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Creating A More Vibrant Menlo Park

By Dana Hendrickson

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About this blog: My wife and I moved to central Menlo Park in 1985 where we have raised two sons. A retired high-tech executive, I now actively participate in local and national community service programs. I am the founder and director of Rebuil...  (More)

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Planning For Civic Projects In Menlo Park Needs A Major Reboot. (Part 1)
Jun 19, 2019 11:56 am
Comments: 1 | Views: 1,924

==I This is the first in a series of occasional posts that will examine how Menlo Park plans new civic projects. My focus is primarily on the commercial and residential... More
Should Street Parking Be Removed On Middle For Bicyclists? (Part 1)
Apr 26, 2019 1:08 pm
Comments: 9 | Views: 1,967

This is the first of two posts that deal with this topic. This one presents some facts, assumptions and trade-offs associated with a potential city project. I am... More
It’s Time To Fix The Broken Menlo Park Grade Separation Planning Process
Mar 26, 2019 10:09 am
Comments: 14 | Views: 2,641

There is compelling evidence that Menlo Park’s planning for grade separations has failed our entire community, not only the directly affected residents and... More
El Camino Is Rapidly Becoming The Bright New Face of Menlo Park
Mar 14, 2019 4:07 pm
Comments: 10 | Views: 6,763

It’s been a long time coming, but a welcome transformation of the El Camino business district in Menlo Park is now well underway, especially on the east side... More
New “Bike Lanes” On The East End Of Middle Should Please Everyone
Feb 26, 2019 3:49 pm
Comments: 14 | Views: 2,945

Installing new bike lanes in Menlo Park is always challenging. The streets where they make the most sense were not designed with them in mind, and they are often... More
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