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Meredith Slaughter in University Park January 2, 2024, 10:19 PM

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Name not shown in Duveneck/ St Francis January 2, 2024, 9:13 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Protect community health and the environment by significantly reducing lead emissions and noise pollution from planes using Palo Alto Airport.

Avroh Shah in Community Center January 2, 2024, 6:56 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? I would like the City Council to prioritize s/cap goals, working towards a sustainable future. Establish a sunset date for natural gas and continue work on housing projects.

Name not shown in Palo Verde January 2, 2024, 3:31 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Housing, especially in areas around transit nodes. Retain rental "courts" with 4 to 6 houses clustered together that were built in the 20th century. Also, climate change, with rising water levels in creeks and the bay. I like the Link shuttle.

Name not shown in Midtown/ Midtown West January 2, 2024, 3:27 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Allow dramatically more housing to be built by removing barriers to development (height requirements, density requirements, long review processes, and zoning restrictions)

Name not shown in Southgate January 2, 2024, 10:51 AM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Grade separation for rail crossings
Improved bike safety and separation of bikes from cars
Rejuvenation of ailing street trees
Increased incentives for sustainability actions (energy efficiency, electrification, grass replacement, reduced waste)

Name not shown in Green Acres January 2, 2024, 2:53 AM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Loosen up zoning restrictions to allow for more redevelopment, especially hight and density limits. Remove minimum parking requirements completely, let's build for people and not for cars. Invest in car-free transportation options: last mile solutions like rentable bicycles and scooters, etc. Subsidize affordable housing. Work with developers and not against them to become a more car-independent city that looks to the future, becomes more sustinable, and looks to undo/compensate some of the wrongs that have been done by pricing/keeping people out.

Name not shown in Charleston Terrace January 1, 2024, 8:44 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Rail crossing grade separation

Name not shown in Research Park January 1, 2024, 7:42 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? More housing (and especially more affordable housing) along transportation corridors.

Baq Haidri in Southgate January 1, 2024, 1:39 PM

What are the priorities you would like to see the City Council adopt for 2024? Adding more affordable housing to make it more vibrant and accessible to a diversity of people and reduce climate change from commuting.