Photos by Dorian Silva
Gathered around a table at San Jose City Hall, eights acting budgetmakers generated $100 million in sales and parcel taxes and spent $124.1 million to restore services cut in past years. They voted to reopen community centers and libraries, pave streets, bolster public safety and boost anti-gang efforts. And they did [...]
More History on the Sycamore Sentinel From the Northside Neighborhood Association
Photos by Dorian Silva Sentinel moves into San Jose History Park.
Early visitors to San Jose who traveled in carriages and stagecoaches knew they had reached their destination when they saw a giant tree in the distance.
The 100-foot-tall Western Sycamore on [...]
The first community meeting on a cost-savings plan to consolidate dozens of San Jose boards and commissions drew sharp criticism and passionate pleas to reconsider the idea.
Neighborhoods Commission members
City Clerk Dennis Hawkins has set two more meetings to get public opinion on the proposed plan — 1:30 p.m. on Friday, January 27, and [...]