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PUBLIC AGENDA: High school graduation requirements; Plans for Edgewood Plaza

Original post made on Jan 30, 2012

A preview of Palo Alto government meetings next week.

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Posted by M
a resident of University South
on Jan 30, 2012 at 7:05 pm

On Edgewood Plaza, it would be great if, somehow, this project could move forward, Every time I go by this plaza, I feel like it should be renamed "NIMBY Plaza" becasue of all the stupid opposition by some Palo Alto residents.

Looking at the plan, it still seems like there would not be enough parking for the store plus retail and 10 housing units.

Dear Palo Alto PLEASE move forward and do something with this plaza.

Also Edgewood Plaza should be renamed A. Quincy Jones Plaza after the architect who originally designed it (Eichler was a developer).

Thanks


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