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About this blog: Growing up in Brooklyn, NY I lived in high-density housing and experienced transit-oriented services first hand. During high school and college summers I worked in Manhattan drafting tenant floor plans for high-rise office buildi... (More)
About this blog: Growing up in Brooklyn, NY I lived in high-density housing and experienced transit-oriented services first hand. During high school and college summers I worked in Manhattan drafting tenant floor plans for high-rise office buildings. This could have been a career option, but my interest in computers - unusual at the time - led me to the computer science program at the University of Wisconsin. A programming job on Page Mill Road brought me to Palo Alto after college. Since 1993 I consult on bridging law and technology, and serve as an expert witness in Intellectual Property litigation. We moved to Menlo Park's Linfield Oaks neighborhood in 1994. Neighborhood traffic issues motivated my initial volunteering as a Menlo Park Planning Commissioner, followed by a stint as a Chamber of Commerce board member and most recently a finance/audit committee member. I advocate community volunteering for meeting people, the neighborhoods, and understanding the myriad issues that somehow arise. As hobbies I collect contemporary art and vintage cameras. And? fly helicopters, which offer rare views of the nooks and crannies of the Bay Area. (Hide)
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Reporting Live from MP Train Station Food Trucks: I predict that the sun will rise tomorrow.
Uploaded: Feb 19, 2014
As a follow-on to my prior post:
Borrone's Market bar opens
Food trucks at MP Train Station
I predict that the sun will rise tomorrow.
When all is said and done, the atmosphere and clientele reminded me of the popular Fremont Part Wednesday Night Concerts during the summer. There are 10 trucks, and it all fit in the allotted space better than I imagined.
No, I didn't try the fare.
Be sure to stop by Borrone's MarketBar also.
(The cluster of food trucks also reminds me of the former Liddicoats Market on University Avenue in Palo Alto in the 80's- a large store with about 15 individual stalls with cuisines of various origins and styles. This was one of my favorites.)
What is it worth to you?
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