Animal shelter to move into downtown Palo Alto post office
Original post made on Apr 1, 2012
In their latest effort to raise revenues and refresh the city's dilapidating infrastructure, Palo Alto officials approved a land-swap plan Friday that involves moving the city's animal shelter to the current site of the downtown post office, relocating the historic MacArthur Park restaurant to the unoccupied mezzanine at City Hall, building an auto row in the Baylands and constructing a waste-to-energy plant at Gamble Gardens.
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