Saturday, November 17, 2012
A look back at some of the comments Wayland Patch readers left on articles this week.
Weekly Question: Are You Worried About Town Center Traffic? "As a cyclist I am concerned that more wasn't done to make room for cycling to and from Town Center. It would be nice if residents could leave the car at home." - Michele C "Feeling a little nervous being a merchant (Michelle's Jewelry Boutique) on rte 20...but honestly any change is nerve wracking and the town needs this jolt of juice for the revenue and to keep up with competitive surrounding towns. I welcome the traffic. It just might make a huge difference in exposure for my store." - Michelle Meltzer Town Center Traffic Restrictions Go Into Effect Friday "I appreciate the attempt to decrease cut through traffic but at the same time these restrictions are seriously …
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Big police and business news this week got Wayland talking; here's a roundup of some comments on Wayland Patch.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Town Center Stop & Shop Becomes Hub for Hurricane Sandy Donations - "Thank you Cynthia! I will pass on to siblings in area. You do so much to help others and make it so easy for others to help as well......you are beautiful....thank you." - Megan Kelley Town Center Store Owner is All About the Wine, Food Experience - "I'm really looking forward to this store opening. I think it will be a great addition to Wayland Town Center." - Jen Selectmen to Discuss Traffic Flow Adjustments and More - "Re: Traffic Flow. There are now signs at the Moore Road, Glezen Lane, and Training Field intersections with Rt. 126 which say, "No access to Town Center. Use Rt. 126." First of all, historically the Town Center of Wayland is something other than a …
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Here's a quick look at some of the things Wayland patch readers had to say this week. Not surprisingly, Hurricane Sandy and the Finnerty's site top the list.
Veteran Restauranteurs Excited to Bring Their Vision to Finnerty's Site - "This sounds great! Do you like the idea of adding the establishment to the Finnerty's development? If so, then be prepared to get excited about CVS too because without them, this does not exist! Thanks, guys, for working to make this project as great as it can be given all the business and zoning rules that apply!" - Jeff Baron - "Still shilling for these guys?? Once again, the safety concerns and traffic issues preclude the CVS. There cannot be a curbcut across from the fire station and the drivethrough is an environmental and traffic issue. I am all for the restaurant and it is permitted under applicable zoning. If the project is untenable without CVS, that is …
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
We do value your comments even if they aren't showing up on the site.
Patch is always working to improve itself. That means everything from professional training for our writers to website upgrades and changes to make your experience better. We want to make life ridiculously easy for you, after all. But sometimes technology doesn't cooperate. Our latest round of website upgrades created some bugs in our article commenting system. We know some of our readers have left comments that have yet to appear on the site, and we're working diligently to get those comments up on the site. Your thoughts and comments are valuable to us and, more importantly, they're valuable to you and your neighbors. So, please don't give up on talking with one another on Wayland Patch. We'll get this worked out. Please keep your …