The revenues include $65,000 from higher building permit fees, a $137,000 loan repayment from the state, a $20,000 contribution by Stanford University to maintain the Dwight Crowder Trail, as well as all contributions toward the $588,000 to renovate Ford (baseball) Field.
Many of these revenues projections, including those for Ford Field, are passed right through to the expense side, representing a parallel increase in expenses, Administrative Services Officer Stacie Nerdahl told the Almanac.
Also on the council's agenda: A public hearing on amendments to the town's zoning ordinances, including a proposal to shorten to 15 days the current 30-day window that property owners have to appeal conditional use permits and variances.
Go to tinyurl.com/PV-zoning and go to Page 50 for more information.
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