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Stanford must not be allowed to degrade the city of Menlo Park

From: domainremoved <Kimberly>
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 19:57:41 +0000

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From: Save Menlo Park Volunteers <info_at_(domainremoved)
Date: Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 8:00 AM
Subject: City vote tonight - take 2 minutes to send email TODAY
To: Kimberly Harney <zcabralz_at_(domainremoved)

Subject: Negotiate a better deal for Menlo Park residents

Dear City Council,

Please negotiate a better deal on behalf of Menlo Park residents on the Stanford Middle Plaza project.

Stanford's Current Proposed Agreement:

- does not meet Stanford's own traffic reduction and monitoring standards in Santa Clara county

- does not meet Stanford's own environmental sustainability standards on campus

- does not meet standard payments in lieu of taxes of universities their host cities.

((ie: Harvard provides $4.5 million per year to the City of Cambridge. Yale pays $7.5M to New Haven per year. Currently Stanford only proposes to provide $100K per year to the City to offset the impact to local public schools)


*Our ask: Please ensure that Stanford MEETS or EXCEEDS the above standards.*

Sincerely,
Kimberly Harney

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Please forward to other Menlo Park residents.

Thanks again!

Perla

PS: Of course, if you can come in person, that would be GREAT! 7pm Council Chambers. There's free wifi if you want to bring a laptop and do work or read.

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