The Fact is the Importance of a Telephone,
the Park Ranger at Paradise Park on Paradise Road is well advised to the payphone and working Vending Machine for cool drinks.  The only other working payphones are inside the BART Terminals (you do not have to pay to get on BART) located just down the Escalator on the first floor of the Tiers that BART is known for as the traveling of the classical underground system of New York City Subway.  The next location of a payphone [this is what a real payphone looks like and you will need to have quarters for the phone to work.  You will need to have at least $20.00 in coin to make all these calls below that are listed {I would believe it would at least get you started}.  At the panic of panic while making the call do not worry as the phone will instruct you to deposit said amount of change as needed, just follow the voice prompts}]

( is at the Horse Barn at Fort Cronkhite, located inside one of the stall type barns (this barn is strange in its boarding method basically a Co-op so please double-check with the Park Ranger first to find permission requirements to put that Phone Booth Room to use).  It has a small waiting area providing a sit down area with a desk and a chair, phonebook and a little more breathing room to avoid frustration of any thorough pushing that causes one to not be patient with the phone system of the following article provided by the United States of America. 

 For any further problems with Federal Operations write a letter to Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom (FYI: )

Contact the Lieutenant Governor

Gavin Newsom
Thank you for your interest in contacting Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom. It is only through open communication that we can continue to make government helpful to the people of California.
Please call (916) 445-8994 to contact our Sacramento office.
You may contact Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom by mail at the following address:

Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom
State Capitol, Suite 1114
Sacramento, CA 95814
as Governor Brown did respond once the hand written letter from a personal loss reached or crossed his attention via thermal chills upon the Internet posting the response from the automated email.  Therefore a call made on a hardline phone is defining and much better for the denial of answer to solution is at least heard and not an automated response system.  7-11 does have a great idea of providing this service however the pressure of all that parking lot and the quick in&outs may provide a distraction and you will need to be concentrating on said subject of essentially the 'Green Card' method of logic. 
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