Stanford GUP Concluded…Latest Info

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The Latest News…

Stanford has withdrawn their application for a general use permit (GUP). Thank you for staying informed throughout the Stanford GUP advocacy and for doing your part in protecting the quality of PAUSD education for all our students. We applaud all 17 PTAs/PTSAs Advocacy work and tremendous efforts in making elementary and secondary students’ voices heard by speaking at the RALLY and PUBLIC HEARING.

Recent News Articles…

Palo Alto Online: Stanford Withdraws Expansion Application Palo Alto Online:  Hundreds  Call for More Funding From Stanford For Expansion

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PTAC: Stanford General Use Permit (GUP) Sign Making Party

PTAC: Stanford General Use Permit (GUP) Sign Making Party – Help Needed To Get To the Finish Line 
 
PTA Council is hosting a Sign Making Party. Let’s make a joyful noise… On Tuesday Oct. 22, all school families are needed to attend this FINAL public hearing at PA City Hall including high school, middle school and especially elementary students.  The signs we make will be proudly displayed at City Hall. We have poster boards and need your idea and your artistic talents. Everyone welcome. Bring your own art supplies. Time and location coming soon. Questions? Email PTAC GUP Committee Chair at gabrielleconway12345@gmail.com.

Stanford GUP: Your Voice is Needed

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors is voting on the GUP this Fall! Your voice needed now.

  • Message the Board of Supervisors for “full mitigation.”

  •  iPhone users: Tap twice on your phones in the Click My Cause app (free in the app store, select Palo Alto PTA Council). Android users: “Android users:  Sign the petiton.

  • Attend the Board of Supervisors hearing in Palo Alto – the ONLY hearing in Palo Alto before they vote on the GUP.

Tuesday, October 22, at 6 p.m.  Palo Alto City Hall, 250 Hamilton, parking underground

This is our opportunity to make our case for “full mitigation.”