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Tonight: Menlo Park council considers fire station remodel

 

The council is set to decide tonight (Jan. 13) whether to approve the Menlo Park Fire Protection District's plans to rebuild its downtown station from the ground up.

The project requires merging two lots -- 700 Oak Grove Ave. and 1231 Hoover St. -- as well as demolition of the current station and a house. The Planning Commission on Dec. 15 unanimously recommended it go forward.

Also on the agenda: An update on the police department's Taser program, which launched about three months ago, and on the status of the city's animal services contract.

Tonight's meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at the Civic Center at 701 Laurel St. Review the complete agenda online. The meeting will be streamed live through the city's website.

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