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Palo Alto Could Limit Private Groups' Park Rentals, and Charge Them More
Residents’ distaste for Palantir's private use of a public field has prompted Palo Alto to revisit its rental policies. Private companies could have to pay more and occupy the public space for less time. The Palo Alto-based data mining company rented parts of Cubberley Community Center's synthetic turf field for a company party. Because of setup and cleanup, the rental closed these fields to the public for 17 days, from April 24 to May 10. Read more here.
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Secretary Zinke announces nearly $32 million in boating recreation and tourism Grants
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke recently announced nearly $32 million in maritime- and boating-related grants that will benefit boating recreation and tourism by improving boating infrastructure, keeping water clean for anglers, and preserving maritime heritage and inland waterways. Click here for details.
July Legislative Quick News
The Legislative Quick News is a synopsis of the current state bills and federal legislation that the CPRS Legislative Committee is watching. Click here to download the July Legislative Quick News