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News - April 29, 2011

Council balks at San Antonio project

by Daniel DeBolt

The City Council decided not to give final approval of a major redevelopment project at San Antonio Shopping Center Tuesday, saying that the design had clearly not been finished.

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Posted by cat, a resident of Shoreline West
on May 1, 2011 at 11:03 pm

Actually I identify with "Shoreline East," I'll say East of El Camino Real.
I and many others I know frequent daily El Camino Real from Mountain View - Los Altos - Palo Alto - Menlo Park - Sunnyvale especially, so wider sidewalks, biking lanes and VTA Bus #22 + other local ones are very useful to us local commuters and drivers.

San Antonio complex is a 'life center.' I do shop more regularly now at the Milk Pail, Trader Joes and previously Safeways.
Thank you Councilmembers for being wise and thoughtfully involved.


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