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BY ELAINE GOODMAN
Daily Post Correspondent
When Palo Altans were asked to explain in their own words what one thing the city could change to make them happier, nearly one in five mentioned housing, according to results of the city’s annual community survey.
Some respondents simply said that they want lower rent. Many said the city needs more housing or more affordable housing.
“Increase the low-cost housing and build up along El Camino with multi-use buildings to allow more residents with jobs in the lower and middle class to live where they work,” one resident wrote. …
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