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In California’s Silicon Valley, some residents lament the ways industry giants like Facebook and Google are dominating suburban communities like Mountain View, Menlo Park and Palo Alto, by altering the housing markets, creating traffic problems and bringing in a monoculture of tech workers. Special correspondent Spencer Michels reports.
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With the addition of some new police assistants to our team, we will have the ability to better address the calls, emails and comments we have received on social media regarding parking issues in and around Mountain View, particularly in the downtown area. We wanted you to be aware of this in case you see an increased presence of police assistants who are out to make sure places like red curbs, ramps and street corners are not blocked by those who mistook them for parking spaces. If you have any questions, do let us know. We'd be happy to answer them.
Walking around Google campus in CA. Beautiful area. A few buildings together. Parking underneath. A lot of people had bicycles that matched. I could see inside the famous "Free food" cafeteria. Drink stations. People were out on chairs. People were jogging, playing volleyball, soccer. It does look like a fun place to work. It was also amazing the pride one felt when here. I could just sense inspiration and purpose. Follow my life and adventures: http://www.timlussier.com/ http://timlussier.tumblr.com/ http://www.facebook.com/TimLussier http://www.twitter.com/TimLussier http://www.linkedin.com/in/timlussier http://www.youtube.com/user/timlussier http://www.youtube.com/timlussier http://bigsight.org/tim_lussier http://younoodle.com/people/tim_lussier http://www.flickr.com/...
A driveby of the muddy remnants from the flooding that took place on Mountain View Avenue from Dec 22, 2010, in Loma Linda, California. This video was taken on Dec 24th, after some clean-up had been started. Notice the mud deposit left in the parking lot in front of the church building, as well as the storage unit doors damaged from all the flooding. The flooding went down Mountain View avenue to the overpass and then flowed through the parking lot, into the church building, and through the storage units. It then continued on over the train tracks finally into the drainage canal. My apologies for the quickness of the video and lack of details.
A quick driveby of the parking lot in front of Rite Aid and the clean-up efforts underway. The sidewalk is still covered in mud, and there is much work to still be done. The flash flood flowed into this parking lot on its way to the dranage canal further down the hill. It made its way through a church buidling and storage units, and over train tracks before finally making it to the canal - leaving muddy remanants and debris in its path.
Recreational vehicles within City limits have a lot of residents concerned about the current City ordinance regarding parking. We show you how the City is working on clearing up the language and presenting possible changes. Information on the ordinance is also located at the City’s website Las-Cruces.org.
I'm not sure what the name of this parking garage is (I will research it later), but it is a mixed use building with Carmel The Village Apartments on the upper floors. ThyssenKrupp newer Vandal Resistant fixtures. As far as I know, I don't think ThyssenKrupp makes these "fake LED" indicators anymore, and I'm not sure if they make dot matrix indicators anymore. State ID number: 159907 Year installed: Circa 2011
I uploaded a video of this elevator back in 2011; everything has been kept the same. It actually runs really well despite the vandalism. Note the lanterns are the only parts that have yet been modernized.
With more roller coasters than any other on the planet, it's no wonder so many coaster enthusiasts have this park at the top of their bucket list! However coasters are not everything; other park aspects must be taken into account when reviewing a park, which is why in this park review I go into as much detail as possible about my Magic Mountain experience! Check out my blog here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/taylor-bybee Support the channel and purchase your Coaster Studios Merchandise here: http://shop.spreadshirt.com/coasterstudios/?locale=us_US Want to help out the channel? Take photos around the parks, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and they might just get featured in a video! Photos must have been taken by you, and cannot be watermarked. By sending them to me...
It makes a horrible noise while reaching the top floor.