The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that four people have been arrested in connection with a year-long series of chain-snatching robberies that have hit Sunnyvale and Santa Clara particularly hard. Much thanks to the various law enforcement agencies that made these arrests possible!
Last meeting of the year.
We start the evening with a closed session to do the annual performance review for the City Attorney. Immediately following this is our annual study session for councilmembers to express an interest in being our next Vice Mayor. Spoiler alert – I won’t be expressing an interest in the position.
Pretty full agenda.
We start the evening with the annual performance review for the City Manager in closed session. This is followed by yet another study session about how Council works together.
The general meeting starts with a special order recognizing the 100th anniversary of the Sunnyvale Public Library. This is in advance of Sunday’s celebration event – hope to see lots of you there. The consent calendar is pretty small since we just had a meeting last week – a MTC grant to finish the update of the Precise Plan for El Camino Real, an annual report on development fees and how we’ve spent the money, the annual update to public safety salaries, and second reading of the ordinance changing the land use appeals process rules.
State Senator Jerry Hill
13th Senate District
Cordially invites you to:
“Java With Jerry”
Saturday, Dec. 6
9 to 10 a.m.
Sunnyvale Art Gallery & Café
251 W. El Camino Real, Sunnyvale
Join Senator Jerry Hill for a cup of coffee and conversation. Bring your ideas, questions and concerns about legislative issues affecting the community. He’ll provide coffee at no taxpayer expense. Sit down and stay awhile, or just drop in for a brief chat. No appointment or RSVP necessary.
For information, call the District Office at 650-212-3313