Next Thursday will be our second meeting of the year. We are having more meetings this year, alternating between Saturday morning and Thursday evening. Meetings are every two months this year.
Included with the agenda is a draft letter to Mayor Sam Liccardo. The letter describes yearly online reporting as another way to address illegal fireworks in San Jose. The letter is being distributed to all Neighborhood Associations in District 2 for approval at NA meetings. As Chairman of the D2 Neighborhood Leadership Council, I intend to endorse the letter with a list of all NAs who approve it as shown. Please review the letter prior to the April 6 meeting. LPNA Members will vote for approval or disapproval at the April 6 meeting. Copies will be available at the meeting.
At this meeting we will have SJPD Captain Fong again. He will give us an update on San Jose Police Department and our neighborhood.
Also, Santa Clara County Supervisor Mike Wasserman (District 1 – our district) will give an update on Santa Clara County and its relationship to us in our neighborhood.
What has the County done for you lately?
Are you uncertain about the services the County of Santa Clara provides, or what portion of your taxes goes to the County versus the City? Here’s your chance to learn about what the County government does. The featured speaker at our LPNA general meeting on Thursday evening, April 6th, is Supervisor Mike Wasserman, Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors member for our District 1 (southern county).
If you have a question for Supervisor Wasserman, we’ll forward it to him in advance. Just put it in a reply to this email or an email to President@lospaseosneighbors.org BEFORE March 31st.
So, put that special program on the DVR, and come on to the Library to learn a few new things about our area, and to meet your neighbors.
Met with representatives of the Greenbelt Alliance today to learn about their organization. They work to protect many natural and agricultural lands throughout the Bay area. You can learn more from their website and more specifically, their stance on Coyote Valley. Many of our neighbors and surrounding neighborhoods will be directly impacted by developments within this area. As members of the community, now is the time to educate yourself about the issues surrounding development of this area. Greenbelt made available a report on lands in the area most at risk for development
If you are not already on the mailing list for California High-Speed Rail Authority, please attend one of these meetings and learn how this project impacts you and your neighborhood. Open house meetings for the project section from San Jose to San Francisco takes place between April 5th – 13th, 2017 at various locations across the peninsula.
If you are not already on the California High-Speed Rail Authority mailing list, please attend one of the following meetings to learn more about how this project could impact you and your neighborhood. These upcoming meetings from April 18 – May 1, 2017 are presented at various locations and dates (See infographic below).
Have issues or concerns about High Speed Rail impacting the neighborhood?
Come to the South Side Community Center this Saturday March 18, 2017 from 1-3pm.
The City of San Jose is hosting this meeting to hear your concerns.