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City Council agrees magnificent oak at 2353 Webster deserves protection

We did it!  Thank you to all of you who wrote letters, buttonholed Council members (virtually!) and commented at the City Council meeting last evening.   Thank you also to the owner and her team, City staff members and most importantly … Continue reading

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Council Hearing re-scheduled to 8/17, 7:50PM; Oak Tree Threatened by Construction Dewatering

RE-SCHEDULED due to STRONG PUBLIC INTEREST  to 7:50 PM Monday, August 17, 2020, but may be a bit earlier or later depending on Council deliberations on earlier items.  This is expected to be the first item on the Action Item Agenda … Continue reading

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Council Hearing re-scheduled to 8/17, 7:50PM; Oak Tree Threatened by Construction Dewatering

RE-SCHEDULED due to STRONG PUBLIC INTEREST  to 7:50 PM (new time) Monday, August 17, 2020, but may be a bit earlier or later depending on Council deliberations on earlier items.  This is expected to be the first item on the … Continue reading

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Construction Dewatering Threatening 300+ Year Old Oak; Council Hearing Monday 8/10 8:15 PM

We need your help immediately!  On Monday, August 17, 7:30 PM (but may be earlier or later), Palo Alto City Council (rescheduled from this week) will decide on the neighbors’ appeal of the Development Department’s approval of a two story … Continue reading

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Link to Prof. Hill’s Planning for Rising Waters Presentation, April 24, 2019

For all those who have been asking for a link to Dr. Kristina Hill’s talk, “Planning for Rising Waters: Sea Level, Groundwater and the Bay Edge” held on April 24th, here it is! Many, many thanks to Maury Green for … Continue reading

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