Two sides of the coin |

Two sides of the coin

I am responding to your most recent stories on the homeless center. I am a client of Terri’s at Salon 174 and I think she has a right to run her business without people hanging out in front, smoking, spitting, swearing, or just plain harassing customers. Many of Terri’s clients are elderly and deserve to feel safe when coming to the salon. Also, I have a friend involved in the homeless center and I think it’s wonderful what this program is trying to do; I was homeless at one time, so I know first hand of how that feels. I just think if they show respect to our local businesses they will receive the same.

Robbie Holden

Nevada City

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