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Santa Clara Councilmember Patricia Mahan resigns due to medical issues

Santa Clara Councilmember Patricia Mahan has resigned from her elected position, effective Feb. 1, due to “serious medical issues,” according to Santa Clara officials. Mahan submitted her resignation Wednesday, and the Santa Clara City Council is expected to declare her seat as the city’s District 5 representative vacant on Feb. 11. Mahan has battled cancer...

Santa Clara has no records of PR firm’s campaign work

As Santa Clarans prepare to go to the ballot box for a second time to vote on how to re-district the city for future elections, city officials can’t account for work done on taxpayers’ dime the last time residents voted on the matter. When it comes to campaigns — whether for a candidate or ballot...

Four major Santa Clara developments to watch in 2020

The South Bay has become a major development hot-spot in the last few years, as office space fills up in traditionally trendy cities to the north and growing companies look for space to expand. But 2020 is set to be an especially active year in Santa Clara with multiple big projects hitting important milestones. Below...

Santa Clara initiates litigation against business group accused of overbilling

Santa Clara lawmakers voted Tuesday to sue the former Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce, following a recent audit that claimed the chamber overbilled the city for nearly $580,000 while managing the city’s convention center. The announcement was made by City Attorney Brian Doyle at the start of Tuesday’s City Council meeting. “The council authorized the initiation of...

Santa Clara officials push forward plan to reimagine north side neighborhood

Santa Clara officials Tuesday night pushed forward a new land use and zoning plan that will help transform an industrial neighborhood of the city into a dense, mixed-use hotspot. The Patrick Henry Drive Specific Plan, which will be studied for its environmental impacts through 2020, encompasses the city’s northernmost neighborhood on the border of Sunnyvale,...

Santa Clara approves affordable for-sale homes, electricity deal for ‘Related’ project

Santa Clara leaders Tuesday night approved agreements that will bring four new affordable condos to the city, endorsed a revamped recycling contract for residents and pushed forward plans for a new power substation to serve the city’s most anticipated development. As the 9.2 million-square-foot Related Santa Clara mixed-use project begins to rise, officials are making...

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