The former owner of the First Republic Bank building at 2100 El Camino Real in Palo Alto paid $226,803 in fines to the city for not having a grocery store at the College Terrace neighborhood building, according to City Attorney Molly Stump.
Stump told the Post in an email that the city fined AGB-PACT …
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Just opened in Palo Alto, College Terrace Market is a complete neighborhood grocery store where you can enjoy housemade gourmet foods and local and artisanal products alongside the everyday name-brand […]