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[21 Feb 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Mountain View development displaces longtime residents The Mountain View City Council has approved six homes on Fairchild Drive for redevelopment into 18 row houses. But this project is displacing current residents out of their homes in costly Silicon Valley.

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[7 Nov 2013 | Comments Off | ]
San Mateo foresees ‘silver tsunami’ of aging Baby Boomers who can’t afford home prices By 2030, almost a quarter of San Mateo County’s population is expected to be older than 65. San Mateo city officials are exploring how to address housing affordability for an aging demographic.

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[4 Nov 2013 | Comments Off | ]
Palo Alto residents share thoughts on sale, possible closure of Hamilton Avenue post office Palo Alto residents have expressed a wide range of opinions and sentiments regarding the possible closure of the city’s iconic, 70-year-old post office on Hamilton Avenue.

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[30 Oct 2013 | Comments Off | ]
Menlo Park’s search for homeless shelter site runs into pockets of protest Menlo Park officials are working to identify a neighborhood site for a new homeless shelter, aware that their choice may be unpopular — at least at first.

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[9 Oct 2013 | Comments Off | ]
Divided by speeding cars, Half Moon Bay debates options for making life safer along Highway 1 Residents of eastern Half Moon Bay are struggling with safely navigating chores on foot on their side of California’s major coastal artery, without a nearby traffic signal, sidewalks or pedestrian paths.

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[16 Jul 2013 | Comments Off | ]
Squeezed by the foreclosure crisis and booming Silicon Valley real estate, East Palo Alto confronts gentrification Many longtime residents and housing advocates worry that East Palo Alto will become inaccessible to the people it has traditionally served since its incorporation 30 years ago.

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[11 Apr 2013 | Comments Off | ]
Commercial real estate report and a look at school truancy’s ties to community crime [PODCAST] On this week’s Peninsula Report Radio show, Atul Singh, editor-in-chief of FairObserver.com, joins us to discuss North Korea, America and the warlike words that flow in both directions. In the midst of bluster and fear, what and how should the media report? Also this week, Peninsula Press reporter Anna Li gives us a Silicon Valley economic update through the lens of bricks and mortar — commercial real estate occupany rates are reaching record highs in the valley. And Alexei Koseff returns with an East Palo …