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Glass bridge for Woodside residents: one day a Woodside landmark

Original post made by News Guy, another community, on Feb 4, 2007

From the CitizensofWoodside.com blog:

"It is amoosing to note that the Town architectural review board told renowned architect Gordana Pavlovic that her idea of a glass bridge for Woodside residents’ Brian Pinkerton and Rhea Tombropoulos home was not going to work. However after three years the bridge is almost completed and the Chronicle says it is a cowtastic addition to the home. Read the Chronicle article here: Web Link

"While the bridge might not be considered "WOODSIDE style " by the Town ASRB , we here at COWs put our hooves together for citizens of Woodside who invest in architectural statements. We bet one day, this will be a Woodside landmark."
For more from the Citizens of Woodside blog, go here: Web Link
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