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Creating A More Vibrant Menlo Park

By Dana Hendrickson

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About this blog: My wife and I moved to central Menlo Park in 1985 where we have raised two sons. A retired high-tech executive, I now actively participate in local and national community service programs. I am the founder and director of Rebuil...  (More)

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It's Time for the City of Menlo Park to "Get Off the Dime" And Help Downtown Restaurant Owners - Now!
Jun 8, 2020 2:07 pm
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The owners of Menlo Park “dine-in” restaurants are financially suffering from having had their on-premise dining services shutdown by the County of... More
"Win-Win" Father's Day Gift Idea: Make Him And A Menlo Park Restaurant Owner Happy!!
Jun 6, 2020 11:59 am
Comments: 1 | Views: 1,727

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Either take him to dinner this week or give a gift certificate he can use whenever he wants.

Menlo Park restaurants have been relying entirely on take-out... More
The Silver Linings Of Social Distancing In Menlo Park
May 27, 2020 1:59 pm
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Social distancing measures have severely limited the activities of most Menlo Park residents, business owners and workers, and influenced many of their thoughts... More
Can Menlo Park Save Its Downtown? Reinvent It? – Part 1
May 11, 2020 5:02 pm
Comments: 28 | Views: 5,211

What lies ahead?

That’s the big question now on everyone’s mind, including those who live, shop and work in Menlo Park. Last week in the afternoon,... More
Hallelujah! "Real Facts" Still Matter To The Menlo Park City Council
Jan 16, 2020 11:52 am
Comments: 2 | Views: 3,497

This week I watched the Menlo Park City Council approve the study of a promising approach to eliminating the ground-level rail crossings at Ravenswood, Oak Grove... More
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