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April 06, 2012

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hillsider

It's a good thing the city upgraded the culvert that ran under Safeway while they were at it.

sTeve K

speaking of green things: We are thinking about planting a Crape Myrtle tree.

Can anyone point me to a mature one growing here in Burlingame?

jennifer

http://home.comcast.net/~mikepam2006/trees/Burlingame%20Street%20Tree%20List.htm

(try this webpage put together by the Parks Dept. and a volunteer photographer who took these shots in Burlingame). They might be able to give you the address, if you want to see it "live".

sTeve K

Excellent. Thank you.

Joe

We received a full 5" of rain in these three big storms. How are everyone's pumps doing?

3 of 4 are working for me and the non-working one has a back-up in place! All good.

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