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Palo Alto Weekly

News - October 14, 2011

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council

The council did not meet this week.

Board of Education (Oct. 11)

Property acquisition: The board approved a tentative $8.5 million deal to purchase 2.6 acres at 525 San Antonio Road, site of the former Peninsula Day Care Center. Yes: Unanimous

Council Rail Committee (Oct. 12)

Letters: The committee approved letters to the Bay Area Council and to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission regarding the Peninsula segment of high-speed rail. Yes: Unanimous

Principles: The committee discussed and made updates to its guiding principles. Yes: Burt, Price, Shepherd No: Klein

Planning and Transportation Commission (Oct. 12)

East Meadow Circle: The commission recommended approval of the area concept plan for the neighborhoods around East Meadow Circle and Fabian Way. Yes: Unanimous


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