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December 10, 2023



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The poinsettias look nice out front near the historical marker. I wonder if they are from Safeway or the city?

Jennifer Pfaff

I didn't notice those, but there are a bunch of (well-done cloth) poinsettias added to the existing greenery in those large planters lining Burlingame Avenue. I got fooled and thought they were real--'had to touch as they looked too perfect(!). At any rate, I think they look really nice and festive along with all the lit trees.

Peter Garrison

We walk the Ave every evening with our Westie.
The Ave does look great nowadays.
Good job Council and workers!


I checked on the poinsettias and they are indeed well-done cloth replicas. Very nice. BTW, anyone wondering about the Citibank building across from Safeway that is being demo'ed (interior) I have it on good authority that it is a remodel for the bank.

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