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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's Willow Village nears finish line as Planning Commission reviews EIR
The Menlo Park Planning Commission reviewed the final environmental impact report (EIR) for Meta's Willow Village on Oct. 24, where residents spoke strongly in favor of the huge development.
[Friday, October 28, 2022]

Your questions on Measure V answered
Amid public confusion surrounding this ballot measure, we've researched the answers to some frequently asked questions about Menlo Park's Measure V.
[Friday, October 28, 2022]

Menlo Park City Council tables plan to remove parking on Middle Avenue
Residents at the Menlo Park City Council meeting Oct.19 spoke out about the city's plan to remove parking on both sides of Middle Avenue, with some residents saying it was the first they'd heard of it.
[Monday, October 24, 2022]

Four strive to fill three seats on the Menlo Park fire district board
Two incumbents and two newcomers are on the Nov. 8 ballot running for a seat on the Menlo Park Fire Protection District Board of Directors. Here's where they stand on key issues.
[Thursday, October 20, 2022]

Portola Valley candidates talk electric appliance mandates, housing and term limits at forum
The nonprofit group Portola Valley Residents hosted a Town Council candidate forum at Portola Valley’s Town Center on Oct. 13, exclusively for residents. Here are the five candidates' answers to audience questions on key issues.
[Monday, October 17, 2022]

Two candidates aim to represent largest district in San Mateo County
In the race for District 3 of the Board of Supervisors, Menlo Park City Council Member Ray Mueller and San Carlos City Council Member Laura Parmer-Lohan are competing to represent the largest district by area.
[Monday, October 17, 2022]

Portola Valley Town Council forum billed as 'residents only,' attempts to exclude journalists
A candidate forum for the Portola Valley Town Council race on Thursday evening attempted to exclude journalists and all non-residents of Portola Valley. This reporter showed up anyway.
[Friday, October 14, 2022]

Menlo Park's Measure V puts the future of zoning in the public's hands
On Nov. 8, Menlo Park voters face a critical question on housing and the longstanding ability of the City Council to make land use decisions, with Measure V proposing a significant power shift away from elected officials.
[Friday, October 14, 2022]

World's largest digital camera debuts in Menlo Park
The largest digital camera in the world is in Menlo Park, on its way to a north Chilean mountaintop to map the stars, hopefully discovering billions of galaxies and new objects.
[Thursday, October 13, 2022]

Coroner identifies tree-trimmer who died in Menlo Park after falling into wood chipper
The San Mateo County Coroner's Office has identified the man who died of his injuries after falling into a wood chipper on Peggy Lane in Menlo Park on Tuesday.
[Tuesday, October 11, 2022]