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NO on MEASURE D

Original post made by we've got your back, Greenmeadow, on Nov 3, 2013

I urge all Greenmeadow residents to vote N0 on MEASURE D. If Greenmeadow is given the luxury of low-density living over hundreds of years to come with front yards, back yards, setbacks, garages, driveways, ample parking and safe streets for our kids to play in, then we should encourage the City of Palo Alto to sustain as much as possible the same privileges to our fellow neighborhood communities by voting NO on MEASURE D.

If it is not good enough in our backyard, then we should support the wishes of Barron Park and Green Acres that it's not good enough in their backyards. Let's let Barron Park and Green Acres know that we have their backs.

If luxury low-density living is good for the goose, then it's good for the gander.

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