Foundation that emphasizes sustainability gets more parking spaces

David Packard, left, and Bill Hewlett. The co-founders of Hewlett Packard are deceased but both created charitable foundations. Packard's foundation is based in Los Altos.

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Daily Post Staff Writer

Los Altos City Council has given the environmentally-focused Packard Foundation permission to cut down some of its large trees in order to expand its parking lot and solar panels.

Council approved the proposal Tuesday (Oct. 26) with 3-2 with Lynette Lee Eng and Vice Mayor Anita Enander against the project. Mayor Neysa Fligor, Jonathan Weinberg and Sally Meadows voted yes.

City Attorney Jolie Houston said ….

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