Group aims to protect city’s parks from development

Sharon Park, one of many parks in Menlo Park. City of Menlo Park photo.
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Daily Post Staff Writer
A group of Menlo Park residents is considering what steps it will take to preserve city parks from development, and one option they have is putting a measure on the ballot.
After Councilman Ray Mueller’s attempt to ban development on city parks fizzled out at the Sept. 23 meeting, residents such as Bob Dickinson are taking a look at what they can do to keep parks in town. …
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