‘Browned out’ fire station returning, funds for Children’s Theater largely restored

Palo Alto Fire Station No. 2, the Mayfield Station, at 2675 Hanover St. in the Stanford Research Park. Google photo.
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Daily Post Staff Writer

Palo Alto City Council will find ways to fund a new history museum and reinstate some cut services, such as the “browned out” Mayfield fire station and a cut police position, throughout several departments in the city’s $205 million general fund budget.

Council on June 11 decided to finalize a budget draft for the next fiscal year by adding some money back into city services, such as $260,000 going to the city’s Children’s Theater, and cutting elsewhere, with about $7.7 million coming out of the city’s capital improvement projects. …
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