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Santa Clara approves plan to rebuild its former Downtown
63 years ago, Santa Clara had a Downtown area that was nearly completely destroyed. Eight blocks by Santa Clara University were leveled to make way for Franklin Mall and high-density housing that ...
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Even though its fertile valley land is covered in homes, schools and retail shops, the Orchard City got its start as an agricultural center. Its founder, Benjamin Campbell, bought 160 acres to cultivate hay and grain—land that now is the site of the city’s historical downtown and its iconic water tower. After Campbell sold his land to Southern Pacific Railroad for $5 an acre, the area became a center for shipping fruit. After Campbell was incorporated in 1952, the shift from farmland to suburban tracts accelerated, and now almost 40,000 people call the city home.
The five-member Campbell City Council meets at 70 N First St, Campbell, on the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Meetings are live-streamed on Zoom; the public is welcome to attend, and past meetings are archived on the city’s website.
Seven Campbell citizens serve on the Planning Commission, which works with the City Council to review developments in the city. The commission meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month; meetings are streamed on Zoom and the public is welcome to attend.
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Liz Lawler jumped out to an early lead over Rob Rennie in the 28th Assembly District race, according to election results released at 9pm June 7. Lawler, a Monte Sereno city councilmember who is the lone Republican in the race against three Democrats, garnered 31.3% of the vote, while Rennie, the current mayor of Los [...]
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