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BY BRADEN CARTWRIGHT
Daily Post Staff Writer
For the second week in a row, Palo Alto City Council members were unable to finish their meeting agenda as the clock neared midnight.
Last week, council postponed a discussion on renter protections. The week before, the city put off a decision on whether to close Churchill Avenue to cars at the train tracks. The delays have led to a backlog of items and a tight calendar for the council. …
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