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Auto mall off 101 now seems unlikely

Original post made by Bill D'Agostino, Palo Alto Weekly reporter, on Jun 1, 2006

Building an auto mall on city-owned land near U.S. Highway 101 is "expensive and logistically difficult," Palo Alto City Manager Frank Benest reported this week.

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