Councilman Rich Cline was recused because he lives on that street.
The steps are part of a six-month trial designed to reduce cut-through traffic and slow cars passing through. Property owners of the street submitted a request to the city last May to install the speed bumps to slow the traffic.
The plan cleared the Complete Streets Commission in June with a 9-0-1 vote, with one commissioner absent. Next, the city surveyed the 43 households that might be affected: About 70 percent supported the changes, 9 percent opposed them and 21 percent did not respond.
The proposal was also cleared with the Menlo Park Fire Protection District, according to staff.
Next, the city will have to go through a bidding process for the construction work.
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