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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
Parents sue Menlo Park police and city, claiming negligence in daughter's death
The family of Menlo Park resident Ashley Kilkelly is suing the city for wrongful death and negligence, claiming police officers failed to properly conduct a welfare check at her apartment.
[Monday, April 10, 2023]

Council wants new Menlo Park Community Center to focus on Belle Haven residents
The need for Belle Haven-centric services was front and center as the Menlo Park City Council discussed future programming at the Menlo Park Community Center (MPCC) at an April 4 meeting at the Belle Haven Library.
[Sunday, April 9, 2023]

West Menlo mailbox theft leaves resident with $18K in fraudulent charges
When Kate Mulligan dropped checks in the roadside mailbox outside the Menlo Park Avy Avenue post office, she thought her money was safe. However, $18,400 later, she realized someone had stolen from her.
[Friday, April 7, 2023]

Menlo Park may have to refund residents for utilities tax after judge sides with plaintiffs
A San Mateo County Superior Court Judge issued a tentative ruling Monday that Menlo Park that favored plaintiffs who claimed that they were owed a refund on their Utility Users Tax dating back to 2020.
[Wednesday, April 5, 2023]

Menlo Park resident's COVID-19 artwork now on display at the NIH museum
When Menlo Park nurse Elizabeth McCarthy received a letter from the NIH, she was panicked. The letter instead said that her COVID-19-themed art would be a part of the permanent collection of the NIH's Stetten Museum.
[Wednesday, April 5, 2023]

Atherton home burglarized after suspects smash through window
The Atherton Police Department is investigating a residential burglary that occurred Saturday night on the 400 block of Walsh Road.
[Sunday, April 2, 2023]

Menlo Park's deficit spending, expected to be in the millions, shrinks to $15K
Menlo Park's budget outlook this year is much better than its prior gloomy predictions, with a new report showing that an expected deficit of $6.4 million has now shrunk to a mere $15,000.
[Wednesday, March 29, 2023]

New report reveals Latinos are disproportionately stopped by police in Menlo Park
Police in Menlo Park stopped a disproportionate number of Hispanic or Latino people last year, according to Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA) data released by the city's police department.
[Friday, March 31, 2023]

Man convicted for 2018 murder in Menlo Park faces sentencing next week
Francis Wolke, convicted murderer of Menlo Park resident and Atherton arborist Kathy Hughes Anderson, is set to be sentenced on April 5, 2023.
[Wednesday, March 29, 2023]

Middle Plaza's retail development offers local luxury
With Menlo Park's downtown poised for revitalization, eyes are turning to the luxurious Middle Plaza development at 500 El Camino Real, filled with fine jewelry and watches and topped with fine dining.
[Wednesday, March 29, 2023]