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Past, Present and Future. San Antonio Center.

Original post made by Garrett, another community, on Mar 26, 2013

1964 which the year of my birth, was born at Stanford Medical Center, now why is this important, most likely my baby clothes were purchased at San Antonio Shopping Center. I went to Mountain View schools, played in the parks and spent part of my time shopping with my parents. Mayfield Mall, Cupertino Square (Mervyn's), and San Antonio. Later was Sunnyvale, then Vallco.

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Posted by Avid Milk Pail Shopper
a resident of Rex Manor
on Mar 27, 2013 at 3:31 pm

I'm all for change, but do you really consider the four chains, which can easily be accessed just one city over, the "good stores." Or did I read that wrong? What about our beloved Milk Pail? Any love for that?


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Posted by Garrett
a resident of another community
on Mar 28, 2013 at 5:55 pm

I would love for Milk Pail to stay, it is a need much loved store, but the residents of Mountain View need places to shop. Kohl's, Target and (gasp) Wal Mart sell non food items. Ross is OK, really not impressed by this store, IMO. If you shop at Ross, that is your choice, and your family. I just don't want to San Antonio became dollars stores, food stores, fast food and drug stores.