The Palo Alto City Council discussed Peninsula Corridor’s 2040 Caltrain Business Plan, Residential Parking Programs (RPPs) and a citywide tunnel on Monday night. The business plan highlights potential scenarios for Caltrain’s future expansion and will involve a partnership with Stanford.
Nearly one in seven Stanford students –– from the undergraduate to the doctorate level –– said they are not interested in reading the report or news about the report, a survey of 224 Stanford students conducted by The Daily revealed.
Originally commending it as the product of “positive and collaborative” discussions, Stanford has since decided to temporarily withdraw its $138.4 million conditional agreement with Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD).
Geoff Bradley, the consulting project manager for the county on the GUP, led most of the afternoon’s discussion, outlining the implications of Stanford’s new proposal on local traffic, housing, zoning and environmental impact.
The RV Safe Parking Program, designed to provide up to 20 local RV dwellers with designated overnight parking space and access to restrooms, portable showers and laundry services, was launched in East Palo Alto on May 1.
On Friday, officials from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) removed radioactive material from a San Carlos home formerly owned by recently deceased SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory employee Ronald Seefred.
Whether it’s a plastic boba cup after a late-night craving or a paper Coupa coffee container, students on campus frequently discard their recyclable or compostable items in the landfill.
As Santa Clara County files a motion to dismiss Stanford’s December 2018 lawsuit asserting that the County’s Inclusionary Housing Ordinance unfairly targets the University, Stanford maintains that the ordinance violates equal protection laws.