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Holiday Fund: Rich May Field offers youth a place to play, get exercise through sports

Original post made on Dec 10, 2021

The legacy of East Palo Alto police Officer Rich May lives on at a synthetic turf field where children can practice and compete in sports from morning to night.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, December 10, 2021, 6:59 AM

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Posted by Local
a resident of Stanford
on Dec 11, 2021 at 11:29 pm

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Great this field is there - I hope parks and green spaces can be protected from the endless creep of new housing and offices. Since I came 20 years ago a bunch of open spaces have been built over, much of this by well meaning advocates for "affordable housing", but housing costs now 5x what it did then. The problem is basic economics - the elasticity of demand for housing round here is almost infinite so however much you build you can't push the prices down.

So I vote to keep our parks and open spaces - kids need it to run around and adults to relax.


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