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Council discusses Hangar One reuse

Original post made on Aug 21, 2008

Council member Jac Siegel is calling for the city to take an official role in the reuse of historic Hangar One, and as a result the City Council briefly discussed the subject at its regular meeting Tuesday.

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    Posted by Level
    a resident of Whisman Station
    on Aug 21, 2008 at 8:50 am

    Yes, the hangar has been around and a point of interest but unless it was turned into a usable building or a hugh musuem it is currently a hugh waste of space...pun intended.

    Get the recycling crews out there and scrap ever inch that you can and turn the land into something useful...maybe a park

    Other suggestions:
    1) Let FedEx and UPS use this space as their airport and shipping center so local airports with passengers don't have to deal with delays due to these jets taking up a flight window.

    2) Let Google take over this area...I sure they can think of something.

    3) Stanford student housing

    4) NASCAR race track - good for business / not for noise

    5) Hugh park - expand Shoreline Park

    6) Solar panel energy field

    Add on to the list....use this land. Don't just let some non-usable structure sit there.


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    on Sep 10, 2017 at 1:14 pm

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