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Tonight: Meeting on downtown parking

 

Consultants and the city of Menlo Park plan to present a recommendation on possible changes to the downtown parking system at a meeting Wednesday, June 2. The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in the social hall of the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, behind the ACE Hardware store on Santa Cruz Avenue.

The meeting is the final one in a series of three, as the city weighs instituting some paid parking, and changing the time limits in downtown parking plazas, among other things. The City Council approved the $90,000 study, and will have the final say on what gets implemented.

For more information, call transportation engineer Rene Baile at 330-6670.

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