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City faces legal challenge over budget transfers
A resident's lawsuit and a court case involving the city of Redding could upend Palo Alto's century-long practice of transferring... Last comment 1 hour ago | 10 comments

District grapples with ongoing budget deficit
Palo Alto Unified, a well-resourced district that has set ambitious and costly educational goals for the next several years,... Last comment 5 hours ago | 8 comments

As costs grow, city may scale back garage plan
With cost estimates rising dramatically, Palo Alto is considering scaling down its plans for the California Avenue parking... Last comment on Jan 19, 2018 at 5:20 pm | 13 comments

Editorial: Eight is enough
The Palo Alto school district has a rare opportunity to put a term limit measure on this November's ballot without it being... Last comment on Jan 19, 2018 at 11:42 am | 3 comments

 
 
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Supervisor Simitian proposes teacher housing in Palo Alto
To help teachers cope with the increasingly high cost of living in the Bay Area, Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian is proposing the county partner with local school districts and cities to build a 60- to 120-unit affordable housing complex in Palo Alto. Sunday, 2:25 PM | 5 comments

Eshoo: Government shutdown an 'embarrassment'
The federal government went into shutdown mode Saturday at midnight after the U.S. Senate failed to get the needed 60 votes for a bill to keep the government running on a short-term basis. Saturday, 8:18 AM | 17 comments

Around Town: grand ideas; mental health in tennis
In the latest Around Town column, see how public ranked priorities in re-envisioning El Camino Real and a Stanford alumna speaking out about mental health. Sunday, 8:03 AM | 1 comments

Off Deadline: Is Silicon Valley's 'housing crisis' insoluble?
For several decades the cost of housing and its side effects have been topics of community discussion, planning and much (verbal) hand-wringing by government officials. Saturday, 8:08 AM | 24 comments

Ravenswood school district faces looming budget crisis
If the Ravenswood City School District does not cut $3.3 million from its budget, it will face insolvency within a year, according to a consultant hired to review the district's finances. Friday, 9:35 AM | 12 comments

District grapples with ongoing budget deficit
Palo Alto Unified, a well-resourced district that has set ambitious and costly educational goals for the next several years, is facing a financial squeeze: There is no ongoing revenue to pay for budget additions in the next school year, staff said Thursday. Friday, 3:40 PM | 8 comments

VIDEO: Invasion of the stinkwort
Ecologist Claire Elliott talks about stinkwort, a seemingly innocuous plant that is poised to take over local grasslands and open spaces, with Palo Alto Weekly journalists. Friday, 4:27 PM

Invasion of stinkwort worries environmentalists

As costs grow, city may scale back garage plan

Tens of thousands expected at Bay Area Women's Marches

Palo Alto faces legal challenge over budget transfers

Editorial: Eight is enough

Palo Alto prepares for massive downtown 'upgrade'

Bike bridge to connect East Palo Alto and Palo Alto

Tillerson talk focuses on Syria, chemical weapons

League of Women Voters starts teen-registration effort

Music teacher placed on leave following molestation arrest

Board members supportive of term limits, some wary of cost

Meeting set for Tuesday on Stanford expansion

Marking MLK Day with activism

Big questions about accessory-dwelling units

PUBLIC AGENDA: downtown utilities contract; Baylands improvement project

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