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Portola Valley Neighborhoods

Original post made on Jan 26, 2014

Astride the San Andreas fault, with views extending from across the Bay to San Francisco, Portola Valley's history begins with the logging town of Searsville. Its most famous 19th-century settler was Andrew Hallidie, inventor of the cable car, who purchased property in 1883, then donated land for a school and post office.

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a resident of Palo Alto Hills
on Jan 26, 2014 at 6:13 pm

The old boy did not mean to injure the boys but he's a "dick" of a human to say the children were behaving recklessly and contributed to him driving unsafely. The court will see him as a dope and the boys will get a good financial settlement from the retired lawyer. He may be rich but he's gonna make a nice big payout of money to the little boys he injured.
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