Here's the link:
It seems to me that what we have here is yet another example of corporate America trying to control small towns to suit their needs. We have a City Council that determines city laws based on the needs of the community. How in the world is it possible for a corporate entity to sue us just so they can dispense drugs to people through a drive-through window?!? How did we get to this point?
This also flies in the face of the Armstrong Developer's representative spewing his desire to be Sebastopol's "next great citizen". He was referring to CVS way back in August and that has always stuck with me.
The moratorium on drive through windows in Sebastopol got it's start under the Bob Green chaired Planning Commission when they denied Amy's a permit for a drive-through. This is not about CVS as their lawyer states in the piece by David Abbott. The drive-through window has always been a point of contention because...
THE CITIZENS DON'T WANT IT!
Anyone smell boycott?