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News - February 23, 2018

Residents vow to fight teacher housing idea

Cooper Park is the best bet for district-run housing, but faces opposition

by Kevin Forestieri

Several nearby residents are pushing back against the idea of converting a large portion of Cooper Park into lower-cost housing for local teachers and school staff, decrying the potential loss of open space and worsening traffic in an already-congested area of Mountain View.

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