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From: domainremoved <Pat>
Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2015 18:22:56 +0000

Council, the new "Wells Fargo Park" is laughable. You have taken away 4 or 5 parking spaces in Downtown. We cannot afford to lose Parking, not at all.

Now as for your next meeting, How can you waste time on the El Camino Real Bicycle issue. Here you have a small but vocal group trying to bully you & the City into putting a bike lane next to cars, trucks & buses. How many individuals will be hurt, maimed or even killed between Valparaiso and the Creek to the South, before you realize your error?
The majority of our citizens travel by car. Two wage earner families go different ways each day to their jobs & then return to move the kids to tutors, after-school sports or Church activities. Bikes should be mandated to be walked in the downtown area & banned from El Camino Real(tickets should be equal to the cost of parking tickets).
The blood of your Citizens will be on your hands!

Pat White

Menlo Oak Capital Group, LLC

885 Oak Grove Avenue, Suite 208
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Tel 650.375.2636 | Fax 650.376.1494
Toll Free 877.330.2414



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