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by Lynda Lumish, JLS Middle School,
on Jan 3, 2008
Maybe the city is spending it's money on employee benefits, perks for the city manager and to settle lawsuits due to high ranking employee malfeasance.
Right. and designing super fancy buildings to keep up with the neighbors.
Let's face it. Palo Alto doesn't WANT seniors. The prevailing winds are for them to move on, move out, or die so that their homes can be resold in order to reap more property tax money.
Except for Avenidas, Palo Alto is NOT a senior-friendly town.
Let's also face it-- PA is not a friendly town towards renters either.
Renters are viewed as non-entities in this town.
Our city leaders have certain agendas that are pursued regardless of what the people want.
Stanford's Continuing Studies has a discount for age 65+.
by 2030, 40% of our 80,000+ population is projected to be in the senior demographic. That's 32,000 people. We' d best be planning how to adapt to that growth, and the needs that that growth will demand, now.
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