Wal-Mart doesn't belong in Duluth

Everyone, unless you live in a cave, is aware of the services Wal-Mart provides in any given community ("Wal-Mart has always been a good neighbor," Steve Cauley, Perspective, Sept. 16).

I am not against the existence of Wal-Mart. In this case, there is already a store in Duluth and one nearby in Suwanee. Our community is the wrong community for a Wal-Mart. A store does not belong in the middle of a residential neighborhood.

Shame on Duluth's decision makers. As far as the taxes paid to the county, great, but what about the majority of their merchandise being made in China?

That is a lot of jobs being taken away from American citizens.