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February 19, 2013


Your Friendly Local Contractor

Man did you nail this one. We get really good umpires for the Little League games in town and then when the Giants come to play they send the scrubsto call balls and strikes. Condo lawsuits happen here to. You just dont hear about them becuase of the money. When you see the filipino or chinese roughing out the job watch out.

pat giorni

"Something to think about as we perhaps will looking at something of this scale in our downtown"

It's something to think about as the City gets ready in upcoming months to discuss the Condo Project @ 1509 El Camino Real---the project calling for removal of the Bunya Tree.

local motion

How many units in that one?

pat giorni

15 units, 32 parking spaces w/ 1/2 being compact spaces. 4 stories to Max 55'

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