Mr. Becker and Mr. Gordon each raised about $192,000 between March 18 and May 22, according to the most recent campaign finance report. Ms. Kishimoto raised about $11,600 in the same period.
Over the course of the campaign, Mr. Becker has raised $521,900; Mr. Gordon, $420,300; and Ms. Kishimoto, $116,700, according to finance reports. Ms. Kishimoto has also loaned her campaign $85,000.
Mr. Gordon was left with the most cash on hand heading into the June 8 election, with $145,200 as of May 22. Mr. Becker had $72,300 remaining, after spending $329,900 during the two-month reporting period. Ms. Kishimoto had $54,800 remaining.
Ms. Kishimoto and Mr. Gordon have accepted limits on campaign spending, while Mr. Becker has not, according to the California secretary of state's website.
Wednesday: Meeting on downtown parking
Consultants and the city of Menlo Park plan to present a recommendation on possible changes to the downtown parking system at a meeting Wednesday, June 2. The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in the social hall of the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, behind the ACE Hardware store on Santa Cruz Avenue.
The meeting is the final one in a series of three, as the city weighs instituting some paid parking, and changing the time limits in downtown parking plazas, among other things. The City Council approved the $90,000 study, and will have the final say on what gets implemented.
For more information, call transportation engineer Rene Baile at 330-6670.
Thursday: Willows traffic meeting
Willows residents may be interested in attending a meeting Thursday, June 3, on a traffic study of the neighborhood sponsored by the city. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the ballroom of the Burgess Recreation Center, in the Civic Center complex between Laurel and Alma streets.
This is the second of three community meetings. City staff expects to make a recommendation to the City Council on possible measures to change traffic patterns in the neighborhood.
A similar study in the early 1990s resulted in the implementation and subsequent removal of a variety of traffic furniture, with the city drawing up plans to block off some streets leading into East Palo Alto, at the request of a group of residents.