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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 Balance initiative sparks fervent debate among residents
A ballot initiative that would take key decisions on new housing out of the hands of the Menlo Park City Council sharply divided community members at the July 26 meeting, inspiring 33 people to come out and speak.
[Thursday, July 28, 2022]

Menlo Park's Burgess Pool contract is up for approval, would extend operations by one year
A proposal to have Tim Sheeper operate Burgess Pool in Menlo Park for another year is up for approval by the City Council tonight at the July 26 council meeting.
[Tuesday, July 26, 2022]

Menlo Park: Survey asks community to weigh in on major SRI redevelopment plan
The developer behind the Parkline project, a large mixed-use revamp of the SRI International campus in Menlo Park, is doing an outreach tour for residents to weigh in on its plans.
[Thursday, July 21, 2022]

Menlo Park comes to an agreement with Tim Sheeper on Burgess Pool management
Tim Sheeper of Menlo Swim and Sport and Menlo Park city staff have come to a one-year agreement regarding the continued management of Burgess Pool for the Menlo Park City Council to review at its upcoming July 26 meeting.
[Friday, July 15, 2022]

'It would change my life.' New reports on Flood school apartments show need for staff housing
The proposed workforce housing project at the former Flood School would create less traffic than reopening a school of the same size, according to Menlo Park city staff.
[Thursday, July 14, 2022]

A $4.5 million grant from the state sparks Menlo Park's conversion to all-electric buildings
Menlo Park is receiving $4.5 million from the state to fund the city’s electrification program in partnership with BlocPower, aiming to make the switch from natural gas more affordable to residents.
[Thursday, July 7, 2022]

Menlo Park councilman floats compromise on Flood School housing plan
A proposal put forward by Menlo Park City Council member Ray Mueller in an op-ed July 5 aims to craft a compromise on the contested housing development at the former James Flood Magnet School, but major players aren't on board yet.
[Thursday, July 7, 2022]

Menlo Balance initiative faces council scrutiny, resident complaints
Menlo Balance's initiative to prohibit the Menlo Park City Council from redesignating lots zoned for single-family homes without voter approval has all the signatures needed to appear on the November ballot.
[Thursday, June 30, 2022]

Menlo Park council in tense negotiations with aquatics center operator over Burgess Pool contract
Contract negotiations to decide who will operate Menlo Park's public pools appear to have hit an impasse at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 28.
[Saturday, July 2, 2022]

Emerald Hills resident powers the community
Faced with overnight power outages, Emerald Hills resident George Whitehill and his family decided to assist the community where they could by providing power for neighbors to charge their devices.
[Wednesday, June 29, 2022]