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Smile Is Back for Granlund
Mikael Granlund is smiling a lot more now than he was last year. “I wasn't really happy at all the whole season,” the 31-year-old center-winger shared on the second day of San Jose Sharks training...
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Neysa Fligor successully ran for a second term on the Los Altos City Council in November 2022. She said her goals include ensure Los Altos remains a great place to live, work, and retire. Steps towards meeting this goal would include promoting fiscal responsibility, protecting open space, investing in infrastructure, addressing the housing crisis, improving public safety, and maintaining the character of the town. Fligor received endorsements from several former Los Altos mayors, as well as Congresswoman Anna Eshoo and Supervisor Joe Simitian. Her full endorsement list can be found here.
First Elected: November 2018
Alma mater: Georgetown University (juris doctorate)
Notable quote: “I wanted to give back to the community. And that was always, if you look back in college, even high school and even my family, they were very involved in the local community, always looking for ways to help our neighbors and giving back.” (Source: The Talon)
Committee and board assignments: Association of Bay Area Governments, Cities Association of Santa Clara County—Board (alternate), Cities Association of Santa Clara County—Selection Committee (alternate), North County Library Authority, Silicon Valley Clean Energy Authority Board, City/Los Altos School District Schools Issues Standing Committee, Complete Streets Commission, Library Commission, Youth Commission