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How should Menlo Park define public benefit?
In the city's ongoing effort to wrangle the meaning of "public benefit" into measurable, comparable terms, the Menlo Park... Last comment 6 hours ago | 4 comments

Menlo Park: City manager awaits contract renewal
City Manager Alex McIntyre's employment contract is scheduled for a renewal vote on June 2, prompting residents to offer... Last comment 2 hours ago | 6 comments

Burgess Pool needs full audit before new contract
Erin Glanville on her blog has posted an excellent article on the awarding of a new contract for operation of the Burgess... Last comment 7 hours ago | 28 comments

Surf Air continues plans to expand local flights
Local residents and officials who had been trying to meet with Surf Air CEO Jeff Potter since the company announced a major... Last comment 43 minutes ago | 63 comments

 
 
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"Hillview Fights Cancer!"
Hillview Middle Schoolers make pledges at a Relay for Life event for the American Cancer Society. Funds support research for cancer prevention, treatment, and cures. The students have raised over $24,000! Submitted by Ashley Carlisle on May 16, 2015

 
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Menlo Park police sergeants have new contract
The Menlo Park City Council gave its blessing on May 19 to a collective bargaining agreement between the city and the union representing its police sergeants, finalizing a deal that includes additional reimbursements for out-of-pocket expenses related to health care premiums, along with dental insurance. The agreement includes no pay raise. Wednesday, 6:11 PM

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Tomorrowland Where are our flying cars? It's a meme of Baby Boomers, whose ranks include Brad Bird, director of "The Incredibles," "The Iron Giant" and "Mission: Impossible <0x2014> Ghost Protocol." In Bird's new science fantasy, "Tomorrowland," an elaborate fabl...... Read the full review

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