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From: Pat White <pwhite1164_at_(domain_name_was_removed)>
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2010 11:32:38 -0800

Received on Tue Nov 30 2010 - 11:33:34 PST

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From: Pat White <pwhite1164@yahoo.com>
To: letters@almanacnews.com; letters@dailynewsgroup.com; letters@padailypost.com; letters@smdailyjournal.com
Sent: Mon, November 29, 2010 8:48:49 AM
Subject: Menlo Parking Patrol

A friend of mine who grew up down the street from me, here in Menlo, grabbed me by the shoulder Friday night in a local restaurant. He had just got a Parking ticket in Menlo Park, for "overtime parking". Not true, he went to the Lorist Watchmaker store for ten minutes at 10 a.m., went home right after. Two hours later, he met a friend at Stacks for lunch. When he left Stacks he found a Forty Two Dollar Parking ticket on his car window., for "overtime parking". The meter maidette was one aisle away and my friend confronted him, told his story and got a blank look and "Call this number" in return. 
After the first of the year, the downtown Menlo Park Parking regulations get worse! The result of another high priced "Consultant" (seventy five thousand dollars) hired by our City Government.
My hope for the "new Council" is that they stop trying to kill our Downtown and stop using our money for high price consultants without any grey matter between their ears.
Pat White
Menlo Park

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