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Previous editorials on city issues

 

Previous editorials on Palo Alto city issues:

2018

Unprecedented obfuscation - Sept. 14

This week the minority rules - Aug. 31

At risk of misleading voters - Aug. 10

Averting an unneeded election - Aug. 3

Stanford's housing obligations - July 13

Suddenly, a new manager - June 29

Our civility contagion - June 22

A failure to communicate - May 4

Hold firm on office cap - April 27

Of church and state - April 13

The housing overlay - April 6

The Eichler challenge - March 30

Toward less secrecy - March 2

Missing a housing opportunity - Feb. 16

With PCs, it's complicated - Feb. 2

New year, new mayor - Jan 12

2017

Home stretch for comp plan - Nov. 3

Irrationality on marijuana - Oct. 20

The shriveling cap - Sept. 8

Buena Vista's finish line - Aug. 11

The war on cars - June 30

The cannibas contradiction - June 23

A council adrift - May 5

Return of the parking meter April 4

Making amends - March 24

A necessary investigation - March 17

Renew stormwater fee March 3

The retail quandry -Feb. 10

A reckless majority - Feb. 3

A new parking mess - Jan. 20

2016 City Council Endorsement Editorial

Keller, Kou, Knis and Fine for Palo Alto City Council - Oct. 21, 2016

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