Kings Park Has Enough...[POLL]

Instead of what you want to see in Kings Park, what does Kings Park have enough of?

Sensing a trending topic from an earlier story about the which asks what readers want to see in that space, we ask just for fun, what don't you want to see in that space.

We get the sense from readers like Steve Platz and Jack Hessel that the town has enough nail salons, barber shops and delicatessens. Would you agree? What other businesses have saturated the area? Answer in our poll below.

mary ellen moire June 19, 2012 at 03:54 PM
I suggested a fruit & vegetable market a few weeks back when Plum Crazy closed. I think that would be great! I remember the days when we had fruit & vegetable stands and you could get such delicious tomatoes in the summer. We used to have an auto parts store where Dunkin Donuts is now - not sure why it closed so many years back.
Adastra32 August 18, 2012 at 02:50 PM
Yes! A car wash!! What a great idea. I would love a local car wash nearby. The three I know of are pretty out of the way: Touch of Class in Saint James; Commack Hand Wash Car Wash; Larkfield Road (can't remember name).
Brg September 26, 2012 at 11:35 PM
How about a local wine and tappas bar with local musicians entertaining the patrons.
Adastra32 September 27, 2012 at 01:27 AM
Love the idea of a local wine and tappas bar! Local musicians! Great idea. Let's have something for the adults to enjoy a night out!
Juliet DePinto December 02, 2012 at 07:28 PM
Auto Parts and a car wash would be great. no more Nails, Pizza or Icecream. Also A nice place for the kids to hand out with Table games, pool tabels, & maybe even small bowling alley.Or Remember Tiffeny wine and Cheese, all the games minus the wine.


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