Keep it in KellerI totally agree with Jerry Jones on his disappointment and puzzlement about the P&Z turning down a permit for Chick-fil-A and ok'ing a gas station.We need all the business we can get in Keller and I believe Chick-fil-A would be a great fit (even for our Town Center) oh yeah, right next to that gas station they ok'd.Cannot forget that our city leaders cost us a Cotton Patch restaurant a few years back (a sit down eating place), over parking and lighting I believe.Keep it in Keller our city leaders say, well then let's keep it in Keller. Gary Montgomery, KellerDisappointedWhen I read in the Keller Citizen about the P&Z commissioner’s failure to approve a brand new Chick-fil-A in the Keller Town Center I was very disappointed.Chick-fil-A is a fine, nationally known Christian-owned, restaurant chain that caters to families and ordinary middle class folks, (like we mainly have in Keller) and they well deserve a favorable response to their zonning request.I believe sales tax and property tax revenues from an average Chick-fil-A restaurant would far exceed most sit down restaurants that may be interested in building in Keller Town Center.Perhaps the four on the P&Z Commission would be well served to re-think their decision to veto Chick-fil-A's zoning request.After all, Keller is not Chicago. David Roth, Keller
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