The trouble with Wal-Mart

06/07/2014 10:06 AM

06/09/2014 4:40 PM

Re "Wal-Mart planning superstore in Sacramento's Delta Shores project" (City Beat, June 6): We've added over 200,000 jobs in California, but what jobs? My fears that Delta Shores would be like a mini-Elk Grove in South Sac have been confirmed with the announcement of the Wal-Mart Supercenter as anchor store.

Thanks, but no thanks. I will continue to shop at the Raley's stores where employees earn a decent union wage. Wal-Mart interested in community? Please. Wal-Mart is interested in profits, not people.

-- Catherine C. Moyer, Sacramento

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