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News - July 8, 2011

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

Finance Committee (July 5)

Trash: The committee discussed ways to raise revenues and cut expenses in the Refuse Fund and directed staff to return with a proposal for a flat fee for residential customers and analysis of a possible closure of the Recycling Center. Yes: Unanimous

Historic Resources Board (July 6)

Edgewood Plaza: The board held a preliminary review on 2080 Channing Ave., a proposal to renovate three retail structures at Edgewood Plaza, relocate one of the structures and build 10 houses. The board did not vote on the project. Action: None

Architectural Review Board (July 7)

200 San Antonio Road: The board discussed and generally supported a proposal by William Lyon Homes on behalf of Hewlett-Packard to relocate a sculpture. The board recommended a few slight modifications and continued the vote to a later date. Yes: Unanimous

383 University Ave.: The board discussed and approved proposed modifications to the site of Paris Baguette bakery and restaurant. Yes: Lee, Malone Prichard, Wasserman, Young No: Lew


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