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Menlo Park: Meetings set on hiring consultant for El Camino/downtown renovation project

Original post made on Oct 13, 2008

The public will have the chance to comment on the consultant-review process of the city's efforts to revamp properties along El Camino Real and in the downtown area of Menlo Park during a meeting of the city's Consultant Review Committee next Monday morning, Oct. 13. The committee will hold a second public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 14, to interview the four consulting firms vying to prepare the plan and environmental impact report for the El Camino Real/Downtown Specific Plan project.


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Posted by Money for Nothin
a resident of another community
on Oct 13, 2008 at 1:51 pm

3/4s to a million dollars and up to two years to study the environmental impact of a plan, yet to be developed, intended to fix up an already developed, though outdated and aging, stretch of a city--this town deserves itself! Given the City's share of sales & property tax, how long will it be before all the new businesses this is supposed to attract generate $1 Million?


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