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Palo Alto revives its interest in a business tax

City Council approves work plan to place a measure on 2020 ballot that would pay for transportation projects By Gennady Sheyner, Palo Alto Weekly After four years of false starts ...

Family business speaks out after two ADA lawsuits

By Allison Levitsky, Daily Post Staff Writer. A second Palo Alto motel in two months has been hit with a lawsuit by Scott Johnson, a quadriplegic attorney who has sued ...

Palo Alto profiting from unauthorized short-term rentals

By Ashlyn Rollins, Peninsula Press. Palo Alto is collecting taxes on Airbnb rentals in the city even as a zoning ordinance technically prohibits their operation in single-family residential districts. The ...
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City to borrow $46 million, but incurring this debt won’t require voter approval

By Elaine Goodman, Daily Post Correspondent. The Palo Alto City Council tonight (Oct. 15) will consider a plan for financing construction of a $45.8 million parking garage in the California ...
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Editorial: No on Measure E

Daily Post Editorial. Palo Alto’s Measure E seems like a tax inspired by a Monty Python skit. In one episode, a politician in a bowler hat says, “To improve the ...
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Hotel execs brace for battle against Measure E

By Gennady Sheyner, Palo Alto Weekly. Stanford University's graduation season typically brings flush times to the Cardinal Hotel, with guests booking rooms at the downtown Palo Alto hotel months in ...