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Learn why the San Jose Mercury News says voters should pass Measure V, the $450 million housing bond that would create new homes for seniors, veterans, teachers, working families, and the homeless in San Jose.
Learn why the San Jose Mercury News says voters should pass Proposition 2, which would channel $2 billion to create permanent, supportive housing for the mentally ill who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
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County Supervisors Unanimously Approve New Fees & Inclusionary Zoning for Stanford Housing
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted September 25 to approve an Affordable Housing Impact Mitigation Fee and an Inclusionary Housing Zoning Ordinance for the Stanford University Community Plan Area.
County Supervisors Take Action on Civic Center Master Plan & Housing for Homeless
The Santa Clara Board of Supervisors has voted 5-0 to approve the Civic Center Campus Master Plan and to certify the related Environmental Impact Report (EIR), paving the way for the redevelopment of the 40-acre site.
Following years of community conversations and a number of failed efforts, redevelopment of the defunct Vallco Mall can now proceed under one of two approved paths – via streamlining legislation (Senate Bill 35) or via a City-approved specific plan.
San Jose: Commercial Linkage Fee Proposal Stalls Again
San Jose’s City leaders fell one vote short of approving a study to consider the feasibility of a Commercial Linkage Fee (CLF) on September 18th, when it had appeared that a vote to proceed would finally happen after years of effort.
San Jose: A Future for the San Jose Hospital Site on East Santa Clara
On September 20th, residents came together to discuss their hopes for the former San Jose Hospital site at 725 East Santa Clara Street. This was the first in a series of meetings that will shape the final master plan for the area.