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5 more people signed “Menlo Park City Council: Fix Willows Neighborhood Traffic”

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Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 16:25:58 -0600

Menlo Park City Council – This petition addressed to you on Change.org has new activity. See progress and respond to the campaign's supporters.

Menlo Park City Council: Fix Willows Neighborhood Traffic
Petition by Mid-Peninsula Traffic Working Group · 5 supporters

5 more people signed in the last 11 minutes
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RECENT SUPPORTERS
Joanne Sanders Menlo Park, CA · Nov 28, 2017
This picture portrays exactly what occurs in front of our home as well at Durham and Laurel Avenues. We need more signs and perhaps the presence of police to help mitigate the situation. We know they cannot enforce &quot;no thru traffic&quot; but anything will help!

Lynn EVans Menlo Park, CA · Nov 28, 2017
Deanna Lin San Francisco, CA · Nov 28, 2017
Omar Kinaan Berkeley, CA · Nov 28, 2017
Sumanjit Athwal Sunnyvale, CA · Nov 28, 2017

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