Menlo Park begins community meetings on high speed rail
The following is from a press alert issued by Kent Steffens, Menlo Park’s Deputy City Manager:
Beginning on Monday, August 30, the Menlo Park City Council High Speed Rail Subcommittee will begin holding monthly open public
meetings on the topic. Monday’s meeting will be from 5:30 to 6:30 in the City Council Conference Room on the first floor of City Hall at 701 Laurel Street in Menlo Park.
According to Menlo Park Mayor Rich Cline, who serves on the Council High Speed Rail Subcommittee with Council member Kelly Fergusson, “The meetings are designed to open up the communication lines between the public and the subcommittee regarding high speed rail in Menlo Park. There are many recent developments on high speed rail that the community may be interested in, including the release of the Final Program Level Environmental Impact Report, the release of the Supplemental Alternatives Analysis, and the recent funding request sent by the High Speed Rail Authority to Federal government.”
Meetings will be held every four weeks on Mondays at 5:30 to 6:30 PM in City Council Conference Room. The next meeting will be Monday, September 27.