City Council Weekly Digest

September 29, 2017 - This week's stories

 • Next Steps for Downtown Paseo
 • 
Police kick off a new season of Friday night lights 
 • 
Library hosts international of emerging female leaders in tech
 • Police narcotic detection dog “Duke” recipient of canine excellence award

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Sept 30 to Oct 07
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Next Steps for Downtown Paseo

The Downtown Paseo, which is a reuse of a portion of a street for pedestrian and open space connectivity was a component of the downtown portion of the Specific Plan for the City. The City wanted to do a trial of the Paseo in an effort to gather information regarding the best location for this amenity. By using artificially turf, furniture, and closing a portion of the street, the first location for the paseo was on Chestnut street near Santa Cruz. The State of the City speech was the first use of the paseo...Click to continue

Next Steps for Downtown Paseo

Police kick off a new season of Friday night lights 

The Police Department brings back “Friday Night Lights” for the fourth season. The 2017 season, first tailgate festivities will be Friday, Oct. 6 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM at the Boys & Girls Club located at 401 Pierce Road and will be held in conjunction with the Boys & Girls Club “family night.” Youth and adults are encouraged to join the fun and enjoy food, ice cream, refreshments and giveaways as police officers and...Click to continue

Police kick off a new season of Friday night lights

Library hosts international of emerging female leaders in tech

On Monday, Oct. 2 at 6:30 p.m., the Menlo Park Library will host TechWomen an international panel of emerging leaders in technology fields. Young female engineers, computer security professionals and others from Kenya, Algeria, Tunisia, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria will be accompanied by their local mentor, Symantec Enterprise Security Director Ellen Brewer...Click to continue

Library hosts international of emerging female leaders in tech

Police narcotic detection dog “Duke” recipient of canine excellence award

Police narcotics detection canine, Duke, has been recognized nationally and named a winner of the 18th annual  Awards for Canine Excellence (ACE) by the American Kennel Club (AKC®) in the category of uniformed service K-9. AKC is a national organization founded in 1884 that advocates dogs as a family companion, advances canine...Click to continue

Police narcotic detection dog “Duke” recipient of canine excellence award

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