Watch the quarterly Cory Neighborhood General Meeting below! Date and Time: October 26, 2020 at 7:00 PM
Agenda San Jose Councilwoman Dev Davis What’s happening in our district this quarter General Manager at Westfield Sue Newsom What’s new at Valley Fair Mall VP of Development at Santana Row Seth Bland What’s new at Santana Row
San Jose Councilwoman Dev Davis What’s happening in our district
General Manager at Westfield Sue Newsom What’s new at Valley Fair Mall
VP of Development at Santana Row Seth Bland What’s new at Santana Row
Dumpster Day – Saturday, Oct. 24 at 8am We are having our dumpster day on Saturday, Oct. 24 starting at 8:00am. Face Masks are mandatory.Please try to maintain a 6 foot separation and do not start dumping until one of the volunteers directs you. Proof of address required, usually a utility bill or ID will do.
It will include State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, Santa Clara Mayor Lisa Gillmor; Worker Ownership: Zen Trenholm (Democracy at Work Institute), Hilary Abell (Project Equity), and Kirk Vartan (A Slice of New York).
It will be a 60-minute event on Wed, Sept. 16, 2020, from 12:00-1:00pm PST. The focus will be on how worker cooperatives can provide a viable alternative for baby boomers approaching retirement, especially for struggling businesses impacted by COVID-19. Join to learn more about how federal, state and local representatives can help make these solutions a reality.
Description: Election Day November 3, 2020 is just around the corner!
Join SV@Home’s Action Fund and CA YIMBY on Thursday, September 3 at 7pm, and learn more about San Jose City Council District 6 candidates, Dev Davis and Jake Tonkel.
The forum will focus on affordable housing, COVID-19 recovery efforts, and calls for racial equity.
The forum is co-hosted by Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Tech Equity Collaborative, Abode Services, EAH Housing, First Community Housing, MidPen Housing, Asian Law Alliance, Destination: Home, and Charities Housing.
The threat to San Jose due to the #SCULightningComplex fire is currently minimal. The line on the western side of the fire along our city border is well enforced. We’ll continue to monitor the situation and encourage residents to be ready for changing conditions and to follow CAL FIRE for ongoing updates.
From County of Santa Clara Public Health Department:
The air quality for portions of Santa Clara County is currently in the Unhealthy and Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups range, which is expected to continue through Tuesday. When air quality is unhealthy, everybody, especially people with heart or lung disease, older adults, children, and teens, should avoid strenuous outdoor activities, keep outdoor activities short, or consider moving them indoors. Be sure to reduce activity level if you experience any unusual coughing, chest discomfort, wheezing, breathing difficulty, or unusual fatigue. Due to current fire conditions in the Bay Area, the air quality is subject to change – visit http://bit.ly/SCC-AirNow for updates.