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April 16, 2012

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Joe

Here is a "bare-bones" report from the Daily Journal that completely misses the sentiment of the meeting...but that's why you read the Voice....

http://www.smdailyjournal.com/article_preview.php?id=232574&title=Burlingame gathers input for post office relocation

alittlebird

C'mon Burlingame. Do the right thing on this one. This building needs to be saved forever and ever. It is far to beautiful not to be used for another purpose. I have memories of buying candy from the visually impaired man in the lobby as a child and recall the echo of heels on the lovely marble floors. The displayed artwork from the local elementary schools was an added attraction. Please be smart.

hillsider

That's funny...I still love the sound of heels on the marble floors...every woman in town looks better in the post office. A couple of the guys, too

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