I for one would like to hear from some of the other residents of the Glenwood area. Many of whom are elderly long=time home owners who would have enjoyed the convenience of a Family Dollar within walking distance of their home. Many bought homes in Glenwood when there were two major grocery chains on 3rd street (Red Food Stores and Pruetts) and miss the convenience of this. The Glenwood protest group may represent the younger, more politically savvy and more vocal of theGlenwood residences but they are by no means the majority.
The issue isn't getting rid of the vacine so it does not expire, as some in this article suggest. But, rather or not the public needs it. How ironic that with this whole swine flu vaccine debacle, just when they convinced people that they needed it you couldn't get it and now that people have given up on getting it they want us to rush out and get so that the vaccine is not wasted. This is a crock!!!!!!