What is going to happen to White Way and Camino Plaza?

Camino Plaza and White Way are existing streets that are owned in fee title by the two existing property owners (only public easements are owned by the City).

A portion of the southern portion of White Way and the Camino Plaza right-of-way would both be abandoned. A new dedication for a White Way connection to El Camino Real and a new dedication to widen White Way at San Bruno Avenue (west) for access to the new adjacent medical office building would be provided. Additional public right-of-way would be dedicated to create a right hand turning lane at the intersection of San Bruno Avenue (west) and El Camino Real.

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1. What was the final City Council vote on the Mills Park Project at the July 9 meeting?
2. What is Measure N and the Transit Corridors Plan (TCP) and how does this impact the proposed Mills Park Center Development Project?
3. Is the Mills Park Center Development Project the densest and largest project in the City?
4. How will this impact traffic, deliveries, loading?
5. What about parking Impacts to the neighborhood, residential parking, library parking?
6. What is it height of this project, and how will it impact my view?
7. What is going to happen to White Way and Camino Plaza?
8. Will the development provide affordable housing?
9. Will the residential dwellings be rented or for sale units, and what will be the cost of the property?
10. How do I contact the City Council to express my opinion on the Mills Park Project?