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News - June 3, 2011

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council

The council did not meet this week.

Historic Resources Board (June 1)

1005 University Ave. The board approved a request by Norman Beamer and Diane Taska to designate the property at 1005 University Ave. to the city's Historic Inventory. Yes: Bernstein, Bunnenberg, Di Cicco, Kohler, Makinen Absent: Bower Abstained: Smithwick

Utilities Advisory Commission (June 1)

Broadband The commission discussed the creation of a business plan for a citywide ultra-high-speed Internet network. Action: None

Architectural Review Board (June 2)

2080 Channing Ave. The board reviewed a plan to redevelop Edgewood Shopping Center, which includes building 10 two-story homes, renovating three existing retail structures and relocating one of the retail structures. Action: None

355 Alma St. The board reviewed Lytton Gateway LLC, a proposal to build a mixed-use four-story building at the former Shell Station site.

Action: None


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