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Spectrum - February 15, 2006

Guest Opinion: A 'convenience center' in an inconvenient spot

by John McNellis

I almost moved to Palo Alto before Alma Plaza became controversial, that is, in 1969, but Stanford checked my grades, compelling me to start life at Berkeley.

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John McNellis is a general partner with McNellis Partners of Palo Alto, which specializes in shopping center renovations. He can be e-mailed at john@mcnellis.com.

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