Stanford Univ. Landuse Plans Under Scrutiny

Standford University, the largest single landowner in the Bay Area, has drawn up a landuse map for the future that is facing unprecedented community scrutiny.

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July 31, 2000, 7:00 AM PDT

By Abhijeet Chavan @http://twitter.com/legalaidtech


Stanford University proposes to build more than4 million square feet over the next 10 years including3,000 housing units. The landuse proposal still leavesabout two-thirds of the university's territory as open space. Environmentalists have decried the plans forlnot preserving open space. Neighborhood city leadersand planners have praised the plans.

Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan

Sunday, July 30, 2000 in San Jose Mercury News

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