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News - April 17, 2013

Portola Valley housing issue: how to spend $2.88 million

by Dave Boyce

The controversy and comment about affordable housing in Portola Valley has boiled down to this: What should the town do with the $2.88 million it acquired in December from the sale of two topographically difficult lots in Blue Oaks intended for eight affordable homes? State housing authorities had approved the town's plans to accommodate those eight homes, so the money has now become a stand-in for those empty lots.

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