Letters to editor

Lucas decision is a loss for SF

By From page A13 | July 09, 2014

After hearing all the complaints about the George Lucas location, his decision to go elsewhere to build his museum should be a wake-up call to all the do-gooders in San Francisco who think they can direct and control who and what the city establishes as business and entertainment for the visiting public who enjoy different aspects of this Northern California gem.

I can only imagine that Lucas is extremely disappointed in their decision-making, and it will cost this city a great deal in revenue, jobs and in top-notch attractions to other developers and the paying public, who would have no doubt flocked to see and be part of the excitement this activity would have generated.

I truly wish the Lucas camp the best of luck wherever they settle. May the force be with them.

Al Losado


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