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December 31, 2021

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Phinancier

You have to wonder why the Burlingame Office of Perpetual Sustainability doesn't step in here over these tear downs. The landfill impact of a whole house makes a couple of gas stoves look like mice nuts. Palo Alto makes them salvage the windows and doors and the metals.

Joanne

This seems to be very common in Burlingame more than any other Peninsula city. The more expensive the neighborhood the more likely you will see this happen.
My parents and grandparents would be rolling over in their graves seeing a perfectly good house get destroyed but it seems people with cash to burn have no problem. The hypocrisy is dishonest.

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