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Lastly, I think Pat Burt got it right

Juin 02, 22
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Lastly, I think Pat Burt got it right

To the extent proponents spent so much time balking at monitoring and the gated approach to enrollment increases, it makes me wonder if they have truly changed their colors and will be forthright.

This huge push is another sign of Palo Alto entitlement for the rich

Trip counts, measured only at Cati driveways, are a spurious metric. Obviously traffic will dramatically increase but the trip count metric Windsor Canada free hookup website can be met by just parking a block or two away from the school and walking. Doing so still clogs the city streets and adds to pollution.

I have lived in Palo Alto since 1965, and I live near the school. I think the past behavior or the school in breaking the rules and their present wish to expand are outrageous! 540 students coming to a school on busy Embarcadero ! Why can’t they move to another area to expand, and not insist on impacting a dense residential area. A larger school population is both unnecessary and unsafe for the community. I support women’s education, but this expansion is pure greed and entitlement. Do not allow it!

Thank you Council members Cormack and Tanaka for supporting Castilleja’s plan. While listening to last night’s meeting I wanted everyone to STOP, take a minute and think about what you are doing to our community? And what you are communicating to our children? That there is no forgiveness for past wrongdoings? That the noise of laughter, competition and learning are not a joy to hear? That you do not have a few minutes in your day to sit in a bit more traffic? That the inconvenience of a long construction project is not worth the years of education it will benefit students for generations to come? That the experience of watching your child performing in a school play is too much to ask for? That the gift of a Castilleja education for a student from an under-resourced neighboring public school is not worth the increased student enrollment?

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