Regarding the article about Belmont Shore (Times, Feb. 21), I would like to add these comments:
(Craig) Hofman is building a two-story, 150-seat, 24-hour restaurant with no on-site parking in the middle of a densely populated residential neighborhood with narrow one-way streets already filled with parked cars. You suggest this is ". . . a controversy in which Hofman has unwittingly become the center." Hofman knows a large restaurant should have parking and he is hardly an unwitting participant.