There isn't any shortage of opinions in Menlo Park about the proposed California high-speed rail system. The city's residents will be invited to share those opinions with city officials at a meeting Tuesday, June 1, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Burgess Recreation Center.
The city is writing a letter to the California High-Speed Rail Authority, and is seeking input on which "alignments" the city should ask the rail agency to consider in building the high-speed rail line, planned to pass along the Caltrain corridor: whether the trains should run in a tunnel, a trench, at ground level, or on an elevated structure.
The recreation center is between Laurel and Alma streets, in the Civic Center complex. The meeting will be held in room 105.