Posted by HippieDippie, a resident of the Palo Alto Hills neighborhood, on Aug 27, 2006 at 7:55 am
JJon and HtbSq, No one forces you to shop at Whole Foods, or anywhere else. If you think they're overpriced, or just a status symbol for yuppies, stay away. Can't you live and let live? After all, I don't see all those Whole Foods yuppies trying to keep you out of Safeway, Trader Joes, or whereever it is that you shop - or criticizing your choice to do so.
Don't you think it's a GOOD thing when people have choices about where to shop?
Posted by Mountain View shopper, a resident of the Barron Park neighborhood, on Aug 27, 2006 at 1:25 pm
Whenever it will open I will be there--I am glad that there will be another store on the border with Palo Alto, that I, a Palo Alto resident can shop at so that my tax dollars will not go to Palo Alto.
I am sick and tired of the NIMBYism and the "it will generate too mcuh traffic" arguments used in Palo Alto to delay all major projects.
Until this attitude chganges I will shop in Mountain View.