Re: “Grocery backs away from paid Proctor parking” (TNT, 2-7).
Kudos to Proctor Safeway for trying to come up with a solution to assure parking for its customers. I have watched with frustration as folks park in Safeway’s lot and wander off to shop elsewhere while those looking to shop at Safeway cannot find parking.
Parking has long been a problem in Proctor and will only be worsened by Proctor Station. Bill Evans is being deceptive when claiming that completion of the project will add 34 parking spaces.
He neglected to note that the project took away parking for 20 …