For those unable to attend our second zoom meeting held this year due to the pandemic, we are posting the video here for your viewing.
00:00 Start meeting and LPNA business
04:33 District 2 update by Sergio Jimenez
29:01 Main presentation by Andrea Urton of HomeFirst discussing Bridge Housing locations at Bernal and Monterey and the Rue Ferrari site
49:33 HomeFirst Q&A
Participant Chatlogs of questions or comments during the zoom meeting are included here
Powerpoint presentation within the video, EIH Bernal Overview_8.20.20.pptx, is copyrighted by Andrea Urton of HomeFirst and available for download in PDF format
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing Shelter-In-Place (SIP) order issued by the Santa Clara County Health Department, this meeting did not occur in person at Los Paseos Elementary School. Instead, this was our first virtual meeting using Zoom conferencing. Hopefully, we can incorporate this technology in future meetings for those unable to attend meetings in person due to work, family, other commitments etc. If you cannot participate virtually, fear not! We have the recording here for your consumption to keep abreast of events impacting our community.
00:00 SJPD update
11:03 SJPD update after audio edit
18:10 National Night Out update
20:00 CERT Program and training
28:50 District 2 update – Vanessa Sandoval – Bridge Housing
50:20 D2 update – High Speed Rail (HSR)
1:00:00 Misc questions and issues
The City put together a FAQ from many of the emails they received regarding the subject matter (Interim Housing sites at Bernal/Monterey and Rue Ferarri/101). See the pdf file here.
If your questions are not addressed within the FAQ, or at the city website, here , please be sure to make comments at the meeting tonight.
Reminder: Zoom Town Hall tonight at 6;00 p.m. re subject matter.
In reference to the Zoom Town Hall meeting on April 27, 2020. The topic of discussion is the Emergency Interim Housing Development located within District 2. Both sites are relatively close to our neighborhood as depicted below in a snapshot of Los Paseos marked in green. The proposed sites at Bernal/Monterey and Rue Ferrari/101 are marked in red.