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Newsletter
 Volume IV| April 7, 2017
 THIS WEEK ON THE
SAN FRANCISCO PENINSULA 
News that Impacts Your Quality of Life
This week we post a poster for an event that brings together community leaders from four Peninsula cities: San Jose, Sunnyvale, Cupertino and Palo Alto. Featuring Representative Rho Khanna,  the panel will discuss issues that extend across city boundaries where broader solutions are essential. Prepare your questions and come hear the responses from these electedDetails at http://www.bettercupertino.org
Eight-story Apartment Building Appeal Denied
Redwood City official and residents discuss height, mass and impact of Greystar IV. 
 Caltrain to be Sidetracked
 For San Mateo County, one of the most impactful features will be whether to construct a nearly 6-mile stretch of separate passing tracks that would run from San Mateo to Redwood City.
 Judge Rules Against Developer in Palo Alto
 Edgewood Plaza Shopping Center owner Sand Hill Property Company must pay $248,250 in back penalties for leaving the shopping center without a functioning grocery store.
 Swing High, Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Menlo Park ponders how to cross the train track?  Over, Under or Not At All?The Almanac
Wave of new housing hits Menlo Park
near Facebook
 The influx of new apartments comes at time when booming employment at companies such as Facebook is fueling heavy demand in the city of 33,000 people. Facebook is the big fish in Menlo Park’s small 19 square-mile pond with more than 7,000 employees and plans for a 960,000 square-foot expansion in the works. The new apartments are coming to the eastside of Menlo Park, which had historically offered more reasonably-priced housing than the western side and is close to Facebook’s campus. 

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