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Middle Plaza Project

From: domainremoved <Bill>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 14:06:41 -0700

Dear Mayor Keith and Other Honorable Members of the City Council,

I am writing this email to express my strong support for the Middle Plaza
Project proposed by Stanford located at 500 El Camino in our City of Menlo

After numerous years of community outreach and meetings, I believe Stanford
has arrived at a project that Menlo Park should support and upon
completion, we will all look upon with great pride.

As mentioned in the Staff Report, "Overall, the proposal would represent a
balanced mixed-use project, with a good mix of residential and office uses,
along with a retail/restaurant component and a publically-accessible
plaza. The plaza would provide future access to a grade-separated
pedestrian and bicycle crossing at the Caltrain tracks, located along the
project site's eastern boundary and close to the Middle Avenue
intersection, and improve bicycle and pedestrian circulation and east-west
connectivity for neighborhoods on both sides of the Caltrain tracks.
Additionally, the crossing would encourage the use of alternative modes of

The Project will add new below market rate housing units to help meet the
affordable housing needs identified in the City's Housing Element.

And, the Project will provide sustainable buildings constructed to meet
LEED Silver design standards.

For these reasons and many more, I am respectfully requesting that the City
Council approve this great project this evening.

I look forward to the ground breaking in the near future.


Bill Nack
Menlo Park Resident.

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