Highland In-N-Out Burger still in limbo

Highland In-N-Out Burger still in limbo

There are 17 comments on the San Bernardino County Sun story from Jan 17, 2010, titled Highland In-N-Out Burger still in limbo. In it, San Bernardino County Sun reports that:

It's still uncertain if residents here will one day be able to pick up juicy double-doubles, real ice cream shakes or fresh cut fries at a home town In-N-Out Burger.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at San Bernardino County Sun.

this happens alot

Burbank, CA

#1 Jan 17, 2010
No double double for you Highland
read

Loma Linda, CA

#2 Jan 17, 2010
why it will just get rob
Mark Buterbaugh

Cathedral City, CA

#3 Jan 17, 2010
I love In-N-Out Burger,No more limbo start building give me and my family a four by four.

Thanks, [email protected]
Xeno

Palmdale, CA

#4 Jan 17, 2010
The Highland city council is forever chasing away buisnesses who add tax revenue to the city. We need new leadership on the Highland City Council!

Draft Mike Smith!
Messiah

Riverside, CA

#5 Jan 17, 2010
"An In-N-Out Burger would put Highland on the map"

No, a diamond mine would put Highland on the map. A fast food place is just another source of heart disease. Unless that's what this guys wants Highland to be "on the map" for.
In N Out Burger

Barstow, CA

#6 Jan 18, 2010
Thank You.
Redlands Resident

Fort Worth, TX

#7 Jan 18, 2010
Xeno, It is not the city stopping anything. It is an agreement with the sign owner. Stop making an issue out of something that is not.
Second Amendment

United States

#8 Jan 18, 2010
Since the Del Taco went in on Greenspot Road, it's amazing how much Del Taco trash is showing up on feeder streets in the City.

Bakers trash has been on the feeder streets for years, but the Del Taco trash added a visible increase.

Every drive thru should be required to laser etch the license plate number of customers onto the paper products that enclose their orders, providing a simple means of tracking down the resident pigs in the community.

“Timing & Distance!”

Since: Jul 08

Topanga, CA

#9 Jan 18, 2010
Second Amendment wrote:
Every drive thru should be required to laser etch the license plate number of customers onto the paper products that enclose their orders, providing a simple means of tracking down the resident pigs in the community.
now that wss fun to read
crazy world

Claremont, CA

#10 Jan 18, 2010
Messiah wrote:
"An In-N-Out Burger would put Highland on the map"
No, a diamond mine would put Highland on the map. A fast food place is just another source of heart disease. Unless that's what this guys wants Highland to be "on the map" for.
when i go to an in/out or any other fast food, it's that "fast food". i don't need politicians are idiots like you to tell me what i should eat or not eat. if we can only regulate idiots like you then i'm in. this is to all the fat asses, eat 1 burger and not 20 in a sitting. moving your jaw to chew is not consider exercise so get off you fat ass so you can still whatever you want and not be 500lbs. have americans become so dumb that they need someone to tell them common senses?
mr mcgoobs

Norman, OK

#11 Jan 18, 2010
Bring an In-n-out to Altus Oklahoma !!!!!!!! please
Anonymous

Highland, CA

#12 Jan 18, 2010
I'm all for another In-N-Out location, but they already have two locations in San Bernardino. The franchise really needs to open a location east of the area... Maybe off the 10 freeway in Calimesa, Beaumont, or Banning. Once you go east on the 10 freeway, passed San Bernardino, the next In-N-Out isn't until almost the city of Indio!
dotcommons

United States

#13 Jan 19, 2010
Second Amendment wrote:
Since the Del Taco went in on Greenspot Road, it's amazing how much Del Taco trash is showing up on feeder streets in the City.
Bakers trash has been on the feeder streets for years, but the Del Taco trash added a visible increase.
Every drive thru should be required to laser etch the license plate number of customers onto the paper products that enclose their orders, providing a simple means of tracking down the resident pigs in the community.
Now someone is talkin' sense, BRAVO!
If anyone is developing technology that would make this possible,
maybe they could also research a way to micro-RFID individual cigarette
filters.

Then you are free to toss your butts wherever you please,
as long as you're O.K. with a bench warrant.
this happens alot

Burbank, CA

#14 Jan 19, 2010
Second Amendment wrote:
Since the Del Taco went in on Greenspot Road, it's amazing how much Del Taco trash is showing up on feeder streets in the City.
Bakers trash has been on the feeder streets for years, but the Del Taco trash added a visible increase.
Every drive thru should be required to laser etch the license plate number of customers onto the paper products that enclose their orders, providing a simple means of tracking down the resident pigs in the community.
that would be you
brady

San Bernardino, CA

#16 Apr 1, 2010
what elsed is going in this new shoping center???
Mike C

Covina, CA

#17 Apr 1, 2010
Redlands Resident wrote:
Xeno, It is not the city stopping anything. It is an agreement with the sign owner. Stop making an issue out of something that is not.
Ignore him. He's a dweeb.
Tiger is the best

Austin, TX

#18 Apr 1, 2010
Babba booey

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