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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 council votes to allow development of up to 100 housing units per acre in downtown
After going back and forth at a Nov. 28 meeting, the Menlo Park City Council voted for seven rezoning resolutions, including allowing up to 100 units per acre downtown. With bonuses for affordable housing, that could rise to 150 units.
[Thursday, November 30, 2023]

Tonight: Menlo Park council considers zoning changes to greatly increase housing density in parts of the city
Tonight, the Menlo Park City Council is planning to review new zoning measures that could raise the allowable building density in some areas of the city to 150 units per acre.
[Tuesday, November 28, 2023]

Heirloom Organic Gardens, a staple at Menlo Park's farmers market, fights to stay afloat
Menlo Park Farmers Market staple Heirloom Organic Gardens is struggling to make it after the COVID19 pandemic, so owner Grant Brians has started a GoFundMe asking the community to help.
[Wednesday, November 22, 2023]

Menlo Park to gather data on impact of Middle Avenue traffic safety pilot project
Menlo Park's Middle Avenue project has faced contention and at a Nov. 8 Complete Streets Commission meeting, commissioners came up with a plan to track the success and conduct outreach.
[Sunday, November 19, 2023]

Menlo Park council bucks public sentiment, doesn't name new community campus after Onetta Harris
After four years of construction and debate over the naming of the new community campus in Menlo Park, it has officially been named the Belle Haven Community Campus at a Nov. 14 City Council meeting.
[Thursday, November 16, 2023]

Council weighs how to staff Menlo Park’s new community center amid city's budget woes
With Menlo Park’s new community campus opening in Belle Haven in mid-2024, the City Council is aiming to hold down staffing expenses due to the city's $1 million budget deficit.
[Tuesday, November 14, 2023]

Menlo Park Planning Commission recommends boosting apartment density as high as 150 units per acre
Relief was tangible as the Menlo Park Planning Commission on Monday, Nov. 6, concluded its year of zoning conversations, recommending that the City Council raise density in apartment districts to a maximum of 150 units per acre.
[Sunday, November 12, 2023]

Schools get priority as Menlo Park council seeks to make city streets safer
Facing grim collision data from the state, the Menlo Park City Council focused on school zone safety and "high-collision corridors" in its conversation about the Vision Zero Action Plan at a Nov. 7 meeting.
[Thursday, November 9, 2023]

After community outpouring, Menlo Park commissioners agree on naming Community Campus after Onetta Harris
After an outpouring of support for naming the new Menlo Park Community Campus after Onetta Harris, city commissioners agreed to recommend honoring the late Belle Haven resident and community activist to the City Council.
[Wednesday, November 1, 2023]

This week: One last chance to comment on Menlo Park's latest housing plan before the City Council's vote
Menlo Park’s housing element is coming back around to the City Council, but first, the document is up for public review by residents.
[Tuesday, October 31, 2023]