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Original post made on Aug 7, 2014

Blossoming magnolia trees grace the streets, offering sweet fragrances in early spring. An abundance of multi-colored azaleas, hydrangeas, roses, daffodils and tulips decorate plush, well-manicured gardens.

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Posted by Thomas Charters
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Aug 7, 2014 at 4:37 am

Bill and Mary Hughes, retired from Hyatt Corporation and Stanford University are the quality of people who make up Old Palo Alto. They raised three boys and have contributed to the to the City in many way over a number of years. There are many other families like the Hughes' that make Palo Alto a great place to live.


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