DOCENTS NEEDED TO LEAD TOURS @ COUNTY PARKS AND MUSEUMS
SEE A CRIME, DROP A DIME: CITIZENS CALL IN MANOR SAFEWAY HIT/RUN, SUSPECT ARRESTED

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Less than six months ago, on April 30, a Recology truck's brakes failed near the top of Grand Avenue at Pedro Point. The driver skillfully maneuvered the runaway truck to the empty field at the base of the avenue. As pacifica.city pointed out then, "You'd think that with some of the highest cost-per-gallon trash rates in the county and a cost-plus contract, Recology would keep its vehicles in safe working condition.”

Looks like Mark Klatte's story has changed since he posted on Nextdoor yesterday that the driver was "flapping it" on his cell phone and forgot to set the brakes.

A truck being serviced on a hill should have wheel chocks at the tires. This is totally inexcusable. Thank God no one was killed!

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