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No More Big Boxes

Published Sep. 19, 2018

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The site in the front of Walgreen’s is terrible. The store’s lilies didn’t blossom this year because there are so many weeds. There are also brown- or dead shrubs mixed in with all the weeds. I have been in to speak to the manager. The first selectman has also spoken to the manager and the property owner, to no avail. Everyone keeps their property on Main Street looking great except Walgreen’s. In the winter, it had mounds of snow on its sidewalk, which it did not remove. I have to walk my dog in the street because of it.

They obviously do not care about their appearance. Let’s make sure, people of Deep River, that we do not let in any more big box stores in this town!

Marilyn Guffey
Deep River