Bascom Library, Center ‘Open’ During (PARK)ing Day in Downtown San Jose

By Steve Kline

The Bascom Library/ Community Center – a $23 million facility that has been finished but vacant for more than 275 days – opened last Friday. But not at 1000 South Bascom Avenue.

Maury Kendall "works out" on PARK(ing) Day.

The mock ribbon cuttings took place at three downtown parking spaces to represent […]

San Jose City Council Limits Pot Club to 10, Mandates On-Site Plant Growing

Watch the Recorded Meeting on the Internet

By Janice Rombeck The San Jose City Council approved its first set of rules for medicinal marijuana collectives, limiting the number of dispensaries to 10 and requiring the plants to be grown at the site.

The 8-3 vote on Tuesday, September 13, came after two years of study, […]

Sale of Rancho Del Pueblo Golf Course Emerging as Citywide Land Use Issue

More information, Land Survey, Petition at D5 United website

Sylvia Andrade supports Rancho Del Pueblo.

East San Jose residents who want to keep a popular golf course from becoming a housing development received support from residents outside their City Council District 5 at a community meeting at the Mexican Heritage Plaza.

“I think city staff […]