Editor,

I have one question for those opposed to Chick-fil-A setting up in Redwood City: does the chain not allow the LGBTQ community into their stores? No? Then it should not matter what personal beliefs their president holds (“Chick-fil-A plans ruffle feathers” in the June 5 edition of the Daily Journal).

Maybe instead of grandstanding, David Canepa and the Board of Supervisors can think of a way to keeping longtime residents from moving out in droves because it’s become too expensive to raise a family if you don’t work for Google or Facebook. Maybe then Redwood City wouldn’t need to shut down schools left and right.

Joe Guttenbeil

Redwood City

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Terence Y

Well said, Mr. Guttenbeil! Maybe King Canepa can also set an example by opening up his home to illegal aliens and the homeless to help ease housing problems. Perhaps he can convince others of his ilk to do the same. He may then earn some respect.

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