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News - March 15, 2019

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council (March 11)

Ventura: The council held a town hall meeting in Ventura and directed staff to include in the North Ventura Coordinated Area Plan an evaluation of workforce housing, a consideration of higher "inclusionary housing" requirements and policies to protect existing residents from displacement. Yes: Cormack, DuBois, Filseth, Fine, Kniss, Kou Absent: Tanaka

Board of Education (March 12) Budget: The board approved the district's second interim budget report. Yes: Unanimous

Planning and Transportation Commission (March 13)

190 Channing Ave.: The commission approved a request for a vesting tentative map to allow for four residential condominium units and two office units on a parcel at 190 Channing Ave. Yes: Alcheck, Lauing, Riggs, Summa, Templeton, Waldfogel Absent: Roohparvar

Historic Resources Board (March 12)

Retreat: The board held a retreat to discuss Comprehensive Plan policies related to historic preservation, the city's historic preservation program and other topics. Action: None

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