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News - June 1, 2012

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council

The council had no meetings this week.

City Council Finance Committee (May 29)

Fees: The committee approved a 3 percent increase in most municipal fees. Yes: Unanimous

Budget: The committee tentatively approved the city manager's proposed budget for fiscal year 2013. Yes: Unanimous

Planning and Transportation Commission (May 30)

Rail corridor: The commission discussed the Rail Corridor Task Force Study, approved the environmental analysis for the study and recommended integration of the report into the city's Comprehensive Plan. Yes: Unanimous

Board of Education (May 31)

Brown Act: The board held a special meeting, with legal advisers on hand, to discuss the Ralph M. Brown Act and the California Public Records Act. Action: None


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