Palo Alto Council Agenda

Monday, 250 Hamilton Ave.
Bike plan: council will consider a new bicycle and pedestrian plan that calls for more trails, bike lanes and signs. And the repainting of readways to identify bike routes.

Housing plan: Council will review a plan it is required by the state to prepare that identifies places where the city will allow 2,860 homes to be built by 2014. The plan shows that most of the homes would go in the down-town area, the California Avenue district and along El Camino Real.

Tuesday 5-6 p.m., 250 Hamilton Ave.
Brown Act: Counci members and members of the city’s variois boards and commissions will attend a session regarding the Brown Act, the law that regulates government meetings. The training sesion will be led by City Attorney Molly Stump. The public is invited.

Wednesday, 5 p.m., 250 Hamilton Ave.
Evalutation: Council will hold a closed door meeting to evaluate the job permormance of City Manager Jim Keene.

Thursday, 5 p.m., 250 Hamilton Ave.
Evaluaton: Council will hold a closed door meeting to evaluate the job performance of City Attorney Molly Stump.

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May the 4th be with you!

This has become an annual tradition for one Bostonian Bob Besson on the 4th of July. Some say he has been known for his revolutionary acts of aggression at various Starbucks locations in and around Palo Alto.

Navy to deafen 15,900 whales and dolphins?

According to the U.S. Navy’s own estimates, the use of high-frequency underwater sound for testing off the coasts of California, Hawaii, and beyond will deafen 15,900 whales and dolphins and kill 1,800 more over the next five years.

Whales and dolphins depend on sound to navigate and live. The Navy is required to include comments from the public on their Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), so your signature and comment on my SignOn.org petition could help stop this naval program and save the lives of these ocean creatures.

My petition says:

Stop the killing of 1,800 whales and dolphins and the deafening of 15,900 more by ceasing the operation of the Navy’s underwater sound system in the Hawaiian Islands, the California and Atlantic Coasts, and the Gulf of Mexico.

Will you sign the petition? Click here to add your name, and then pass it along to your friends:

http://www.moveon.org/r?r=276609&id=45297-22699769-jjug4Nx&t=2

Thanks!

–Lyndia Storey

PS: The comments must be in by July 10, 2012, so please sign today.

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