The article is long, but a good read. Basically, the owner of a restaurant was providing free lunches to the needy (at her own cost) every Thursday in her restaurant. This drew a crowd, and it sounds like one man in particular (who also owns a business in the area) led the charge in complaining about the impact the crowd was having, to the point that she eventually stopped providing the free lunches.
Was he (the other business owner) right to complain? I believe that she stopped on her own before the city or any official made her stop, but if she hadn't, should the government have made her stop? Is there a way this situation could have been resolved that would have allowed her to continue to help the poor, but also be sensitive to the other business owners in the area? Any other thoughts?