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News - January 20, 2012

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council (Jan. 17)

Infrastructure: The council discussed a report from the Infrastructure Blue Ribbon Commission and discharged the commission. The council will continue its discussion of the report at its Saturday retreat. Action: None

Board of Education (Jan. 17)

Paly Performing Arts Center: The board approved schematic designs and a $24.4 million project budget for a new Performing Arts Center at Palo Alto High School. Yes: Unanimous

Architectural Review Board (Jan. 19)

VMware: The board held a study session on 3431 Hillview Ave., a proposal to renovate several existing buildings and build four new office buildings, two amenity buildings and three parking structures at the VMware campus in the Stanford Research Park. Action: None


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