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News - June 21, 2006

Classic Communities gets council OK

Residents' appeal of 'futuristic' design and potential traffic impacts of West Bayshore project fails to sway officials

by Bill D'Agostino

Shortly after Monday night tripped into early Tuesday morning, the Palo Alto City Council gave the go-ahead to a developer's plan to demolish two office buildings and construct 96 units of housing on West Bayshore Road.

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Staff Writer Bill D'Agostino can be reached at bdagostino@paweekly.com.

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