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News - July 25, 2007

Housing numbers 'abnormally high,' city says

Palo Alto being asked by regional group to accommodate 13 percent more homes in city

by Molly Tanenbaum

Palo Alto officials are objecting to a recently announced directive that the city should encourage the construction of 3,505 new housing units in the city over the next seven years.

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Staff Writer Molly Tanenbaum can be e-mailed at mtanenbaum@paweekly.com.

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