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mcswabin February 19, 2014 at 05:53 AM
Sloane is cutting back on costs and using the township as their excuse. There is no ordinance that Read Morewould prevent them from bringing out a bucket and a sponge to clean your car after service.
Amy Guskin February 19, 2014 at 08:49 AM
Cutting back on costs? Have you even *seen* the new facility? I don't think they skimped onRead Moreanything , including a well-appointed customer service waiting area with a huge fieldstone fireplace and tremendous flat screen tv, Peet's coffee in a single-cup brewer, charging stations for people who come with laptops, etc. As for cleaning customer cars with a bucket, that's kind of a ridiculous suggestion: they were denied permission to put a drain in the floor, so they would *have* to wash the cars outside. How are they going to do that in sub-freezing winter temperatures?
Danielle February 21, 2014 at 12:47 PM
That dealership has waited on my husband and myself for quite some time. I think it's a perk thatRead Moret hey drive me from their location to my office in Newtown Square. They are extremely honest. I wouldn't be surprised down the road that they get a car wash system that recycles the water. And Amy is correct, undrained water is a trip and fall waiting to happen
Regina DiLabbio Klugh King January 16, 2014 at 07:55 AM
Norman: Almost every business property on King Street has had a reputation of being infested byRead Morerat s (i.e., especially the old Fisher Feed & Grain). I fear there are bigger rats infesting my native town! People want baby-amusement parks, artsy-fartsy coffee houses, ice cream parlors etc. etc. in that little hunk of paradise. I am so with you -- tear it down, tear everything down around it. There isn't much left of the old original Malvern anyway. But make sure to put something in that spot worth looking at as you're stuck in the traffic jam that used to be sleepy old King Street!
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