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News - January 9, 2008

New City Council has fewer Stanford conflicts

Larry Klein takes third turn as mayor in 25 years, choice of Palo Alto vice mayor debated

by Becky Trout

A new Palo Alto City Council assembled for the first time Monday night, swearing in its four recently elected members and selecting a mayor, Larry Klein, and a vice mayor, Peter Drekmeier.

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Staff Writer Becky Trout can be e-mailed at btrout@paweekly.com.

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Posted by conflict?, a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Jan 9, 2008 at 9:40 am

Drekmeier has more of a conflict than Barton. He has lobbied against Stanford for several years for his various environmental causes. I guess its only a conflict in PA if the majority disagrees with you.


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