Menlo Park: City postpones public meeting on green, sustainable zoning

City says the meeting will be rescheduled

Due to a conflict with another community event, the city of Menlo Park has postponed a meeting set for Thursday night, Feb. 25, that was intended to get public comment on proposed green and sustainable zoning policies for the M-2 industrial area east of U.S. 101 in Menlo Park.

The meeting, part of the city's ConnectMenlo process to update its general plan, will be rescheduled, the city said. The general plan governs development and land use.

Two other meetings, set for the following two Thursdays, are opportunities for public comment on proposed zoning regulations and design standards (March 3) and community amenities (March 10). Both meetings are set to begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Menlo Park Senior Center at 100 Terminal Ave.

Comments made in the meetings will be presented to the General Plan Advisory Committee for discussion and consideration when it meets at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 24, in the council chambers in the Menlo Park Civic Center at 701 Laurel St.

Go to the ConnectMenlo web page for more information.


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