Council puts off decision on 483-home project

Greystar submitted this illustration to the city of Menlo Park for an apartment complex at 141 Jefferson Drive.
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By the Daily Post staff

Menlo Park City Council has put off deciding whether a 483-home project ought to move forward.

Objections to the development were brought forward by Councilwoman Cecilia Taylor and the Sequoia Union High School District. The 1,000 new residents in the project at 141 Jefferson Drive would likely change the demographics of Taylor’s council district.
The project, proposed by developer Greystar, was approved by the city’s Planning Commission on June 21. The council was supposed to hear the two appeals Tuesday (Aug. 31), but had to postpone the hearing until its Sept. 14 meeting because a presenter wasn’t able to come, Mayor Drew Combs said.
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