MV's withdrawl could shut down animal shelter
Original post made on Mar 28, 2012
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on Mar 28, 2012 at 2:33 pm
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Palo Alto Municipal Services Center, a critical hub of city services
For AUTO dealer or anything else in that location - NO - NO -NO - NO - NO - NO
Hopefully Palo Alto's Policy and Services Committee plus the City Council will learn how to say one (1) word >>>> NO !!!!
on Mar 28, 2012 at 2:34 pm
Please see my "comment" on the headline issue of Traffic Cameras onGrant Road.. That cost us (yeah, like "Grants" are not a real cost?"...over $400,000... I'd much rather keep the Animal Shelter for $400.000 per year than pay that for Traffic Cameras to monitor traffic flows.
Time to make real priority calls rather then just keep spending spending spending.
on Mar 28, 2012 at 2:41 pm
This "NO-NO-NO" attitude makes NO sense. It is not like they have a choice of saying Yes or No the shelter going under. Mountain View is pulling out, so the center will eventually fail. So the center is going away regardless. The city can either allow something there to gather tax revenue to help offset rising pension costs, or they can just let the center decay unused and generate nothing for anyone. It is not a matter of saying NO to a dealership. It is a matter of deciding how to best use the space that is likely to be available.