The Menlo Park City Council has a busy evening in store for its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 20.
The meeting will start early at 4 p.m. with a closed session to talk through property negotiations at 700-800 El Camino Real and 1283 Willow Road.
Next, starting at 6:30 p.m., the council will hold a study session on federal securities laws for elected officials before moving through its public comment period and consent calendar.
A public hearing is also scheduled on the three-story commercial and residential building proposed to replace the Stanford Inn at 115 El Camino Real.
After that, the council will consider adopting a ban on commercial cannabis land use and on growing cannabis outdoors for personal use. It could also approve the contracts needed for Facebook to move forward with its environmental impact review for its proposed Willow Village project, consider removing parking and installing bike lanes on segments of Chrysler and Jefferson drives, and finalize the process for when the council should be notified after the Planning Commission acts on "large or impactful" development projects.
Meetings are held in the council chambers at 701 Laurel St. in the Menlo Park Civic Center.