BY EMILY MIBACH
Daily Post Staff Writer
Cash is flowing into the campaign over Measure V in Menlo Park, which would stop a housing development for teachers and make it hard to build apartments in residential neighborhoods.
The opponents of the measure have raised $160,526 and compared to $40,946 for proponents, mainly residents in the Suburban Park neighborhood who say they want a smaller …
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