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Almanac editorial: No on Measure M
When they vote on Measure M this fall, Menlo Park residents will be participating in what may be the most consequential ballot-box... Last comment 12 minutes ago | 117 comments

Letter: Don't split vote in health care district race
I hope by now enough voters are aware of how our taxes continue to go to what is renamed a health care district — renamed... Last comment 1 hour ago | 21 comments

Menlo Park: More than 200 at hearing on Mandarin school
More than 200 people filled the Multi-Use Room at Encinal School on Tuesday (Oct. 14) for a public hearing on the proposed... Last comment on Oct 18, 2014 at 9:39 pm | 14 comments

 
 
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"Atherton's National Night Out"
Atherton's first National Night Out on Tue, Aug. 5, brought in the 9-1-1 Ready Fox from 9-1-1 for Kids, a nonprofit organization focused on 9-1-1 emergency dialing education. Submitted by Tiffany Lam on Aug 12, 2014

 
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Tuesday: Menlo mayor asks council to study public benefit thresholds of specific plan
Mayor Ray Mueller plans to ask the rest of the Menlo Park council on Tuesday (Oct. 21) to schedule a study session on the public benefit thresholds of the downtown/El Camino Real specific plan. Monday, 8:49 AM

Reducing lanes on El Camino: Atherton moves toward study
Atherton's City Council has asked firms to propose how they would study the effects of reducing El Camino Real in Atherton from six lanes to four. Monday, 8:55 AM | 14 comments

Portola Valley: Second units key to 'affordable housing'
Portola Valley Town Council members had a lively and generally upbeat discussion recently on what is usually a difficult and controversial topic in this town -- affordable housing. Monday, 8:40 AM

Voter Guide: Incumbent faces challenger for open space district seat
A newcomer aiming for his first public office is running against a 14-year-veteran for a seat on the board of the Mid-Peninsula Regional Open Space District as the district begins to spend the proceeds of a $300 million bond. Monday, 8:37 AM | 3 comments

Earthquake! Atherton gets ready for a big one
As scientists warn that a major earthquake is almost certain to strike California in the near future, Atherton residents and city officials worked this week to make sure they will be ready by holding two earthquake response drills on Oct. 16. Monday, 8:37 AM | 1 comments

Portola Valley: Council concurs, hazardous trees and power lines a real threat
Roadside stands of eucalyptus trees, with their tendency to drop limbs and sometimes fall over, can be a very significant danger when power lines are present, firefighting authorities say. Even if the power line is across the road, as they are at least three locations in Portola Valley, the trees are so tall that the power line is still vulnerable. Friday, 11:18 AM | 1 comments

Police calls: Portola Valley home burglary during errand run
Crime reports from Portola Valley, Woodside and Menlo Park. Friday, 11:13 AM

First water from new Bay Tunnel reaches Crystal Springs

Almanac editorial: No on Measure M

Sweep nets 207 traffic citations, 93 in Menlo Park

Menlo Park: More than 200 at hearing on Mandarin school

Woodland students help schools in West Africa

Keith leads Menlo Park council fundraising

Woodside teen who died in I-280 incident is identified

Voter's Guide: Measure M in Menlo Park

Caltrain reports pedestrian fatality in Palo Alto

Zuckerberg, Chan join fight against Ebola

Menlo Park: PG&E responds to 1-inch gasline rupture

Construction firms heavy donors to bond measure for community colleges

 

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