Second General Meeting of 2020

Hello, Neighbors. 

Due to the current COVID 19 crisis and the Santa Clara County shelter in place order to curb the spread of the disease, the May 14th meeting will be a Zoom video conference in order to maintain social distancing. DO NOT congregate at the school community meeting room! It is locked, and no one will open it for this meeting due to the shelter in place order. Instead, LPNA members were notified with the zoom link and password in order to attend the virtual meeting. (Check your email/spam folder for meeting information or contact Greg Peck for details).

See the meeting agenda:
    1. SJPD update – Captain Elle Washburn (if available)
    2. LPNA update
      • National Night Out update
      • CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) project for Los Paseos Neighborhood
    3. District 2 update – Vanessa Sandoval
      • Bernal Road/Monterey Road housing
      • High Speed Rail
      • Other
INVITE:
Topic: LPNA Zoom Meeting May 14, at 7:00 pm
Time: May 14, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Video of LPNA meeting February 20, 2020

For those of you unable to attend the meeting, below is the video recording for the February 20, 2020 meeting.

00:00 LPNA Business
00:20
Barbara Canup – LPNA finance overview
05:05
Native Plant Garden
13:00
Crime Update by Captain Elle Washburn
49:00
Vanessa Sandoval – D2 Updates
1:15:00
Environmental Services Department – Linden Skjeie Recycling presentation

First General Meeting of 2020

Hello, Neighbors. 

Our first meeting of 2020 is next week, Thursday, 7:00 p.m. Again, we are holding the meeting in the gym building of the Los Paseos Elementary School – a close walk-to place, or a quick drive-to place. Check our meeting agenda, with lots of new information for you!

  • An update from SJPD on current Crime Stats in our neighborhoods
  • An update on the CALMS camera project – discuss the good, accumulative effectiveness of the program so far
  • An update from District 2 Office on upcoming events, completed projects, plans for the future
  • San Jose’s Environmental Services Department – residential recycling.  Recycling markets have changed, prompting questions and some confusion around current practices. The presentation covers how to recycle properly, new tips and information, and how San José is responding to global shifts in recycling markets, particularly China’s National Sword policy, which restricts imports of certain recyclables.  
    • What goes where… Bring items of which you have questions
See the meeting agenda

Video of LPNA meeting November 15, 2018

For those of you unable to attend the meeting due to health or poor air quality, below are the video recordings for the November 15th meeting

00:25 Call to Order
01:30 LPNA Board Election
05:35 D2 Office Updates
18:50 SJPD Updates

00:00 SJPD Updates (cont’d)
15:15 Terry Brokah – California Waste Solutions (Recycling Presentation)

Recycling Q&A

00:00 Recycling Q&A (cont’d)
07:35 LPNA final announcements/Meeting closure (2019 meeting, Santa Teresa Village Shopping Center update)

Nov 15 LPNA General Meeting

Most all of us have questions about what we can recycle into the recycle containers. I sure do!

Get your recycle questions answered at this November 15 meeting

Santa Teresa Library
7:00 p.m. – 9:00pm

Get a live update from SJPD, and District 2 Office. Get an update on LPNA Officer nominations.

California Waste Solutions will present information on the recycle process in our neighborhoods, the inspectors’ role, and the CHINA SWORD.

Bring your samples and get answers to your questions.

Hope to see you at the meeting.

Video of LPNA meeting 12/7/2017

For those unable to attend the our meeting, please feel free to view the recorded session below. Still ironing out the bugs to the process, and definitely need to remember to detach the monitoring headset when stepping away from the camera, or else everything tends to follow you around, literally. 😀 So apologies for that mishap, but otherwise, the recording is presentable. The audio was not cleanly processed as I like, but due to time constraints to make this information available prior to the 12/12 City Council meeting, it will have to do. 

The SPURS slide deck presentation is available for PDF download here