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Cameron Rebosio

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About Cameron
Cameron Rebosio joined The Almanac in 2022 as the Menlo Park reporter. She was previously a staff writer at the Daily Californian and an intern at the Palo Alto Weekly.

Cameron graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in English and Political Science.
Stories by Cameron
Menlo Park affordable housing development begins accepting applications for lottery
MidPen Housing is accepting applications for tenants to have a chance in the lottery for affordable units at the Gateway Rising development on Willow Road. Applications are due by Feb. 17.
[Tuesday, January 31, 2023]

Menlo Park police seeking public's help after a hit-and-run seriously injures one person on Marsh Road
Menlo Park police are seeking the suspect in a hit-and-run collision on Jan. 26 involving two vehicles on Marsh Road near Highway 101 that resulted in serious injuries to at least one person.
[Monday, January 30, 2023]

Heavy storms caused hundreds of calls to Menlo Park as city contended with flooding, downed trees
The wet start to the year in Menlo Park resulted in nearly 200 storm-related calls to the city and 220 tons of sand being used for sandbags by residents, according to City Manager Justin Murphy at a Jan. 24 City Council meeting.
[Friday, January 27, 2023]

Why build 550 housing units instead of 1,700? Menlo Park commission seeks much higher density for Parkline project at SRI campus
The Menlo Park Planning Commission recommended a higher density of housing units while reviewing the Parkline development’s plan in a Jan. 23 meeting, saying it could match Willow Village's 1,730 units.
[Tuesday, January 24, 2023]

Three clerks in Menlo Park cited for selling alcohol to minors
Three clerks and servers in Menlo Park were cited Jan. 20 for the sale of alcohol to minors following a decoy operation by the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) and Menlo Park Police.
[Monday, January 23, 2023]

Menlo Park Mayor Jen Wolosin wants to look at the big picture in 2023
Menlo Park's new mayor for 2023 is Jen Wolosin, who promises to prioritize her campaign promises while remaining flexible.
[Friday, January 20, 2023]

Menlo Park Planning Commission seeks to curb displacement and fill city-owned lots with affordable homes
Menlo Park's Planning Commission highlighted the ideas of city-owned affordable housing and anti-displacement measures at a Jan. 12 meeting, the second-to-last meeting on the housing element.
[Tuesday, January 17, 2023]

Menlo Park hires key positions amid city staff shortage
The city of Menlo Park has hired two newcomers and promoted one city staff member to fill three key positions as City Hall tried to recover from a lengthy staffing shortage. Here are the three positions being filled.
[Friday, January 13, 2023]

Menlo Park City Council appoints Maria Doerr to District 5 seat
The Menlo Park City Council has a new member. Maria Doerr was appointed to represent District 5 at a special Jan. 9 meeting, to fill a vacancy left by Ray Mueller who was elected to the county Board of Supervisors.
[Monday, January 9, 2023]

Year in review: Affordable housing, scientific advancement and COVID recovery in Menlo Park
This year in Menlo Park was about a city reopening, reverting the final constraints of the pandemic and bringing back big events. It was also a year focused on housing, and a divisive affordable housing idea that split residents.
[Tuesday, January 3, 2023]