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City prepares for smaller council
The city will find out if it can improve efficiency when the voter-approved reduction in council seats becomes a reality... Last comment 13 hours ago | 23 comments

Editorial: A stealth agenda for President Hotel
In a perfect demonstration of what is wrong with Palo Alto city government these days, an attempt to sneak through a series... Last comment 19 hours ago | 33 comments

Documents reveal secret dealings over President Hotel
When Adventurous Journeys Capital Partners notified the tenants of the President Hotel Apartments in downtown Palo Alto in... Last comment on Dec 6, 2018 at 3:28 pm | 86 comments

Palo Alto again eyes City Hall upgrades
After balking earlier this year, Palo Alto officials are preparing to move ahead with significant technological upgrades... Last comment 22 hours ago | 11 comments

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Longtime aging expert, now 88, heeds his own advice
At 88 years old, aging expert and retired Stanford University professor Walter Bortz is personally experiencing some of the health trials he's spent a career studying and writing about. Sunday, 8:59 AM

VIDEO: Update on Stanford's expansion proposal
Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian discusses the negotiation process with Stanford University over its proposed expansion of the campus. Friday, 4:30 PM

Palo Alto prepares for smaller council
The city will find out if it can improve efficiency when the voter-approved reduction in council seats becomes a reality next month. Friday, 6:42 AM | 23 comments

Driver exposes self to cyclist
Palo Alto police are seeking a man who exposed himself to a woman riding her bicycle near Stanford Hospital last Friday, Nov. 30. Thursday, 1:44 PM | 12 comments

Around Town: Meeting the deadline; combat holiday thefts
In the latest Around Town column, the effort to establish the Palo Alto History Museum reaches its fundraising goal and the Police Department offer burglary-prevention tips. Saturday, 9:58 AM

Editorial: A stealth agenda
An attempt to sneak through a series of actions that would pave the way for the new owners of the President Hotel Apartments to proceed with their hotel project has quietly appeared as the last agenda item on Monday night's penultimate City Council meeting of the year. Friday, 6:41 AM | 33 comments

Counties release official election results
Exactly one month after Election Day, the results of the Palo Alto city and school district races and measures that came before voters have been certified. Thursday, 5:46 PM

Pulido, Sobomehin, Fitch win seats on Ravenswood board

From almost dropouts to career seekers

Palo Alto Housing project clears big hurdle

Nearing retirement, city manager turns down raise

Palo Alto again eyes City Hall upgrades

School board approves new general counsel

Palo Alto backs creation of housing 'subregion'

Stanford report details rate of, response to sex violence

'Tis the season for giving

PUBLIC AGENDA: Rinconada Pool agreement; school budget study session

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