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Webcast: Rail redesign update; President Hotel zoning

 

In this episode, Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the latest on Palo Alto's largest infrastructure project since the construction of Oregon Expressway — the redesign of the city’s four rail crossings. And, at the 15:50 mark, they recap the City Council's decision Monday on zoning for the President Hotel.

Watch the webcast here or listen to the podcast version of the episode here.

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