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Stanford traffic impacts are not acceptable to Menlo Park residents

From: domainremoved <Perla>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 16:08:34 -0700

Dear City Council, Planning Commission, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne

I'm very concerned about the traffic impacts that "cannot be mitigated by
the Stanford development on El Camino.

El Camino Real is already at a failing E grade for traffic.

For the sake of Menlo Park residents, as well as the future
residents/workers in the Stanford development, adequate measures to
mitigate traffic are essential.

Residents have put forth a number of solutions to Stanford and the City.
But so far, no meetings with discussion on traffic by the City or Stanford
have included city residents.

Both Stanford and the City must come to the table and meet with residents
to discuss solutions to the traffic impacts.

Furthermore, a 3 day notice - providing local residents the bare minimal
notice as required by law - with 500+ pages EIR document dump delivered
last Thursday night for a meeting to be held this Monday night, is a
terribly flawed process for a billion dollar development by Stanford
University.

I urge that the Stanford EIR not go forward until there is dialogue and
discussion with local residents about traffic solutions.

Perla Ni
Menlo Park Resident & Former Stanford Employee
Received on Mon Aug 28 2017 - 16:10:54 PDT

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