A look at local government agendas

A look at the agendas of different government boards in the Mid-Peninsula.

PALO ALTO CITY COUNCIL
5 p.m., Monday

New grocer: The council may approve a new grocery store in the College Terrace Center at 2100 El Camino Real.

Police: The council will discuss police policies regarding the use of batons, chemical agents, firearms and dogs.

Housing project: Council will discuss approving a new housing development at 788 San Antonio Road.

Housing quota: Council will discuss how it will meet a state requirement to build 10,058 homes between 2023 and 2031.

How to participate: Watch at zoom.us/join, or call (669) 900-6833 and use meeting ID 362-027-238.

PALO ALTO CITY COUNCIL FINANCE COMMITTEE
6 p.m., Tuesday

Roth Building: The panel will discuss possibly spending millions to revamp the city’s building at 300 Homer Ave.

How to participate: Tune in via Zoom at https://zoom.us/join or dial in at (669) 900-6833 and use meeting ID 992-2730-7235.

MOUNTAIN VIEW CITY COUNCIL
4:30 p.m., Tuesday

Condos: The council will hold a public hearing about 44 condos proposed at 2645 and 2655 Fayette Drive.

Office building: The council will discuss approving a six-story, 259,095-square-foot office building at 600 Ellis St.

How to participate: Watch at mountainview.legistar.com or on Comcast Channel 26. To speak via Zoom, register at https://mountainview.gov/cc_speakers, or call (669) 900-9128 and use meeting ID 951-7739-6182.

LOS ALTOS PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION
7 p.m., Monday

New work plan: The commission will discuss revisions to its work plan, including possibly delaying a new skate park discussion, getting more performance art in public and improvements to the city’s open spaces.

How to participate: Join the meeting at tinyurl.com/yxdn5t5d, or call (650) 404-9000 and use meeting ID 149-851-7639.

EAST PALO ALTO PLANNING COMMISSION
7 p.m., Monday

1201 Runnymede St.: The board may approve plans for 32 apartments.

How to participate: Watch at zoom. us/s/96897881824 or listen in by calling (669) 900-6833 and using ID 968-9788-1824.

MENLO PARK CITY COUNCIL
5 p.m., Tuesday

Transportation: The council may approve the transportation master plan, which lists the city’s priorities for transportation projects in the city.

Commissions: The council will hear updates from the city’s housing and environmental commissions.

How to participate: Watch on the city’s website or at joinwebinar.com with ID 267-130-171. Listen to the meeting by calling (415) 930-5321 and using ID 319-381-731.

MENLO PARK HOUSING COMMISSION
7 p.m., Wednesday

Housing needs: The commission will hear about the number of homes the city is supposed to include in its zoning plan between 2023 and 2031.

How to participate: Watch at zoom. us/join or listen in by calling (669) 900-6833. Use ID 956-1146-3274 for both.

REDWOOD CITY PLANNING COMMISSION
7 p.m., Tuesday

Single-family homes: The commission will consider guidelines for home expansions or rebuilds.

How to participate: Watch at redwoodcity.zoom.us or call (669) 900-6833, and use meeting ID 997-3131-0308 for both.

REDWOOD CITY COUNCIL
6 p.m., Monday

Greystar: The council may approve plans for a five-block housing, office and retail project at 1601 El Camino Real that will replace Towne Ford and Hopkins Acura among other businesses.

Climate: The council may approve a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

How to participate: Watch at redwoodcity.zoom.us or call (669) 900-6833, and use meeting ID 917-6483-1329 for both. One can also watch on the city’s website.

ATHERTON CITY COUNCIL
7 p.m., Wednesday

Leaf blowers: The council will consider a ban on gas-powered leaf blowers.

Housing: The council may approve a letter in response to a state mandate requiring the city to zone for a certain number of new homes.

How to participate: Watch at zoom. us/j/506897786 or call (669) 900-6833 and use ID 506-897-786.

SAN MATEO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
9 a.m., Tuesday

Private defenders: The board will issue a response to the county’s civil grand jury report about the private defender panel, which represents criminal defendants who cannot afford an attorney.

How to participate: Watch via the county’s website or at smcgov.zoom.us/j/93008963466. One can also call (669) 900-6833 and use ID 930-0896-3466.

SAN FRANCISQUITO CREEK JOINT POWERS BOARD
3:30 p.m., Thursday

Early warning: The board will discuss the agency’s early flood warning system.

How to participate: Watch at https://bit.ly/3lvq30D by using ID 854-2637-7255 and passcode 014072. Use the same codes to listen in after calling (669) 900-6833.

SAN MATEO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD
6 p.m., Wednesday

Gym: The board may approve a contract with EXOS to run the gym at College of San Mateo.

How to participate: Watch the meeting at smccd.zoom.us/j/83017085908 or call (669) 900-9128 and use ID 830-1708-5908.

1 Comment

  1. “The council may approve a new grocery store in the College Terrace Center at 2100 El Camino Real.”

    The government will decide whether to allow a private owner to operate a grocery store on private land, what country are we living in?

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