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September 26, 2006

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I remember the people who live around the canyon do not want anyone to know where the "canyon" is.
Is the City of Burlingame ban on signs directing people to the canyon still in effect?

Pete

The "Kapu" signs and heads-on-sticks still apply.

Red-Flag warning.

And to all those children that come to the park on my street, please keep away. Your laughter, your voices, your pure enjoyment should not be allowed in my neighborhood park! The park is beautifully maintained thanks to the Park Department, we have new playground structures sans stars but our sign should be changed to "Keep out, This Public Place is Verboten".

We don't want no unadulterated enjoyment of our public places in Burlingame! Geez!

I love the "Wildlife" part of the Mills Canyon Park designation.

Local teens will tell you about the "wildlife" down there.

What is happening with the replacement of the trees that were removed?( Mills Canyon)
What happened to the replacement of trees @ Sams Deli/Greyhound Depot?
The meeting that will be happening in regards to the design of Howard Ave will probably be given the same "massage" that Broadway Merchants were.

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