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September 28, 2020

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hollyroller@gmail.com

With the large amount of lawsuits coming down the pipe, (Washington Park Deaths) it is a good time to exit.
I feel very bad for the Dead, and injured people. I have seen a few large limbs fall off that tree in the past.
Nature is always unpredictable.
Bless those poor people and their Family's.

Bruce Dickinson

In Bruce Dickinson's (and my sources') humble view, she seemed to render very pro-development opinions and feared developers suing the City.

No surprise that ABAG is her next move and don't count on her pushing back against their agenda--instead expect her to fully implement it. Burlingame might well end up being her adversary.

Hoping for a replacement that views the Council and the people of Burlingame as more of a "customer".

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