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Real Estate - May 31, 2019

From antiques to rabbit cages: Hundreds of households prepare to sell goods at citywide yard sale

Biennial event allows residents to practice sustainability, recoup a little money

by Christian Trujano

At age 83, Palo Alto resident Rochelle Ford admits that she probably won't ever wear the half-dozen or so high heels that she's kept in her closet over the years — so on Saturday, June 1, she's putting a sales tag on them and adding them to the pile of items she plans to sell in her front yard on Waverley Street. Ford won't be the only one selling unwanted items that day. Hundreds of homeowners will be staging yard sales throughout the city as part of Palo Alto's Citywide Yard Sale.

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Christian Trujano is an editorial intern. He can be emailed at CTrujano@paweekly.com.

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