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News - October 23, 2019

Atherton council removes penalty cap on building projects that exceed time limit

Town also approves community outreach on traffic calming measures

by Angela Swartz

The Atherton City Council voted on Oct. 16 to eliminate a $250,000 penalty cap on building projects that violate the town's construction time-limit provision, given the size and value of homes covered by the rule, according to City Manager George Rodericks.

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