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Candyee April 21, 2014 at 12:50 PM
Marion,now that CVS claims they are in the "health care business" , all alcohol , candyRead Morean d any other unhealhy products need to be removed ..
localguy April 21, 2014 at 02:14 PM
For those who think only Spages Phramacy will suffer, think again. CVS is in it for the money. They Read Morewill get you through the doors anyway they possibly can with the knowledge that once in there you will pick up other items that you would normally pick up at other shops in town. Spage's will be gone, stationary store will be gone, Dairy Barn will lose business, King Kullen will lose business. When your bottom line takes a hit you have to cut hours or release people. Traffic, forget about it. People already cut through the neighborhood to avoid the stop signs on Woodlawn Ave. The additional traffic could turn the child friendly streets into an accident waiting to happen.
Marion Knott April 21, 2014 at 02:20 PM
Funny but that stuff is gone, supposedly. I don't like CVS Caremark. It's just that when I wantRead Moreto buy toiletries or over the counter drugs, CVS and Walgreens are cheaper. Nothing agains Spage. They are a professional pharmacy. King Kullen aka Blue Jays is fine for everything but their vegs. and fruits. Love going there to avoid Smithtown traffic. I don't even know where the stationary store is. It's almost all Walgreens here in San Francisco and all of a sudden we are getting a CVS. Something is up with them. Spages will not suffer if people continue to get their prescriptions filled there. I don't think many people went their for their toiletries.