When was this program initiated? Did the public know about it? Talk about a blatant attempt at stifling free enterprise to placate a favored neighborhood in the city.
This is another example of the city making outrageous demands of large institutions (Facebook, Stanford etc) that bring revenue and prestige to the city--talk about biting the hand that feeds you.
I guess if Facebook moves, College Terrace will expect those locations to remain empty and unused, in order to maintain their expectations of tranquility. After all a new company that moves in there will surely have employees that commute to work.
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