When you think about it, there actually are a lot of different things to do at the Highlands Village Center off Allen Road in The Hills.
So what would you like to see move into the spot at the far end of the attached mall, in part of a location previously occupied by McGrath's Paint & Hardware? McGrath's moved into the Bedminster section of The Hills in 2010.
Right now, when you drive or walk to the Village Center, you can eat at a number of different restaurants, including Veneto Trattoria, Fresh restaurant, Chu's Cafe, and even grab a sandwich or another meal at Dunkin' Donuts.
If you can use a Tylenol after all that activity — or vitamins or lots of other day-to-day items, there's always the Rite Aid. That Rite Aid has just started making preparations for a major renovation of the store's interior, to be conducted during night-time hours.
Have kids looking to learn? You can bring preschoolers to Tiny Turtle Academy. Or have older students work to boost their grades at Kumon Learning Center.
There's also a dentist, a dry cleaner, a chiropractor, a bank, a shop to buy wine. What more could anyone need?
In case you haven't forgotten, The Hills also has a post office. The U.S. Postal Service announced it would think about closing the PO off Allen Road, but then decided it will stay.
Well, what do you think should go into the remaining spot from McGrath's? Or perhaps some other spot that may open when there's a vacany at the shopping center.
Would you like to see someplace more upscale? Less upscale?
Do you want to have access to another restaurant? Or a food store?
A place to shop for kids? Or — forget the kids, they have enough hang-outs — a place to seek a haven with other adults?
Please tell us in the comments section below.