The city of Cupertino is preparing to restart Via-Cupertino in October and is seeking residents’ input to create a comfortable and safe on-demand local transport. For this purpose, residents can take a survey with four questions at opentownhall.com/11082.
Consultations on management areas
Foothill-De Anza Community College District is changing the way it elects board members. The district will be divided into five management areas, and one person from each area will be elected to the board.
The district includes De Anza College in Cupertino.
Members of the Community are invited to provide input into the drawing of the curatorial boundaries at public hearings, which will take place on 13 September and 4 October at 19.00 to collect information on “communities of interest” in the district.
Communities of interest are populations living together in a coherent geographical area that have common social and economic interests. They include ethnic and linguistic minorities as well as groups united by common values and circumstances. According to the district, “Bringing similar people together for fair and effective representation is one of the key principles in drawing the boundaries of the new curatorial areas.”
The district will use information gathered at the public hearings to prepare and evaluate draft curatorial area boundary maps. Public hearings on draft cards are scheduled for later this year and early next year.
For more information, visit www.fhda.edu/trustee-areas.
The agenda and location information for the public hearings on 13 September and 4 October, as well as instructions on how to make a public comment, can be found on the Thursday before the meetings at https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/fhda/Board.nsf/Public under the heading “Regular Board Meeting.”
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