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City of Palo Alto Website taken down

Original post made by in the dark on Oct 11, 2007

Looks like the City is solving their web troubles by pulling the plug!
It was out 3+ hours yesterday, and is out again today.
So much for online library catalog access.

Comments (1)

Posted by Marvin, a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Oct 11, 2007 at 11:40 am

Don't know whether this is good news or not--but the website is functioning.
I did find this gem in the "Business in Palo Alto" section:

"Palo Alto's vibrant economy encourages businesses to periodically remodel or expand their buildings"

Which PA are they talking about?? Not this one. Any business that want sto remodel and/or expand has to go through the PA process--which includes the usual whining about too much traffic and having to have everyone put in their two cents worth.


The picture that goes along with this caption is a hoot also.
Check it out:

Web Link


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