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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
Seeking a reprieve from loud horns, Menlo Park residents push for Caltrain quiet zone
Menlo Park residents are fed up with blaring train horns waking babies and rattling their nerves. At a March 24 community meeting, they implored city officials to create a quiet zone along the Caltrain tracks to give them some relief.
[Monday, March 27, 2023]

Storm pushes San Francisquito Creek to its ninth highest recorded level
The San Francisquito Creek experienced one of its highest streamflow rates in the history of the San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Association March 22. Menlo Park is offering assistance to those affected by the storms.
[Thursday, March 23, 2023]

SRI considers up to 800 housing units in its proposed mixed-use project in Menlo Park
The Menlo Park City Council has approved SRI's Parkline project for an environmental impact report (EIR) at a March 14 City Council meeting, exploring options up to 800 units of housing.
[Friday, March 17, 2023]

Menlo Park residents invited to community forum on recent power outages
Residents of Menlo Park are invited to join a forum on Thursday, March 16, to talk about recent power outages.
[Wednesday, March 15, 2023]

Ravenswood school board approves agreement with developer to build teacher housing at Flood School
The Ravenswood City School District school board voted unanimously to enter into a contract with Alliant Strategic Development to build teacher-prioritized affordable housing on the site of the former James Flood Magnet School.
[Thursday, March 16, 2023]

Jury rules murderer was sane when he killed retired Atherton arborist in her Menlo Park home
The jury in the trial of Francis Wolke ruled that he was sane when he murdered Kathy Hughes Anderson, Atherton arborist, in her Menlo Park home in 2018.
[Thursday, March 9, 2023]

Ravenswood school district ready to ink development deal for Flood School housing
The Ravenswood City School District board is expected to approve a contract with a developer this week to build dense housing on the site of the former James Flood Magnet School.
[Wednesday, March 8, 2023]

Cafeteria workers protest at Meta for increased severance
Laid-off cafeteria workers are protesting at Meta headquarters for higher severance benefits.
[Wednesday, March 8, 2023]

After murder verdict in cannibalism case, jury weighs sanity of Atherton arborist's killer
Defense lawyers argue that Francis Wolke, found guilty of first-degree murder last week, wasn't sane when he killed retired Atherton arborist Kathy Hughes Anderson and aimed to eat her. The sanity phase of his trial wraps up this week.
[Tuesday, March 7, 2023]

Menlo Park city employee arrested on charges of grand theft, embezzlement
A Menlo Park employee has been arrested on felony theft and embezzlement charges after he was allegedly caught stealing city-owned laptop computers and selling them online.
[Friday, March 3, 2023]