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The Merc outs the measure D donors

Original post made by Mr.Recycle, Duveneck/St. Francis, on Oct 24, 2013

No surprise, Palo Alto Housing Corporation has " officially" pumped $111,000 into yes on D so far. [Portion removed.] They should consider the long term damage to their reputation. Larry Klein and Gail Price also are backing Yes on D with their checkbook. PAHC alone is out spending all of No on D 4 to 1.

Other Yes on D donors include Palo Alto-based Sunshine Quality Services, David Dunlop executive vice president at Segue Construction, and housing developer Eden Housing. Follow the money folks...

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