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carole mason April 12, 2014 at 11:04 am
want to end human trafficking close our borders and monitor the ports and vote for Tim DonnellyRead More for governor of California and let's get some things done. www.electtimdonnelly .com
Art Brown April 12, 2014 at 10:10 pm
Art Brown I agree with carole mason. Illegal immigrants are easy prey for those who want to use andRead More abuse and control others. Enforce our immigration laws and cut off a source of potential victims.
kris morgan July 27, 2013 at 11:24 am
Sounds great! I'll be sure to tell all my very low income and immigrant friends, associates, andRead More strangers about ALL the great free stuff available in Menlo Park/Atherton/Palo Alto they'd LOVE to take advantage of. They really like to hang out at Atherton Park, picking flowers and having parties there. This is good news! We're comin' to your town! Thousands of us!
Cinthya and a friend celebrate their graduation from Notre Dame de Namur!
Vanessa Castañeda (Editor) June 19, 2013 at 10:04 pm
Thanks for posting these, Peninsula College Fund. @Everyone, you can learn more about what'sRead More going on in these photos by reading these words: http://menlopark-atherton.patch.com/groups/editors-picks/p/peninsula-college-fund-to-recognize-scholarship-recipients-in-atherton
Swings at Flood Park
Mary Ryan June 11, 2013 at 07:34 am
Bridgepoint Ice Rink closed on June 1 and we are fighting to get it reopened, but if that is notRead More option with the developer then maybe Flood Park would be a great location for a new NHL size ice rink for kids, families, that figure skate, free skate and play hockey. This closure has been a huge loss. We have a web page, face book page and are on change.org. Flood Park lets look at that idea also.
ronald wardrop June 11, 2013 at 05:18 pm
Sell-off the baseball and petanque fields and the old school for both at-market and below-marketRead More housing. The profit should then be used to upgrade the remaining portion. Tear down and don't upgrade the tennis courts because there just isn't the demand. An ice rink would be great. The picnic and playground areas must be kept.
Alan Dale Brown June 2, 2013 at 10:25 am
They relocated Pennywise the Clown out of the neighborhood?Read More http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPdDdC4go6c That would be good news.
CMM June 4, 2013 at 06:34 pm
Fishing out something innocuous, I hope, such as ducklings, rather than wrangling an alligator!
Alan Dale Brown June 6, 2013 at 01:18 pm
So, Laura - what is the very happy ending? :)
Angelica's Outdoor Patio
Nada May 22, 2013 at 09:02 am
So sorry I can't come--would have wanted discussion about the changes coming in late summer toRead More SamTrans routes; also their KX route and the Google maps transit planning ability.
Andrew Boone May 22, 2013 at 02:50 pm
Nada, send me your contact information and I'll follow up with you. nauboone@gmail.com
Freak Lazaro September 3, 2012 at 10:32 pm
PS: My name is Frank.
Freak Lazaro September 3, 2012 at 10:33 pm
Sorry for the choppy posts. Not too good at this stuff. Thanks to Ms Getty forger generous donation
Scott Delucchi September 5, 2012 at 02:04 am
Thanks, Frank. I don't mean to sugarcoat the Chihuahua problem at all. This latest column wasRead More intentionally light because the subject was "birthday parties." We have written anzd spoken about Chihuahuas many times. And backyard breeding is a significant factor. Still, we have a difficult time seeing how dollars spent on additional enforcement will be more impactful than the incentives we have planned. Consider this: in the six years we've offered free spay/neuter surgeries to targeted communities, we've averaged almost 1,000 surgeries per year. If we had devoted the same dollars and resources to enforcement or legislation, I don't think our efforts would have come close to matching this and would likely have been difficult to measure. That said, we routinely look at many approaches to this serious issue. Again, thank for taking the time to write. -- Scott
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