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Spectrum - September 7, 2012

Editorial: Suddenly, agreement on trails, bike bridge

After a false start in May, Stanford and Palo Alto agree on plans for improving regional trail system

Just three months after a Stanford residents' group complained it wasn't even consulted on a proposal by Supervisor Liz Kniss to use funds meant to offset the impact of Stanford growth on a bike bridge over Highway 101, a new plan with support from both the residents' group and the university picked up the endorsement of the Palo Alto City Council this week and now goes to the county Board of Supervisors for approval.

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