Putting the community's interests above personal convenience
Original post made on Jul 21, 2007
But I have found from experience that neighborhood priorities often lead to different answers than priorities suggested by city or regional trends and interests.
I realized early on that one of the reasons I am so passionate about emphasizing the broader city and regional interests isn't technical at all. It is because I feel lucky and grateful to live in Palo Alto and have good health for my family.
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