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October 31, 2020



Traffic is also picking back up. How to tell?

See how much traffic is now struggling to travel along Carmelita which is were the traffic that diverted from Broadway is traveling. That street is so narrow that the two opposing traffic streams are stuck playing chicken and diving into driveways to let the opposite way pass. Another thing the city has not accounted for.


I just got dropped from contributing to BV.
I still hope Hillsider will come to my Rescue.


Holly, you have not been dropped--no one has been "dropped". Try refreshing your browser and clearing you cache if you are having issues. Ctrl + F5 in Chrome.


Sound good Joe. Thank you.
It is a good time to get used to lack of shoppers. Get used to business closing. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year may only happen in our homes. Isn't the way it should be?
I believe that @ 50% of the Brick& Morter Burlingame Business's will close before 12/25/2020.
No one can afford $10-50.000.00 a month rent when the daily sales are under $300.00


At least Prop 15 is losing by 3.4% right now. What is scary is that we have that many stupid people in the state. 48.3% idiots.

Cassandra .

I think this is the reality test: if you’ve been shopping at a grocery store for eight months and that grocery store has been open every day seven days a week then I think we can open the schools and go to church using reasonable precautions.


For the "It's About Time" file:

Parklets will be popping up in front of eateries along Broadway, as officials allowed dining establishments struggling amid the pandemic to establish temporary outdoor areas to serve customers.

The Burlingame City Council unanimously agreed Monday, Dec. 7, to terminate the weekend street closure program through the independent business district in favor of replicating the popular outdoor dining scene established downtown.


Peter Garrison

Good news!
And, re: Burlingame Avenue
The Ave’s street improvements really grew into an inviting and cheerful place. Even with the winter trees bare the pots are blossoming and the sidewalks are clean.

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