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Audit finds flaws in code enforcement
Palo Alto's ever evolving and much maligned code-enforcement program will face fresh scrutiny from city leaders next week... Last comment 2 hours ago | 26 comments

Off Deadline: Does Palo Alto really need a 'Parking Entrapment Zone'?
I seldom get parking tickets. I deeply respect time limits, permit parking and especially handicapped-parking spaces. Read... Last comment 40 minutes ago | 55 comments

Council race: How they won — and lost
A look at the Santa Clara County votes-by-precinct map underscores Alison Cormack’s dominance in the race for a Palo Alto... Last comment on Nov 13, 2018 at 3:46 pm | 33 comments

Facing tight housing market, tenants worry over uncertain future
Dennis Backlund spends most nights lying awake wondering where he's going to live. Soon the day will come when he must leave... Last comment 2 hours ago | 69 comments

 
 
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Fire Department prepares for influx in medical-response calls
Faced with a rising senior population and surging demand for emergency medical response, Palo Alto Fire Department officials are exploring a new service model that would emphasize education, screening and other preventive measures. Wednesday, 12:00 PM | 1 comments

City leaders vow to improve code enforcement
Palo Alto leaders pledged on Tuesday to reform the city's glitchy code-enforcement program, which according to a new audit is hampered by vague roles, confusing technology and insufficient public outreach. Tuesday, 9:34 PM | 11 comments

School district equity coordinator resigns midyear
The midyear departure of Palo Alto Unified equity coordinator Keith Wheeler has prompted questions about whether the position is still a worthwhile investment. Wednesday, 9:01 AM | 8 comments

Palo Alto Unified eyes mitigation for Stanford growth
The Palo Alto Board of Education is considering a resolution that calls for specific mitigation efforts surrounding Stanford University's potential impact its expansion plans will have on the school district. Tuesday, 4:21 PM | 12 comments

Ways to help Camp Fire victims
Several Midpeninsula organizations are collecting goods and organizing volunteers to help those affected by the still out-of-control Camp Fire that exploded in Butte County on Thursday. Tuesday, 9:36 AM | 1 comments

School board discusses revised police contract
The Palo Alto school board discussed Tuesday a revised memorandum of understanding with the police department that no longer includes four sections that community members worried could disproportionately affect students of color and students with disabilities and mental illness. Wednesday, 8:49 AM | 3 comments

Dharap pulls ahead in race for second school board seat
A week after Election Day, the race for the second seat on the Palo Alto school board is still undecided, though by Tuesday morning attorney Shounak Dharap held a commanding lead. Tuesday, 5:06 PM | 20 comments

Webcast: Analyzing the election

Arson charges for man rescued from fire

President Hotel tenants' future in limbo

Rain may arrive in latter half of next week

Sea lion found outside shelter

County extends veteran housing program

Nearly 800 rally to keep Mueller probe open

New leader picked to head Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Editorial: The voters speak

PUBLIC AGENDA: State exam performance report; grade-separation analysis review

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