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Palo Alto eyes more traffic enforcement, expanded library hours as budget outlook brightens

Original post made on May 12, 2023

After seeing city revenues and services oscillate wildly during the pandemic, Palo Alto is hoping for stability as it prepares to adopt a budget that will add traffic enforcement and expand library hours.

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Posted by Online Name
a resident of Embarcadero Oaks/Leland
on May 12, 2023 at 11:05 am

Online Name is a registered user.

I tried to review the budget report when the city released it and it was impossible to search it for specific projects.

Among my questions then and now:

What happened to the proposed risky $144,000,000 fiber to the home project?

How much will the forced electrical conversion cost?

How much is the city spending on retail consultant StreetSense?

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