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Pertaining to Stanford General Usage Plan

January 14, 2018

The last public meeting on the Stanford General Use Permit application before the comment dead linej, will be held at Palo Alto City Hall.  This is the last opportunity to make public comments and  to suppport your concerns and your neighbor's concerns about the significant expansion planned by Stanford in the comming years.

GUP Public Meeting:

November 22, 2017
 
San Mateo County sponsored a community meeting at Oak Knoll School to hear from residents, businesses and schools potentially impacted by Stanford University’s General Use Permit and Environmental Impact Report.
November 21, 2017

Stanford has lots of information on their No Net New Commute Trips (NNNCT) and is promoting that as a major facet of the the Stanford GUP.   But what does that really mean:  

November 20, 2017

It is critical that you send a response on the Stanford General Use Permit (GUP) Draft EIR by December 4th February 2nd (extended).  As a community, we are highly impacted by Stanford's development plans and we individuals need to speak up now to insure we are heard, that serious traffic and safet issues ar

November 20, 2017

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November 20, 2017

The Nov 30th meeting at the Palo Alto Arts Center was well attended, standing room only.   The scores of speakers were very articulate and informed - many important points and concerns were expressed.

Followup articles:

November 20, 2017

Throughout the Stanford GUP, there are terms relating to traffic and the metrics around traffic.   With millions of square feet being added, thousands of housing units, greatly expanded hospital and medical facilities, and a substantial increase in commercial, research, and other areas, Stanford University's growth and its impact is not fairly represented or experesed in the GUP.

November 17, 2017

Throughout the Stanford GUP, there are terms relating to traffic and the metrics around traffic.   With millions of square feet being added, thousands of housing units, greatly expanded hospital and medical facilities, and a substantial increase in commercial, research, and other areas, Stanford University's growth and its impact is not fairly represented or experesed in the GUP.