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Stephen

Fatima was the point in this project but it took a lot of work from many people not the least of whom include staff and management at various road agencies, city, county and Caltrans and our elected officials, both city and county.

It was through an extraordinary amount of work on Fatima's part to sniff out where the stolen historic designation sign was that facilitated its retrieval.

From the looks of what has been offered on eBay, the thieves involved are well practiced at stealing road signs for their own personal benefit and still need to have it brought to their attention that this sort of thing is unacceptable.

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