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New plan aims to shake Palo Alto out of housing slump
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on Jan 22, 2020
Stuck in a housing drought, Palo Alto leaders are considering more dramatic actions to encourage residential construction, including reviving a contentious zoning tool that allows developers to exceed height and density limits.
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