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Community asked to weigh in on East Palo Alto's future

Two meetings set for November to solicit input about city's broad 'Vista' plan

As East Palo Alto begins to look at how it will update the plan that guides everything from land use to employment, the city is calling on citizens to participate in the process and share their input during two community meetings to be held in November.

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