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From: domainremoved <alison>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 15:43:43 +0000 (UTC)

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Dear City Council,

I am happy that some development is going to be made in the long vacant lot on El Camino in the former car delerahip space.  But please  negotiate a better deal on behalf of Menlo Parkresidents on the Stanford Middle Plaza project.  

Stanford's Current Proposed Agreement: 

- does not meet Stanford's own traffic reduction andmonitoring standards in Santa Clara county

- does not meet Stanford's own environmentalsustainability standards on campus 

- does not meet standard payments in lieu of taxes ofuniversities their host cities. 

((ie:  Harvard provides $4.5 million per year to theCity of Cambridge. Yale pays $7.5M to New Haven per year.   CurrentlyStanford only proposes to provide $100K per year to the City to offsetthe impact to local public schools) ) 

Please ensure Menlo Park does not suffer from this Stanford development.


Received on Tue Sep 26 2017 - 09:10:57 PDT

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