Palo Alto Weekly

News - June 11, 2010

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council (June 7)

Police building: The council held a study session to discuss the city's options for a new public-safety building. The council discussed a new report analyzing options for expanding the current police headquarters at the Civic Center. Action: None

Stanford Hospital: The council began its review of the Land Use chapter of the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Stanford University Medical Center expansion project. The council discussed the hospital project's compatibility with the Comprehensive Plan and decided to continue the discussion on June 14. Action: None

Board of Education (June 8)

Cubberley real estate: The board disclosed that two of its members, Dana Tom and Camille Townsend, met with representatives of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District and the City of Palo Alto to prepare for a June 16 meeting regarding the college district's interest in purchasing part of the Cubberley Community Center. Action: None

Planning and Transportation Commission (June 9)

Stanford Hospital: The commission discussed the Visual Quality, Biological Resources and Cultural Resources chapters of the Draft Environmental Impact Report for Stanford University's proposed expansion of its hospital facilities. The review was the second in a series of five commission reviews of the DEIR for the Stanford University project. Action: None

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