ve driven thru Lodi or Jeffersonville, zero issues with traffic.

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    geoyui said:
    Is there much rush hour traffic that far north of 270? Whenever I’ve driven thru Lodi or Jeffersonville, zero issues with traffic.

    Oh heck yes it’s busy up there. It’s a major crossroads with a lot of activity immediately around it.

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    vestanpance said:
    I bet it’s a real page turner.

    OK, done reading it.

    I was looking for anything calling for, or allowing, anything like rain gardens. There are requirements for detention basins, but it seems they are constrained to seeded (grass) areas meeting criteria like degrees of slopes and discharge area design. BTW any basin has to have a designed overflow able to handle a 100-year storm with the normal outlet plugged. Dang I thought I was hard-assed about designing for overflow.

    Anyway it seems there’s no encouragement of “green design” elements.

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