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The other Palo Alto

Original post made on Apr 21, 2008

It is springtime in Palo Alto. The snow has melted, giving way to new shrubs and plants. And at the bottom of "Pally" mountain, children gather, eager to climb the slope. After a 20-minute walk on a woodsy trail, they'll reach their destination: the white painted rock three-quarters up.

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Posted by Mary Lou Smith
a resident of Palo Alto Orchards
on Apr 21, 2008 at 9:14 am

Yes, Palo Alto is a very nice place to live. But, summer is almost here and once again the smell of dog dirt is very strong on the 400 block of West Savory Street. The overpowering smell comes from several homes, but, is very bad at 412 W. Savory. Piles and piles of dog dirt are visible from my front porch and 408, It's too bad something can't done, maybe a fine. Not looking forward to sitting outside this summer. If you can help my e-mail is marylou408@yahoo.com


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Posted by Mary Lou Smith
a resident of Palo Alto Orchards
on Apr 21, 2008 at 9:14 am

Yes, Palo Alto is a very nice place to live. But, summer is almost here and once again the smell of dog dirt is very strong on the 400 block of West Savory Street. The overpowering smell comes from several homes, but, is very bad at 412 W. Savory. Piles and piles of dog dirt are visible from my front porch and 408, It's too bad something can't done, maybe a fine. Not looking forward to sitting outside this summer. If you can help my e-mail is marylou408@yahoo.com


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