Angela Serrano’s home isn’t a house with a backyard or an apartment with a bedroom door that locks.[...] Serrano and the occupants of 50 other RVs parked along the street shaded by eucalyptus trees and bordered by Stanford University’s lush lacrosse fields will be forced to leave the area on Saturday as a parking crackdown commences.Police will begin enforcing a 72-hour parking ordinance on the mile-long stretch of state highway between Medical Foundation Drive and Serra Street.“We’ve been saving up for an apartment, but it’s more than we can afford,” said Serrano, who works at a nearby YMCA, washing and folding laundry in the basement six days a week.Violating the parking ordinance, which mandates moving a vehicle at least a half-mile every 72 hours, results in an $86 citation, according to the Palo Alto Police Department.If officers have to tow an RV, the owner could end up paying an additional $385 in city fees, towing and storing charges.On one side, El Camino Real borders Stanford University, where students dressed in athletic gear and spandex practice lacrosse and soccer.The smells of grilled meat and fresh-cut grass waft through the air.Keith said enforcement of the parking rules in the area has been lax, allowing the campers to stay put, a practice that irritates local business owners.On Thursday, white flyers — warped from nearby sprinklers — were stuck with packing tape to door handles and windshields of motor homes and vans lining the strip.In one Winnebago with a flat tire, blankets ringed the sleeping area and a leaf-shaped car freshener hung from its rearview mirror.The family misses its dogs: a Chihuahua named Caramel and a golden retriever named Chocolate, and its big backyard, and watching movies on the living room couch.
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SEPTEMBER 05, 2013
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FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - ON POINT RISK SOLUTIONS, INC.
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