A construction crew ripping up concrete on the Pacific Biosciences campus found two human skulls and other bones, according to Menlo Park police.
The crew was working on Nov. 13 when they found the bones and called police. The campus, located at 1005 Hamilton Ave. in Menlo Park, contains a known burial ground at the back of the property, police spokeswoman Nicole Acker said.
After the county coroner and police took a look at the remains, the Native American Historical Society was contacted to take possession of the bones.
hosts open house
If your social calendar isn't quite full, you might drop by Assemblyman Rich Gordon's open house in Los Altos. The newly elected representative of the new 24th Assembly District is hosting an open house on Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Topics for discussion include the state budget, state legislation and other items of interest. Created by redistricting, the 24th Assembly District now represents Menlo Park, Atherton, Portola Valley, Woodside, North Fair Oaks, East Palo Alto, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale and the coastside San Mateo County from El Granada to the county line.
The open house runs from 4 to 6 p.m. at Mr. Gordon's district office at 5050 El Camino Real, Suite 117, in Los Altos.
Email email@example.com or call 691-2121 to RSVP.
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