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News - September 30, 2011

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council

The council did not meet this week.

Board of Education (Sept. 27)

Enrollment: The board of the Palo Alto Unified School District reviewed enrollment statistics for the 2011-12 academic year. Action: None

525 San Antonio: The board discussed terms and funding sources for the purchase of the 2.6-acre former Peninsula Day Care property at 525 San Antonio Road.

Action: None

Parks and Recreation Commission (Sept. 27)

El Camino Park The commission voted to recommend using up to $1.9 million in park development impact fees for improvements to El Camino Park. Yes: Crommie, Dykwel, Hetterly, Lauing, Losch, Markevitch. No: Walsh

Other business: The commission discussed the Project Safety Net Community Coalition and heard updates on the Comprehensive Plan and on the city's capital improvement program for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. Action: None

City/School Liaison Committee (Sept. 29)

Teen mental health: The committee heard a report about recent activities of Project Safety Net, a coalition of community groups focused on youth well-being. Action: None


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