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Car sales curbed along El Camino

Original post made on Jan 5, 2008

The blocks in front of Stanford Stadium, normally lined with 30 to 50 cars, were nearly empty Tuesday, thanks to a new state law giving local police the authority to ticket or tow vehicles parked for sale along a California state route.

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Posted by Jim M
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Jan 5, 2008 at 5:20 pm

Great news! People need to use their own driveway to sell a car in California, finally. The tired "public roads paid for by tax dollars" used to justify private gains can be filed in the circular file.


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