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Resident challenges Menlo Park medical offices

Original post made on Jul 3, 2007

Mike Brady, a Menlo Park resident and an attorney who lives near the site of the former Acorn restaurant on El Camino Real, is appealing to the City Council to overturn Planning Commission approval of a medical office complex at the site.


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Posted by Martin Engel, a resident of Menlo Park: Park Forest
on Jul 3, 2007 at 1:01 pm

Like the march of the toy soldiers, project after project relentlessly stomps upon the Menlo Park General Plan and zoning ordinances, kicking as many constraints as possible out of the way. 1906 soon to be followed by 1706 on El Camino. Cut the parking; raise the roof; push the boundaries; fill the streets with more traffic. The city staff and planning commission stand along the curb, waiving their flags. Right on, you developers. March through Menlo Park. No one to stop you. There's a fortune to be made here.


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