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Cameron Rebosio

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About Cameron
Cameron Rebosio joined The Almanac in 2022 as the Menlo Park reporter. She was previously a staff writer at the Daily Californian and an intern at the Palo Alto Weekly.

Cameron graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in English and Political Science.
Stories by Cameron
Menlo Park Fire Protection District board member Jim McLaughlin withdraws candidacy
Jim McLaughlin, a member of the Menlo Park Fire Protection District board, has withdrawn his bid for reelection this November, extending the deadline to pull papers and file for candidacy to Wednesday, Aug. 17.
[Tuesday, August 16, 2022]

With four candidates for Menlo Park City Council, only one incumbent faces a contested election
Four candidates are running for three seats on the Menlo Park City Council this November, but thanks to district elections, only one incumbent is facing a challenger. Here's a roundup of who is campaigning.
[Monday, August 15, 2022]

The hidden secrets of the earliest printed pages
SLAC scientists study 600-year-old pages from the earliest printing presses in a new experiment comparing early printing presses of the east and west.
[Thursday, August 11, 2022]

Menlo Park Mayor Betsy Nash aims to tackle traffic, housing issues if reelected
Menlo Park Mayor Betsy Nash has pulled papers to run for reelection in District 4, facing challenger Peter Ohtaki in Menlo Park's first contested City Council race of the year.
[Thursday, August 11, 2022]

Peter Ohtaki challenges incumbent Betsy Nash in Menlo Park City Council race
Former Menlo Park City Council member Peter Ohtaki has pulled papers to run against incumbent Mayor Betsy Nash in District 4, kicking off Menlo Park's first contested City Council race of the year.
[Tuesday, August 9, 2022]

Menlo Park sends off its housing element to the state
Menlo Park submitted its draft housing element to the state for review, putting forth its vision for housing growth over the next eight years under a mandate to plan for 3,830 new units by 2031.
[Thursday, August 4, 2022]

Menlo Park seeks to become regional draw for interior design
A new collaboration of Menlo Park businesses is looking to turn the city's downtown into a regional destination for interior design projects, bringing together 20 local design stores for the first time.
[Friday, August 5, 2022]

Menlo Park Neighbors for Affordable Housing launches campaign to fight fall ballot initiative
A group of Menlo Park residents celebrated the kick-off of the Menlo Park Neighbors for Affordable Homes campaign on Sunday, July 31. The group was formed to oppose the Menlo Balance initiative.
[Tuesday, August 2, 2022]

After threats to walk away, Menlo Park agrees to extend Burgess Pool operating contract for one year
A proposal to have Tim Sheeper operate Burgess Pool in Menlo Park for another year is was approved by the City Council at the July 26 council meeting.
[Saturday, July 30, 2022]

Menlo Balance initiative sparks fervent debate among residents
A ballot initiative that would take key decisions on new housing out of the hands of the Menlo Park City Council sharply divided community members at the July 26 meeting, inspiring 33 people to come out and speak.
[Thursday, July 28, 2022]