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Rent-free for the six month, Where??? In Palo Alto, CA

Original post made by H Feng, MD, Charleston Gardens, on Aug 17, 2007

In the article "Latte for the train",Palo Alto Weekly August 15, 2007 by Becky Trout, there were many interesting issues. The most incredulous was "the city is offering the downtown train depot space rent-free for the first six months." After the first six month RENT-FREE, "the rent could be based on a percentage of its sales," according to Bill Fellman.

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Posted by Commuter
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Aug 17, 2007 at 7:27 pm

Offering a free coffee concession comes with strings attached. They must keep the restrooms open and CLEAN.

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