Goodwill to remove blue container

Representatives from Goodwill Industries have come up with a solution to its big blue container on Ramona Street that meets the approval of the Ramona Design Review Group.

The Goodwill store at Main and Ramona streets had used the blue container for donation drop-off and storage, but the majority of design review members said it detracted from the community and did not comply with county code.

Goodwill representatives said they will remove the container and create an area in the back of its building, hidden behind a chain-link fence with privacy slots, to store donations.

Donations also will be accepted inside the store, they said.

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Feb 1 2013. Filed under Business, Business Briefs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

1 Comment for “Goodwill to remove blue container”

  1. Lady Television

    I stand vehemently against the removal of this colorful and useful container. I find the bright blue to be a welcome sight in the desert landscape and would greatly miss that pop of color when I pass by. I would suggest that instead of picking on a great organization like Goodwill, the Ramona Design group find a better use of their time and look the other way when passing Main and Ramona!

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