Last week, the Palo Alto City Council took the first step toward making the mayor an elected position.
The complex’s 110 units are being built through a public-private partnership that includes Mercy Housing California (MHC), Abode Communities, and the City of Palo Alto.
Housing advocates have filed a rash of lawsuits against Santa Clara County and several Bay Area cities for allegedly failing to do their part to encourage new housing.
Before coming to Palo Alto, Nosé held a number of financial and budgeting roles with the City of San Jose. She also previously worked OpenGov, a leading government technology company.
Have you ever wondered where the city is taking all your recycled bottles and cans? Residents of Palo Alto dared to ask — and the answer was extremely troubling.
“There was apparently some level of confusion between their dispatchers and our dispatchers,” said Elliot Mainzer, chief executive of the ISO.
Tall people need not apply. Seriously, you’ll bump your head on the ceiling.
Palo Alto’s interim assistant city manager is about to become permanent. Dr.
Santa Clara County has set aside $6 million for the project. The City of Palo Alto is putting up $3 million.
James Keene would rather focus on his long list of accomplishments in Palo Alto.