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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
Faced with possible closure, Flegel's asks for help from the community
Flegel’s furniture store has been an institution in Menlo Park's downtown for 69 years, but now it's facing possible closure and asking for the community for help to stay in business.
[Thursday, May 4, 2023]

Xerox donates its pioneering Palo Alto Research Center to SRI in Menlo Park
Xerox donated its pioneering Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) to Menlo Park-based SRI International to collaborate on new innovations, the company announced.
[Wednesday, May 3, 2023]

Meta to settle class action lawsuit for $725 million
Facebook users who had accounts between May 2007 and December 2022 can apply for their share of a $725 million class-action settlement.
[Friday, May 5, 2023]

House fire near Oak Knoll School in Menlo Park causes over $300K in damages
A fire at a house on White Oak Drive in Menlo Park caused an estimated $315,000 in damages. There were no injuries, firefighters said.
[Thursday, April 27, 2023]

Housing advocates: Menlo Park is on the right track with plan for thousands of new units
The California Department of Housing and Community Development asked Menlo Park to revise its housing element for a second time. Housing advocates say the city doesn't have far to go to get its plan for thousands of new units approved.
[Wednesday, April 26, 2023]

Despite years of work, homes along San Francisquito Creek may never escape flood zone designation
At a community outreach meeting in Palo Alto on April 20, residents of Menlo Park, Palo Alto and East Palo Alto learned that they might never escape FEMA’s flood zone designation.
[Tuesday, April 25, 2023]

Menlo Park family fights 'dangerous dog' designation, petitioning court to overturn decision for their golden retriever
The owners of a three-year-old golden retriever are petitioning the superior court of San Mateo County over a dangerous animal designation that they call “quasi-criminal.”
[Friday, April 21, 2023]

Ravenswood bike lane pilot project advances, going to City Council for a vote
The newly striped bike lane on Ravenswood Avenue could become a permanent fixture between Alma Street and Noel Drive after a unanimous vote by the Menlo Park Complete Streets Commission April 17.
[Wednesday, April 19, 2023]

State officials: Menlo Park's adopted housing element misses the mark
The Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) asked Menlo Park to revise its housing element, pointing out that many of the sites the city identified for development are currently occupied.
[Thursday, April 13, 2023]

Friends remember slain Atherton arborist as generous, hard-working
The friends of Kathy Hughes Anderson, former Atherton arborist who was murdered in her Menlo Park home, don't want her defined by her death. Instead, they hope that she'll be remembered for her generosity and hard work.
[Friday, April 14, 2023]