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Restaurants, techies spur boom on California Avenue

With big changes on the way, Palo Alto's 'second downtown' shows steady revenue growth

As Palo Alto officials prepare to give California Avenue an extreme makeover, the arty, eclectic and under-maintained thoroughfare has been quietly undergoing an economic resurgence, with restaurant activity on the upswing and tax-revenues climbing steadily.

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