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Fwd: Re-imagining Santa Cruz Ave

From: domainremoved <John>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2015 06:37:09 -0800

I'd suggest making Santa Cruz a pedestrian only street. That would attract
large numbers of families to our down town and retail shops and make the
down town much more pleasant.
John Higgins

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From: Menlo Park's Future <menlofuture_at_(domainremoved)
Date: Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 11:40 PM
Subject: Re-imagining Santa Cruz Ave
To: Menlo Park's Future <menlofuture_at_(domainremoved)

 *Re-imagining Santa Cruz Ave*

Happy New Year Fellow Residents,

Is 2015 the year to Re-Imagine Santa Cruz Ave? Should the City Council be
putting the issue on this year’s priority list?

I Imagine a Santa Cruz Ave that has 2 and 3-story buildings with apartments
above and trendy retail stores and restaurants below. Trendy furniture,
trendy home décor items, trendy cook ware, and trendy more, in addition to
the few great stores there now. How about a children’s clothing store to
complement Cheeky Monkey?

Mountain View, Burlingame, San Mateo, have recreated themselves and Menlo
Park can, too. Los Altos which has a population identical in size to ours
is one happening place (and does support the Build it Again with Bricks
store that we unfortunately lost).

But first we have to buy into a dream, and then take action to facilitate

Are you up for this idea? What do you Imagine for Menlo? And should the
City Council provide a venue for us to refine the dream?

Thanks, and please let me — and the City Council know. (

Lee Duboc (menlofuture_at_(domainremoved)

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