Proposed general plan changes would allow up to 4,500 more housing units, 2.3 million more square feet of nonresidential space, and 400 more hotel rooms in the M-2 area.
The environmental impact report is a comprehensive study conducted in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act. This final report has city staff and consultants' responses to public comments on the draft environmental report.
The Planning Commission will recommend to the council whether to approve amendments to the general plan and zoning ordinance and allow rezoning in the M-2 area, given the findings of the environmental report.
If necessary, the commission will meet again on Monday, Oct. 24, to complete the review. The council is scheduled to review the proposal on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The Oct. 19 meeting of the Planning Commission starts at 7 p.m. in the Menlo Park council chambers at 701 Laurel St. in the Civic Center.
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