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Webcast: Palo Alto's financial outlook

Palo Alto City Councilwoman Lydia Kou discusses the proposed 2019 city budget with Palo Alto Weekly city-beat reporter Gennady Sheyner and Editor Jocelyn Dong.

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Webcast: Palo Alto's financial outlook

Uploaded: Fri, May 25, 2018, 6:19 pm
Updated: Mon, May 28, 2018, 8:15 am

Palo Alto City Councilwoman Lydia Kou discusses the proposed 2019 city budget with Palo Alto Weekly city-beat reporter Gennady Sheyner and Editor Jocelyn Dong.

Watch the webcast here.

Related content:

Committee opts not to slash auditor positions

Webcasts are posted every Friday afternoon on PaloAltoOnline.com, as well as on Palo Alto Online's YouTube channel, youtube.com/paweekly.

Check out previous weeks' episodes in the "Behind the Headlines" archive.

— Palo Alto Weekly staff

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Parking In Lieu Fee
Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on May 28, 2018 at 11:17 am
Parking In Lieu Fee, Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on May 28, 2018 at 11:17 am
18 people like this

Councllmember Kou is right. Since the new parking garage downtown will cost over $105,000 per parking space, the in lieu fee when a developer does not provide parking should not be about $63,000. Instead, it is pretty clear that the City of Palo Alto should charge the full $105,000 per parking space as an in lieu fee. Of course, it is better for projects to provide for their own parking needs, but they developers should not be shortchanging the City.


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