San Antonio Airport may not eat mor chikin.
More than a year ago, Chick-fil-A decided not to open a venue at San Antonio International Airport. The news comes after the state prosecutor officially decided that despite efforts to block it from the city, the fast food chain would receive an offer to rent the site.
The restaurant announced on Monday that it no longer plans to open a seat at the airport, the Associated Press reported.
In a statement received from the AP, a Chick-fil-A spokesman said: “We are always appreciating potential new locations in the hope of serving existing and new customers great food with outstanding service. Although we are not currently looking for a seat at San Antonio Airport, we are grateful for the opportunity to serve San Antonio in our 32 existing restaurants. “
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Earlier, Fox News reported that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his office was investigating a decision taken by the city council in 2019 to block the opening of the airport’s business.
Paxton explained that in 2019, “the San Antonio City Council decided to exclude Chick-fil-A, a very well-performing restaurant, one of the most efficient restaurants in the country, from their airport based on their support from organizations like The The Salvation Army, so we started our investigation. “
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He said his office had asked “the Department of Transportation to investigate and the result was that they had recently returned with a letter to us … telling us … that San Antonio was now offering a lease to Chick-fil -A “.
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Paxton said the decision was “so important” because if “this is allowed to happen” in San Antonio, “then it could happen across the country, city councils or other government agencies may just decide they don’t like it.” your personal views or anything related to your religious beliefs and prevent you from having a business. “
Fox News’s Talia Kaplan contributed to this report.