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Breaking news: Bay Area Panthers and KPIX CBS Bay Area announce new broadcast agreement
The partnership will also include “Panthers Preview” This story is based on a March 21, 2023 press release from the Bay Area Panthers By Staff Report The Bay Area Panthers and KPIX CBS Bay Area a...
From Palo Alto Online...
Zoning Dispute puts MV Council in a Bind
When Nitin Handa bought a parcel of land last November, he had every intention of building a home and few reasons to think that his plan would become the focus of neighborhood angst in midtown Mountain View.
From Daily Post...
Mistake by City Imperils Plans for New Home
A mistake made by city planners long ago came back to haunt Palo Alto City Council as they grappled with whether to allow a new house near the Winter Lodge that the buyer was told he could build, but neighbors have organized against.
California lawmakers are exploring ways to reconnect urban neighborhoods torn asunder during the interstate highway construction boom of the 1950s and ’60s.
The Gilroy City Council agreed to declare the property Gilroy Gardens sits on as surplus on Feb. 27, a state-required action that will later allow the city to move forward with its plans to transform the area with new recreational …
Shopping malls revolutionized how Americans shopped, socialized, and lived. Now, malls face an uncertain future. How did the dream of a new town square go so wrong?
The complaint is the second lawsuit to declare that project in northern San Benito County would harm cultural resources and threaten the environment.
A plan to annex 55 acres of land into Gilroy’s city limits, which could eventually house 307 residential units, may be considered in early 2023 after more than 20 years in the works. Known as the Wren Investors and Hewell …
The expansion of the quick-build communities increases the total number of units to reach the city’s goal of 1,000 units completed or under development by the end of 2022.
The newly approved homes include 36 housing units in San José—12 rentals and 14 townhomes.
Los Gatos submitted its draft Housing Element plan, which sets out how the Town plans to grow the number of residential units in the community, to State officials Oct. 14. While the Housing Element approach to urban planning has been …
One of the developers behind the North 40 project along Highway 17 in Los Gatos has brought the town’s former mayor, Marcia Jensen, on board to launch a consultancy. The Bachman Avenue-headquartered Harmonie Park Development, a company with around 10 …
Despite Town Council having already decided on how much housing to plan for when it passed the 2040 General Plan earlier this year, an organization pushing for slow growth had managed to get a couple key parts of it put …