Lytton Plaza and Limitations on Sound Amplification
Original post made by Herb Borock, Professorville, on Oct 20, 2011
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Staff Report: Web Link
Amplified sound and free speech are the major historical issues and events at Lytton Plaza, beginning before Lytton Plaza was purchased by the City of Palo Alto and dedicated as a park.
When Lytton Plaza was redeveloped, the advocates of the new design, the City staff, and the City Council all said the Lytton Plaza's role as a free speech site would not change.
I encourage those who are interested in the future of Lytton Plaza to become informed about the proposed ordinance changes regarding amplified sound at Lytton Plaza.
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