Los Altos City Council will vote on Feb. 9 to approve plans to revitalize 1st Street. Although construction is not scheduled until 2012, shop owners wonder if their stores will survive construction. And cycling advocates wish there’d be a bike lane.
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SAN MATEO COUNTY–The Parks Department is likely to face at least a 10 percent budget reduction next fiscal year, leading to increased overnight camping fees and higher house rentals for rangers.
SAN MATEO COUNTY–In the midst of San Mateo County’s budget crunch, David Holland knows his department might be the first to face cuts next year–And yet, in the middle of the storm, he remains calm.
SAN MATEO– Voters passed two tax hike initiatives on the Nov. 3 election to avoid a reduction of city services, including parks.
Amidst California’s ongoing fiscal crisis, San Mateo County’s Parks Department announced on Oct. 1 that it expects to see its 2010-2011 budget slashed –leading to shorter hours or even park closures.