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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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