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where is my print edition of palo alto weekly?

Original post made by where is my paper on Sep 12, 2010

I have been missing the paper copy in the past two weeks, and I am wondering whether there is a change in PA Weekly policy, or there is a need for re-registration...

Or is it just that the mail man forgot to deliver...I saw the weekly in my neighbor's mailbox...

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Posted by Tyler Hanley, online editor of Palo Alto Online
on Sep 13, 2010 at 9:33 am

Tyler Hanley is a registered user.

There haven't been any changes to the mailing policy of the Weekly, so this is most likely a problem with your letter carrier. Feel free to call our office, 326-8210, and give us your name and address and our circulation director, Bob Lampkin, can look into it.


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