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Menlo Park seeks general plan advisors

Here's a chance to shape the future of Menlo Park's industrial zone, otherwise known as the M-2 district. The city seeks volunteers to serve on an advisory committee that will provide guidance as Menlo Park works on updating its general plan, which functions as the "constitution" for development within the city. The M-2 district will be a special focus within that update.

Go here to fill out an application. The deadline to submit it to the city clerk's office is Aug. 11. Members will be appointed by the City Council on Aug. 19.

Sandy Brundage

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