East Palo Alto Police enforce one-night curfew
Original post made on May 31, 2013
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on May 31, 2013 at 12:14 pm
People complaining about lack of jobs in EPA need to look a little wider. There are several businesses on University Ave in Palo Alto with Help Wanted signs in the windows. This is a short bus-ride away. BUT these businesses want young people who will dress appropriately (not expensively), speak nicely, and be responsible hard workers.
I heard a group of EPA 5th graders recite a poem about Attitude this morning -- it's all about your attitude. Don't sit back and wait for the City fathers to hand you a job. Hustle out there and find one for yourself!
on May 31, 2013 at 1:53 pm
I was witness to gunfire late one night in EPA, Whiskey Flat. When a police officer showed up and started surveying the 'crime scene', I went out and told him which way I saw the 'shooter' run.
The 'officer' didn't want to know. Didn't take my name, didn't pursue, just plain didn't care.
In fact, his demeanor toward ME was less than friendly.
I understood, at that moment, that I was expecting too much for him to risk his life in order to protect the neighborhood.
Need I say more?
on May 31, 2013 at 5:40 pm
My apologies for the delay in providing the following;
The City/Community & School District is absent of a Public Saftey Committee and has been for many years. Much of the records are
available for review to anyone interested in discussing the, much
needed, re-initiation of this committee. In addition to this, public
safety communications policies associated with our vast electronics
communications industry within this mid-peninsula area should also
be a concern among the residents. Steps have already been initiated
through our 911 Community Monitoring Station to request the
assistance from the Federal Communications Communications [FCC] to help us better understand our surrounding technical problems...[c/o Community History Survey and Safe Day Campaign....
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