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Local business owners: Closed Fort Hood gates hurting sales

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1 comment:

  • SirNose posted at 11:59 am on Thu, Aug 22, 2013.

    SirNose Posts: 23

    I sure hate it for those business that are feeling the pain from the gate closings. What I do not understand is why Ft. Hood decided that the location of the court facility was a good one. It is between two well used entry and exit points that are closed for this trial (hopefully not all trials) and that makes entry and exit at the other gates worse. Why not put the court facility where all gates can remain open. Ft. Hood is a large post. I'm sure there are at least 10 other locations for the facility that would be just as secure as the current location and would not disrupt the normal flow of traffic and/or ease of commute. Think, It Ain't Illegal Yet!!!




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