In third grade at Addison School I remember the teacher telling us that native Indians once inhabited this area. Saturday, October 6, 7: Page Mill Road or somewhere along El Camino would be an ideal site. Even better, how about we trash Cubberly and build one there. One of the best moved iv ever made.
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I often don't agree with how Councilman Tanaka votes but I surely do appreciate how he watches the budget. As for the designated bar - great idea - too bad Talbot's closed! Yes, too bad about Talbot's and the old Henry's, now Pluto's.
The Old Pro and or the Patio or maybe even the Elks if someone's a member? They've got a large bar area with a tv and attract a bigger crowd at lunch than at dinner and the owner's very helpful and interested in new ideas to expand his diner traffic. They settled near what is today Barron Park and worked as sharecroppers. Does one need to a member of an active tribe in order to operate an Indian casino in Palo Alto or can you procure an individual permit to start one? That is outside the definition of short-term "transient" occupancy.
Thanks for the clarification so those places are tax-free? Rethinking Annette's suggestion of the Old Pro, I don't think their patrons would be eager to watch CC meeting instead of their usual sports events. Off-topic -- Around a decade ago someone suggested an afternoon get-together of Town Square denizens one day at The Patio.
I forget who it was, and can't find that thread among the millions of archives. Turned out the venue was closed for another party, so the instigator moved our event to either Old Pro or Nola's. I missed it in the confusion, but heard that a small handful managed to show up.
Back in the go-go days of internet blossoming in the late nineties, a stock market forum named Silicon Investor convened a well-attended gala up in San Francisco.
Fascinating to meet the faces behind the diverse opinions. I think we all lost our nascent fortunes in the ensuing crash. Musical, I remember that thread but forget the details. Lots of similar "community" examples and not all ancient history. This is also why many women don't use their real names in some communities but that's another swerve. Ryze, a short-lived Silicon Valley business networking "community," held a reception at Tamarine during one of the dot. Paying members got to see photos and bios to get a jump on their networking.
The Well, a long-lived "pioneering" community founded in the mid 80s, held monthly parties. A gaming casino would certainly create a lot of new jobs.
How about a tax on bicycles as well? Issue city licenses based on registration. It would also aid in theft recovery. Same price as the license fee. Keep the fee costs reasonable so all can afford to pay.
With all the bikes in PA, this would generate sizeable tax revenue. John Grisham wrote a short story about a this very thing - local hustler claimed to be an Indian and opened a casino. Things went pretty well - until they didn't. I was joking about Old Pro and The Patio! But I like the idea of a bike tax. Or at least registration. It makes sense since bikes and cars share the road.
Boston did this years ago; I laughed as I registered my toddler's tricycle. Oh, Barron Park isn't fancy enough for that kinda talent. I'd vote for Midtown. Even better, how about we trash Cubberly and build one there. We could call it "The Keene Casino at Cubberly". Back to the hotel tax. This makes for interesting reading. Would love to see a gaming casino in Palo Alto with celebrity entertainment. It would also have to offer a world-class buffet as well.
Does one have to be an actual descendant of an Ohlone to operate a casino in Palo Alto? To rule out other tribes might be discrimination unless a geographic background is a mandatory prerequisite. Could an East Indian also qualify if they had the financial backing?
These were Ohlone food staples and we must honor the tradition. But nothing of the likes in Palo Alto. We have and approve hotels in PA because there is a need.
Hotels come here because they think they can meet their goals for achieving a profit ratio. But at some point we have saturated the area and filled the need. Raising the hotel tax is a major buzz kill for the hotels - people can go over the city line to an adjoining town.
This city keeps thwarting actual businesses for some reason or another. Vote no on the tax and let the hotels sell more rooms. No - I do not work for a hotel. But I am watching Menlo Park build more hotels so the area has choices in abundance. It seems like there are a sizable number of folks who would like to see a gaming casino in Palo Alto. Everyday life is a gamble. Might as well do it with money. A Palo Alto casino would add to the city's reputation as a prominent player in the world of high-tech and business.
It would also pay homage to the memory and historical significance of the Abaloney Indians who used to inhabit the area long before the Spanish arrived.