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May 12, 2024


Peter Garrison

The Avenue’s renovation has made the street much more attractive. The trees have grown up, the flower boxes are well-tended, and sidewalks are cleaned regularly.

The banners demanding that we EAT, SHOP, DINE are now a bit much considering eye-clutter and PSI-OPS big “gobmint” prodding. Some pavers are getting dangerously lose.

But the Avenue is busy and fun. Yay Council.


Watching people who don't know how to parallel park try to get into that one space between the two parklets on the Avenue is like a comedy routine.


Here is a range of opinions. https://www.smdailyjournal.com/news/local/mixed-feelings-on-parklet-restrictions-in-burlingame/article_ec802102-13f7-11ef-81f2-bb17f8d5f4f4.html?utm_source=smdailyjournal.com&utm_campaign=%2Fnewsletters%2Fheadlines%2F%3F-dc%3D1715954419&utm_medium=email&utm_content=headline

hollyroller@ gmail.com

Parklets are Stupid. They look Horrible. The Fact that Business on "The Ave" is GREAT is an Understatement. Lets Close the Street-Permanently and make "The Ave" an Outdoor Mall. I believe more people will visit and enjoy all the "Up Scale" Business.

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