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In accordance with the Brown Act, agendas for regular meetings will be posted no later than 72 hours in advance. Agendas for special meetings will be posted no later than 24 hours in advance. Meeting minutes are available following approval.
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The City Council is the city's governing body. In general municipal elections, its members are elected by district to four-year overlapping terms. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem each serve one-year terms and are selected annually by the City Council at its first regular meeting in December. The Mayor, who represents the City of Menlo Park at ceremonial and public functions, also serves as the presiding officer of the City Council.

Term expiration
Drew Combs - Mayor Email 650-924-1890 November 2022
Betsy Nash - Vice Mayor Email 650-380-3986 November 2022
Jen Wolosin Email 650-485-1964 November 2024
Ray Mueller Email 650-776-8995 November 2024
Cecilia Taylor
Email 650-589-5073
November 2022

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