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mppd_smart_car_3Menlo Park Police Department City Service Officers Tom Dayharsh (L) and Rich Bell smile as they prepare to put MPPD’s latest  ‘cruiser’ into service on its first day.

The car, a Smart ForTwo, was purchased under the Federal ‘cash for clunkers’ program and joins a golf-cart-sized Cushman  in the Parking Enforcement fleet. Dayharsh and Bell say they will alternate driving the two vehicles. The car is equipped with a tiny low-profile light bar at the rear and reportedly gets 33mpg around town – no word on the Cushman’s mileage.

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Yet more traffic enforcement in Menlo Park

A Menlo Park Police Department motor officer tickets one of two motorists pulled over on Oak Ave. between Bay Laurel and Oak Knoll Lane at about 2:45 P.M. today. Two motor officers were seen busily policing the intersection of Oak Grove and El Camino this morning at about 9:30 A.M.. Our correspondants are reporting a […]

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