A proposed multi-purpose Goodwill store would bring jobs and employment training, but it’s facing opposition from its potential neighbors. Despite the 33,000 square-foot building at the intersection of U.S. 41 and Mecca Drive being right in line with the city’s mantra for redevelopment in an area marked by high unemployment and blight, neighbors say they fear the Goodwill store may bring unwanted noise and traffic, and could lead to the removal of some trees. It was recently approved by the city planning board, but one neighborhood group has filed an official appeal because it fears Goodwill will use the facility as a warehouse and bring a flow of semi-trucks to the intersection.