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Broken Traffic Signal: City Employee refuses to have fixed

Original post made by Stephen Rock, Adobe-Meadow, on Jan 14, 2009

As you can read below, one of our employees has failed to do her job and get the traffic lights in Palo Alto working. As of a few days

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Posted by Neighbor
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Jan 14, 2009 at 2:11 pm

I don't think posting your complained on Palo Alto Town Square is going to help you much at all. However, you are correct the pedestrian signal at Middlefield and East Charleston is out but if you're careful you can still cross the street safely.

Thank you City Departments for all your help

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