Jury finds Palo Alto Medical Foundation negligent in treatment of Menlo Park woman’s migraines: By Sue Dremann, Palo Alto Weekly Staff
The Palo Alto Medical Foundation was hit with one of the largest medical malpractice verdicts in Santa Clara County history Monday, March 19, after a Menlo Park woman suffered paralysis while undergoing treatment for migraines. Continue reading
To me, the most disturbing and distasteful feature of the Sunnyvale Palo Alto Medical Foundation, designed by Hawley Peterson Snyder, is the nonchalant placement of the Parking Garage Exhaust Vent adjacent to an 80-year-old woman’s home which was omitted from study in the PAMF DEIR/FEIR.
- PAMF Parking Garage Vents
During the June 23, 2009 Council Hearing, a compelling speaker, Trustee Robert Varesio, implored “The Planning Commission would not address or answer my questions about persistent proximate exposure.” Continue reading
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Tagged CEQA EIR LAW, Cynthia Greaves, Gary Luebbers, Gerri Caruso, Hanson Hom Sunnyvale, Hawley Peterson Synder Architects, PAMF, Parking Garage Vents, Sunnyvale City Council, Sunnyvale Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Sutter Health
The City of Sunnyvale has permitted The Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Project to begin demotion and excavation despite the current CEQA litigation.
PAMF Giant Pit 301 Old San Francisco Road, Sunnyvale
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This surprising approval seemingly contradicts the first indicator that the PAMF Rebuild Project, located at 301 Old San Francisco Road, required an Environmental Impact Report (EIR), according to CEQA, due to the intense construction noise impacts occurring from demolition and excavation that would exceed The City of Sunnyvale Noise Ordinance for an extended amount of time.
On 9/19/08 John Schwarz, of David J Powers & Associates, forwarded the draft environmental noise report from Illingworth & Rodkin to Sunnyvale Planners Gerri Caruso and Trudi Ryan warning “given the proximity of the residential uses, the HIGH construction levels anticipated and the duration of exposure to those levels . . . do not give it to Camino until we have a chance to discuss it.” Continue reading