The westernmost San Jose City Council District has been without a library since August 2009, and residents can’t wait until the new 10,000-square-foot Calabazas Library opens in spring 2013.
There’s just one thing that some District 1 residents would like to have changed before opening day: The bright yellow color on a [...]
San Jose’s Neighborhoods Commission, which was created to strengthen residents’ connection to City Hall, took its last action as a volunteer advisory body with a unanimous vote on its annual budget message.
Commissioner Jim Cantore.
But that doesn’t mean the members will stop working for their neighborhoods. At least that was the sentiment of the [...]
Janice Rombeck | NeighborWebSJ
Bascom Community Center
For the first time in 10 years, the San Jose City Council approved a budget that was balanced without employee layoffs or huge cuts in city services. In fact, the 2012-2013 budget provides a small surplus that serves as a cushion to allows the city to open four libraries [...]