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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 officials talk emergency vehicle access, quiet zones in meeting over future of Caltrain crossings
Emergency vehicle access, quiet zones and bike and pedestrian access were all top of mind during a joint meeting between the Menlo Park City Council and the Menlo Park Fire Protection District on May 30.
[Thursday, June 8, 2023]

SLAC employees raise pride flag over Menlo Park research lab
Employees at SLAC National Laboratory celebrated the beginning of Pride Month Thursday by raising the Progress Pride flag on their Menlo Park campus, calling it a celebration and recognition of work still to be done.
[Friday, June 2, 2023]

Noisy pool heaters force Menlo Park council to confront its own rules on ditching gas-powered appliances
The Menlo Park City Council faced a problem at its May 23 City Council meeting: an environmentally friendly heat pump pool heater at the new community center under construction in Belle Haven exceeds the city's nighttime noise limits.
[Thursday, June 1, 2023]

One Menlo Park crosswalk accounts for nearly a quarter of pedestrian collisions. The city is trying to fix it
Menlo Park’s most dangerous crosswalk is undergoing a pilot program to improve safety. The downtown intersection accounts for nearly a quarter of all the city's vehicle collisions with pedestrian collisions last year.
[Friday, May 26, 2023]

After hearing neighbors' concerns, Menlo Park council strikes compromise over new restaurant's live music, outdoor patio
The Menlo Park City Council on May 23 approved a compromise allowing a new restaurant downtown to offer live music, alcohol and outdoor seating, after nearby neighbors raised concerns about noise.
[Wednesday, May 24, 2023]

Menlo Park VA plans for 62 units of affordable housing along Willow Road
The Menlo Park Planning Commission reviewed a proposal for a 62-unit affordable housing building at the Veteran’s Affairs (VA) campus at 795 Willow Road.
[Thursday, May 18, 2023]

After a stormy winter, Menlo Park residents share strategies for handling extended power outages
Menlo Park residents and city staff gathered recently for a Menlo Park Community Collaboration meeting focused how neighbors can help each other during extended power outages likes the ones experiences this winter.
[Friday, May 19, 2023]

With safety in mind, Menlo Park reduces Middlefield Road to a three-lane road
The lanes on Middlefield Road in Menlo Park are being restriped between Ravenswood Avenue and Willow Road to make it a three-lane street with a center turn lane as part of a pilot program.
[Thursday, May 18, 2023]

How will Menlo Park pay for $4M quiet zone along train tracks?
At Tuesday night’s Menlo Park City Council meeting, residents came out in droves to support a quiet zone throughout the city, with stories of train horns disrupting their quality of life.
[Thursday, May 11, 2023]

Using DNA evidence, Atherton police arrest man in connection to string of burglaries
The Atherton Police Department has arrested a suspect in connection to a string of burglaries, including one that occurred in Atherton 2022. Law enforcement used DNA evidence to link him to the incident.
[Friday, May 5, 2023]