Weekly Digest

March 11, 2019 - This week's stories

• Youth basketball season roars to an end at Arrillaga Family Gymnasium
• Library exhibition to highlight the human legacy of war
• Upgrades to Middlefield Road PG&E natural gas pipeline
• Apply to serve on a City Commission/Committee

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March 12 to March 18
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Youth basketball season roars to an end at Arrillaga Family Gymnasium

The 2018–2019 season of Menlo Park’s Youth Basketball League wrapped up on March 5, with a final series of 7th grade boys championship games at the Arrillaga Family Gymnasium. The games were won by Hillview 3, La Entrada 2 (Tier 2), and Hillview 2 (Tier 3) before an enthusiastic crowd of families, classmates, and friends. The basketball league is a recreational, non-competitive league, organized by the...Click to continue

Youth basketball season roars to an end at Arrillaga Family Gymnasium

Library exhibition to highlight the human legacy of war

Throughout March and April, the Menlo Park Main Library is hosting a special exhibition and event series exploring separation and reunion over multiple American wars. Showcasing veterans and their families adjusting to civilian life together–or facing the long-term costs of war–this powerful exhibition explores feelings of grief, joy, doubt and love, bringing the real experiences of war home to all of us. The traveling...Click to continue

Library exhibition to highlight the human legacy of war

Upgrades to Middlefield Road PG&E natural gas pipeline

PG&E crews are currently replacing the existing gas distribution main pipeline along Middlefield Road from Eighth Avenue in unincorporated San Mateo County, through Atherton, and up to Ringwood Avenue in Menlo Park. The project involves replacing and upgrading existing High Pressure Regulators (HPRs) currently connecting natural gas services from underground transmission and distribution...Click to continue

Upgrades to Middlefield Road PG&E natural gas pipeline

Apply to serve on a City Commission/Committee

Menlo Park welcomes and encourages residents' active participation through serving on a City-appointed commission or committee. Commissions examine issues of community interest and make recommendations to the City Council on policy matters. Each commission reviews specific subjects and carries out assignments as directed by the City Council or as prescribed by law. New opportunities to serve on the...Click to continue

Apply to serve on a City Commission/Committee

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