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Menlo Park staff and City Council set 2016 priorities

 

Menlo Park's City Council and city staff department heads met on Friday, Jan. 29, to hash out the city's "work plan" and set city priorities for the new year.

A list of 70 tasks were discussed and ranked into "Extremely Important," "Very Important" and "Important."

Topping the extremely important list were: complete the general plan update, process complex development projects, prioritize transit improvement projects, implement housing element programs, prepare for community disasters, enhance infrastructure and facilities, and improve efficiency in city services.

City staff will finalize the draft and present it to the City Council for approval in February.

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