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Table of contents: Introduction -- Nature and scope of report -- Topography within the zone -- Floods -- Basic considerations -- General specifications -- General description of lands, rights of way, and easements -- [Description?] of structures and utilities -- General maintenance -- General description of improvements -- Improvement of Stevens Creek from Central Avenue to San Francisco Bay and improvement of Permanente Creek from Bayshore Highway to its confluence with the proposed Stevens Creek channel near Mountain View Slough, project no. 1 -- Improvement of Stevens Creek from Bryant Avenue to Central Avenue, project no. 11 -- Improvement of Permanente Creek from Portland Avenue to Bayshore Highway, project no. 3 -- Project cooperation on future Permanente Creek Dam -- Improvement of Adobe Creek from the south city limits of Palo Alto to the Palo Alto Tidal Basin, project no. 10 -- Improvement of Adobe Creek from Elizabeth Avenue to Alma Street (Palo Alto city limits), project no. 4 -- Improvement of Barron (dry) Creek from the south city limits of Palo Alto to the Palo Alto Tidal Basin, project no. 6 -- Improvement of Barron (dry) Creek from Junipero Serra Boulevard to El Camino Real, project no. 5 -- Improvement of Matadero Creek from the south city limits of Palo Alto (El Camino Real) to the Palo Alto Tidal Basin, project no. 8 -- Improvement of Matadero Creek from Junipero Serra Boulevard to El Camino Real, project no. 7 -- [Proposed?] Matadero Creek dam -- Improvement of Hale Creek from a point near Hillview Avenue to the confluence with Permanente Creek, project no. 9 -- Improvement of San Francisquito Creek from El Camino Real to San Francisco Bay, project no. 2 -- Project cooperation with Corps of Engineers -- Estimated costs -- Methods of financing -- Benefits to be derived from proposed improvement -- [Conclusion?].
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