A good trade-off?
Original post made by Tyler Hanley, digital editor of Palo Alto Online, on Jul 11, 2006
Are the additional parking spaces (about 100) for downtown shoppers a good trade-off for allowing a larger building than the current zoning allows?
Or should the city council pass up the parking and let Keenan go forward with just a two-story building?
How do you feel about these "public benefit" projects where more development is allowed in exchange for parking or other benefits?
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