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  1. Shop Talk: Clement Hotel slashes its rates and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Not only does it appear that Milk Pail will survive in the midst of the huge redevelopment of Rasmussen stands proudly in the new lot. "Look at this.


  2. Shop Talk: Clement Hotel slashes its rates and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Not only does it appear that Milk Pail will survive in the midst of the huge redevelopment of Rasmussen stands proudly in the new lot. "Look at this.


  3. Bock-long development approved for Olive Garden siteRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    The Palo Alto City Council approved on May 23, 2016, a proposal for a 39,858-square-foot mixed-use development at 2515-85 El Camino Real, present site of the Olive Garden restaurant. Rendering by Hayes Group Architects The already sizzling construction climate around California Avenue is set to heat up even further after the City Council approved on Monday night a proposal to demolish the Olive Garden restaurant on El Camino Real and replace it with a mixed-use development featuring offices, condominiums and retail space.


  4. Editorial: Vicki Veenker for AssemblyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    As one would expect for an open legislative seat, the race to replace termed-out State Assemblyman Rich Gordon has attracted a large field of candidates. In California's new open primary system for state legislative offices, the names of all eight will appear on all ballots, and the top two vote-getters, regardless of party affiliation, will face off in the general election in November.


  5. Editorial: Hopes rise for teen psych unitRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Los Altos resident Sarah Gentile was shocked in 2014 when she discovered that there were no hospital beds in Santa Clara County, including at Stanford's two hospitals, for teens experiencing a mental health crisis. Facing such a crisis with her own son, her family waited for six hours in the emergency room at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View while the staff searched for a bed in one of the few adolescent psychiatric units elsewhere in the Bay Area.


  6. Two Palo Alto neighborhoods seek parking restrictionsRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    As downtown Palo Alto prepares for new parking restrictions on its residential streets, two other sections of the city have applied for their own programs aimed at keeping non-residents from leaving cars on their blocks. The neighborhoods of Southgate, which is next to Palo Alto High School, and Evergreen Park, which is between Southgate and the California Avenue Business District, are each seeking a Residential Parking Program that would limit parking for non-residents to two hours.


  7. New dog parks pitched in Palo AltoRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Dogged by persistent complaints about inadequate park space for local pooches, Palo Alto officials are preparing to unleash a new policy that would both expand existing dog parks and create new ones throughout the city. The proposal, which was put together by the Community Services Department and an ad hoc committee of the Parks and Recreation Commission, identifies 12 locations where potential dog parks could go, though one of these -- El Camino Park -- faces potentially insurmountable obstacles, according to staff.


  8. Office projects approved around California AvenueRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    The rapidly changing area around California Avenue is likely to get another heavy dollop of commercial development after two projects with sizable office space received endorsements from Palo Alto's Architectural Review Board this week. Both projects -- a research-and-development building at 2747 Park Blvd. and a mixed-use development at 2515 El Camino Real -- are three-story buildings that have been undergoing city scrutiny for well over a year.


  9. Editorial: The housing fallacyRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Palo Alto has become a community that is affordable only to those who have owned their homes for decades, inherited them or hold highly paid jobs. Or for the lucky few who made it to the top of a waiting list for subsidized units through the Palo Alto Housing Corporation.


  10. Home FrontRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Teresa Lavell, a certified integrated pest management advocate, will teach a class on less-toxic ways to thwart snails, slugs and plant suckers on Saturday, March 19. real estate offices in Menlo Park recently merged into one location at 1377 El Camino Real, near Valparaiso Avenue, reports the Weekly's sister paper, The Almanac newspaper. The other office, at 930 Santa Cruz Ave., has been vacated.


  11. Office project at Olive Garden site races to meet Palo Alto's deadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    A proposed development for 2515 El Camino Real, which would replace the Olive Garden restaurant, would include condominiums, retail and offices. Courtesy of Hayes Group Architects With the clock ticking toward the deadline for new office developments in Palo Alto, two proposals by the same architecture firm are racing to complete their applications and become eligible for approval this year.


  12. An oasis even without the orchardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    From left, Abby Walker, 13, Emma Walker, 4, and Michael Walker, 11, play on the geodesic dome outside of their house in the Palo Alto Orchards neighborhood on February 10, 2016. Photo by Veronica Weber.


  13. Evergreen Park wants annexation to parking-permit programRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Evergreen Park residents demand annexation to a residential permit parking program during the Feb. 1 Palo Alto City Council meeting. Photo by Gennady Sheyner.


  14. Palo Alto police reports spike in auto break-insRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2016 | Palo Alto Weekly

    The city's auto-burglary rate has doubled in January from previous months, according to the Palo Alto Police Department. As of Jan. 25, the city had 58 reported auto burglaries, police statistics show.


  15. Plan for block-long El Camino development fizzlesRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | Palo Alto Weekly

    When Palo Alto officials approved in 2013 a block-long development on El Camino Real featuring 48 apartments, retail and office spaces, they hailed the project as a rare example of a "true mixed-use" project. During a sequence of public hearings, planning commissioners, members of the Architectural Review Board and council members agreed that the 74,122-square-foot development proposed around Equinox Gym, at 3159 El Camino Real , is perfectly appropriate for the location, which is near the sprawling campus that includes Fry's Electronics.


  16. Palo Alto Orchards neighborhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2015 | Palo Alto Weekly

    The name conjures up pastoral images of when Santa Clara County was the Valley of Heart's Delight and there was nothing but fruitful farmland as far as the eye could see. On the other hand, Arastradero Road and El Camino Real are two of Palo Alto's major streets, bustling with Silicon Valley commuters and businesses, far removed from the bucolic days of yore.


  17. With a kick and a snip, El Camino Park re-opens in Palo AltoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2015 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Palo Alto Mayor Karen Holman cuts the ceremonial red ribbon opening El Camino Park to the public as fellow council members and city staff look on on Dec. 8. Photo by Veronica Weber. Palo Alto's kick-off ceremony for the new El Camino Park was, quite literally, a kick off.


  18. Palo Alto Medical Foundation names new CEORead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Palo Alto Medical Foundation , one of Sutter Health's key assets in the Bay Area, has named Elizabeth Vilardo, M.D., as its new chief executive officer, according to a Nov. 25 press release. Vilardo will assume the position from Richard Slavin, M.D., who announced his retirement in September.


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