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News - September 8, 2023

City View

A roundup of Palo Alto government action this week

by Palo Alto Weekly staff

City Council (Sept. 5)

Sobrato: The commission heard a presentation and took public testimony pertaining to the proposed development with The Sobrato Organization for a project at 340 Portage Ave. and 3200 Park Blvd. that includes a partial demolition of the former cannery building and construction of 74 townhomes. Action: None

Utilities Advisory Commission (Sept. 6)

Fiber: The commission discussed the city's recent activities and plans pertaining to the expansion of the city's fiber-optic network. Action: None n

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