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Home sales listing truncated

Original post made by real estater, College Terrace, on May 27, 2011

The list of home sales on p. 44 in today's Home & Real Estate section ends early and seems not to continue on a later page. Or am I just not seeing them?

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Posted by Karla Kane
Palo Alto Weekly editorial assistant
on May 31, 2011 at 9:23 am

Karla Kane is a registered user.

Hi,
Due to a lack of space, not all the sales were able to run last week. We'll add the ones that did not fit on to this week's list.
Thanks,
Karla


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