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BY ELAINE GOODMAN
Daily Post Correspondent
Palo Alto City Manager Ed Shikada wants to move forward with construction of a $118 million police station that would largely be paid for with hotel tax proceeds — the city’s tax revenue source hit hardest by Covid-19.
Shikada has recommended that the City Council approve a $92 million contract …
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