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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
Holiday Fund: New Boys and Girls Club CEO wants to bring opportunity to all
Following the death of longtime CEO Peter Fortenbaugh, the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula's new CEO Jenny Obiaya is working to preserve his legacy and further opportunities for local children.
[Monday, December 12, 2022]

Menlo Park City Council approves Meta's Willow Village megaproject
Meta's ambitious Willow Village development in Belle Haven was approved Dec. 6 after two years of collaboration and deliberation with the Menlo Park City Council.
[Thursday, December 8, 2022]

See the precincts where Menlo Park's Measure V ballot initiative won
Menlo Park's controversial Measure V was soundly defeated in the Nov. 8 election, with only one area strongly in support: Flood School's neighbors.
[Friday, December 9, 2022]

Menlo Park hosts tree lighting event, bringing back the holiday tradition for the first time since COVID
Menlo Park's tree lighting event was held for the first time since 2019 in Fremont Park on Friday, Dec. 2. The event included an inflatable snow globe, snow fairies and performances by local children.
[Monday, December 5, 2022]

Following Ray Mueller's electoral victory, Menlo Park seeks replacement for District 5 council seat
Following Council member Ray Mueller’s election to the San Mateo Board of Supervisors and subsequent resignation, the Menlo Park City Council is seeking applications to finish out his term and represent District 5.
[Monday, December 5, 2022]

New 163-room hotel coming to Menlo Park's Bayfront neighborhood
The Menlo Park Planning Commission voted on Nov. 14 to approve a 163-room hotel on a bite-sized property near the bay, despite a mixed reaction from commissioners worried about limited public outreach.
[Wednesday, November 23, 2022]

Getting ready to ban gas leaf blowers, Menlo Park works on outreach
When it comes to phasing out gas-powered leaf blowers, landscape professionals don't have much to say about it, according to outreach efforts by the city of Menlo Park.
[Friday, November 25, 2022]

The great pickleball debate comes to Menlo Park
The debate between pickleball and tennis in Menlo Park is heating up as residents fight for court space in Menlo Park.
[Thursday, November 17, 2022]

Menlo Park City Council wants more concessions from Meta on Willow Village
The Menlo Park City Council met on Nov. 15 and asked Meta to make concessions on its massive mixed-use Willow Village development in the Belle Haven neighborhood, with a final council decision expected before the end of the year.
[Friday, November 18, 2022]

Menlo Park commission weighs traffic, environmental impacts of future housing growth
Worse traffic and poor air quality caused by construction are among the impacts expected when Menlo Park builds out its ambitious new housing plans, according to a study reviewed by the Planning Commission on Tuesday.
[Thursday, November 17, 2022]