Race and equity: The council heard a presentation about the Human Relation Commission's report, "Black and Brown Palo Alto: History and Current Experience." Action: None
Foothills Park: The council voted to institute a $6 fee for entry to Foothills Park and to lower the cap on visitors to Foothills to 400 at any one time, while giving staff flexibility to raise it to 500. Yes: Burt, DuBois, Filseth, Kou, Stone, Tanaka
Board of Education (Jan. 19)
PG&E eminent domain: In closed session, the board agreed to contract for temporary specialized legalized services without using a RFP process and appointed attorney Wendel Rosen to represent the district in a potential eminent domain case with PG&E. Yes: Unanimous
Draft budget: The board discussed the district's 2021-22 draft budget assumptions. Action: None
Summer school: The board discussed options for investing in expanding in-person summer school, if allowable under public health restrictions. Action: None
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