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June 12, 2009



Short Answer: The high speed rail will absolutely ruin Burlingame . . . It is a big looming disaster on the horizon.

But regarding today's Art in the Park: the occasional sounds of the good-enough-for-me-train were a welcome sound. The clouds parted, the sun came out and being at Art in the Park under those glorious Washington Park trees felt like a town reunion. I saw people I hadn't seen in years -- and from the looks of all the other folks hugging, smiling and chatting around me, it would appear that lots of other people connected with old friends too.

Holy Roller

I think it would be a good time to recognize the work that the Burlingame Park Dept does to make that park very special place.


Agreed - Washington Park is one of the prettiest places in Burlingame and the Park Department does a great job in caring for the trees there (and elsewhere).

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