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San Mateo Co Supes should Say "YES!" tomorrow to offer to repair trail

Original post made by DNLB, Woodside, on Dec 12, 2011

I sincerely hope that the San Mateo County Supervisors will exercise their good judgement on Dec 13th and vote to ACCEPT the money from Stanford, to repair Lower Alpine Trail.

As a taxpayer, in this time of economic hardship for both private individuals AND our counties, I cannot comprehend elected officials refusing money which can be put to good use to repair a seriously degraded multi-use trail.

As a local, who has driven Alpine Road literally several thousand times, I want to keep pedestrians and children safer from motor vehicles.

As a Stanford alumnae who gives to the University, I hope you will use my donated dollars for the public good it has been offered.

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