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Great job, Rosas Brothers Construction!!

Original post made by Michele, Greenmeadow, on Mar 11, 2013

I would like to compliment the Rosas Brothers Construction Company, that has been contracted to do all the sidewalk repairs in Palo Alto for this major effort to smooth out the sidewalks. They have been very professional in their approach. They notified us when the work would be done, and have been efficient in doing it. When they had to cut into part of our landscaping they repaired it. They stopped and let a delivery truck come to our house this afternoon when he had a heavy delivery to make. I think they are great. I also would like to give a shout-out to the Palo Alto City Engineer, Jim, who was very helpful to us.

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Posted by Thanx again
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Mar 11, 2013 at 7:25 pm

The bumpy, cracked sidewalks in this town are a major hazard! My son broke his shoulder on one and the city refused to pay his medical and surgical costs! it is a huge problem for people trying to walk anywhere, to the point that many people, especially older folks, can be seen walking in the street because it is actually safer, in spite of the cars!

Thanx, Rosas Brothers!


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