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City Hall Opening

Dateline: October 20, 2002

By Ann Zeise

Elegant Glass Entry to the new Milpitas City Hall

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National Anthem
The National Anthem was sung by Manuel Romero

Remarks By Local Notables
Supervisor Pete McHugh
makes his point.

Councilmember
Jose Esteves
 Vice Mayor
Bob Livengood
Councilmember
Jim Lawson

Our diverse citizenry enjoy the opening ceremony.


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Flags in front of City Hall
Deepka Lalwani, council candidate, (in red) and Supervisor & Mrs. Pete McHugh
George demonstrates Touch Screen Controls (Click for large photo of controls)
Gaye Morando, Chamber Executive Manager, and Jean Strange, Chamber Ambassador, show coffee mug and postcard mementos
Barbara, my tour guide, and a friendly neighborhood policeman
Girls have fun in Fountain
Boy walking along front pond
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