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Webcast: Housing at Cubberley?

Proposal for dilapidating campus sparks passionate debate

Palo Alto Weekly staff delve into a divisive proposal to build housing at Cubberley Community Center as part of a redevelopment project at the aged campus. Watch the webcast here or listen to the podcast version of the episode here.

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Editorial: Just studying the possibility for some housing at Cubberley brings a disappointing knee-jerk reaction, from both sides

Should the school district build teacher housing at Cubberley?

Parks commission takes a stand against housing at Cubberley

Guest Opinion: It's time for teacher housing at Cubberley

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