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NIMBY Group Loses Anti-Day Worker Center Appeal
Eye on Mountain View
The Day Worker Center of Mountain View owns property at 113 Escuela Avenue and has a conditional-use permit approved by the city's zoning administrator. Neighbors of the new location for day worker support appealed the granting of that permission, and went so far as to call for the help of a right-wing extremist group that has sued other California cities for supporting day laborer centers. Top photo: Good News! Happy on May 12, Raging Grannies receive the news that the City Council unanimously rejected the NIMBY (Not in My Back Yard) neighbors' appeal of the Day Worker Center use permit.

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