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Dave Jacobs posted a discussion

GOOLD HOUSE NOT SAVED

The re-evaluator of the historical significance of the Goold House inCenterville has revised his report upon realizing that there was amajor addition along the side of the house in 2003.The new conclusion says that the Goold House is indeed significantbecause of 'Pop' Goold, but has lost its historical integrity becauseof the recent modification.The house is now not considered eligible for listing in the CaliforniaRegister of Historical Resources, and the Centerville Junctiondevelopment…See More
Friday
Amanda Anguelouch posted a discussion

FUSD to Patterson Ranch Developer Claims

FUSD Response to Patterson Ranch Developer ClaimsThe Truth about Patterson Ranch Developers’ Contributions to FUSDFUSD Officials Respond to Patterson Ranch Developer Claims  In response to the Mercury News’ June 20th article (“…See More
Friday
Amanda Anguelouch posted a discussion

Patterson Ranch Picketing event Sat 6/25 1-4

Where Will All The Fremont Children Go To School?As you are aware, Fremont is an attractive city for many reasons, but mainly for our high performing schools in the Fremont Unified School District.  Homes are being built across our city to accommodate the demand, but unfortunately, many of the developers are only paying their legal obligations- Level 2 Developer Fees.  This is not enough to create space at our existing school sites, let alone build the 5-7 new schools we need to keep up with…See More
Wednesday
Dave Jacobs posted a discussion

We Saved Goold House!

If you have not noticed, some on our city government and city planning seem to have no respect for Fremont's history.  They removed a building that was donated by Olive Hyde to the city that had been on the historical registry since the early 1970's from the registry and then sold the property.  They have been allowing the disposal of farm houses on Mission Blvd, Niles and Centerville as well.  Well thanks to efforts from some loyal Fremont citizens, there has been some small…See More
Jun 10
Sarah Morgan posted an event

RENTERS RISE UP at HOLY SPIRIT CHURCH

June 18, 2016 from 10am to 1:30pm
The RISE group is hosting an event on June 18 at 10am to 1:30PM at Holy Spirit Church on Fremont Blvd. The discussion centers on RISE's work on rent control, just cause eviction campaign and requesting a moratorium on rent increases. There will be discussions on your rights as a tenant, getting connected to local resources and sharing your vision on housing justice. Child care will be available, and there will be food....Please RSVP toRISEFREMONT@GMAIL.COMSee More
Jun 8
Judy Chong's blog post was featured

Please send letters & attend - council vote on Kimber Park rezoning

The following is from April Ellebracht, CoChair for Save Kimber Park. Please forward to your contacts,  attend & send letters to the Council: "We are coming down the home stretch to the City Council meeting on June 7th! If you haven't sent in your letter to council yet, please due so by Tuesday. Most importantly, plan to attend, wearing green. Our strength is in our numbers! Come early to get a seat, it starts at 7pm. ~Addresses for letters: Bill …See More
May 31
Judy Chong posted a blog post

Please send letters & attend - council vote on Kimber Park rezoning

The following is from April Ellebracht, CoChair for Save Kimber Park. Please forward to your contacts,  attend & send letters to the Council: "We are coming down the home stretch to the City Council meeting on June 7th! If you haven't sent in your letter to council yet, please due so by Tuesday. Most importantly, plan to attend, wearing green. Our strength is in our numbers! Come early to get a seat, it starts at 7pm. ~Addresses for letters: Bill …See More
May 30
Michael replied to FCN Admin's discussion FCN MAKES DOUBLE ENDORSEMENT FOR CITY COUNCIL: VINNIE BACON and KATHY MCDONALD
"Good grief, both those candidates should be voted out.  Both opposed the baseball park which would have brought jobs and tax revenue to build new schools to Fremont.  Neither has any agenda but to stop Fremont from moving forward in any…"
May 26
Dave Jacobs commented on Tony Xu's event City council meeting about Kimber Park open space
May 12
Profile IconDave Jacobs and Sarah Morgan are attending Tony Xu's event

City council meeting about Kimber Park open space at City Council Chambers (3300 Capitol Avenue, Bldg. A)

June 7, 2016 from 7pm to 11pm
The developer/owner of the parcel (10 East Las Palmas Avenue) sued the City of Fremont, challenging the completeness of the process the City took to designate the parcel as private open space. The courts ordered that the City must go through the full General Plan Amendment process.Please help the SaveKimberPark to show your support it as "private open space".For details, please refer to SaveKimberPark website: http://www.savekimberpark.com/See More
May 12
Amanda Anguelouch posted a discussion

5/25/16 2nd school bus trip to State Allocation Board meeting- level 3 fees

Mark your calendar for the second bus trip to the State Allocation Board meeting in Sacramento on W 5/25/16 to advocate for level 3 developer fees to build schools in Fremont. The Sign-up link is below.This is action WE can take to get schools built!A phone script provided by the Fremont Councilpta and list of State Allocation Board members is attached. Please take a few minutes to contact the members to let them know how badly we need…See More
May 11
Liz Fischer posted events
May 11
Tony Xu's event was featured

City council meeting about Kimber Park open space at City Council Chambers (3300 Capitol Avenue, Bldg. A)

June 7, 2016 from 7pm to 11pm
The developer/owner of the parcel (10 East Las Palmas Avenue) sued the City of Fremont, challenging the completeness of the process the City took to designate the parcel as private open space. The courts ordered that the City must go through the full General Plan Amendment process.Please help the SaveKimberPark to show your support it as "private open space".For details, please refer to SaveKimberPark website: http://www.savekimberpark.com/See More
May 10
Tony Xu posted an event

City council meeting about Kimber Park open space at City Council Chambers (3300 Capitol Avenue, Bldg. A)

June 7, 2016 from 7pm to 11pm
The developer/owner of the parcel (10 East Las Palmas Avenue) sued the City of Fremont, challenging the completeness of the process the City took to designate the parcel as private open space. The courts ordered that the City must go through the full General Plan Amendment process.Please help the SaveKimberPark to show your support it as "private open space".For details, please refer to SaveKimberPark website: http://www.savekimberpark.com/See More
May 10
Amanda Anguelouch posted a discussion

Summary of 4/20 Bus trip to State Allocation Board meeting

Sharing my post on Fremont Citizens Want Schools! Facebook page.Lots going on now in the push to build schools in Fremont! 2 upcoming events you can attend & speak in support of new schools: FUSD/City Council Meeting May 2 (M) 4:30-6:30p @ Mission San Jose Elementary. Push for land donation from the City. May 25, next bus trip to Sacramento. Push for Level 3 fees (max builder fees) A summary of our school bus trip to the State Allocation Board Meeting yesterday (4/20) in Sacramento. The…See More
Apr 21
Liz Fischer liked Liz Fischer's blog post Trip to Sacramento
Apr 12
Liz Fischer posted a blog post

Trip to Sacramento

Our school district has been working hard to meet the demand for classrooms and yet our district along with many others have been put on a waiting list for funding from the state. It's time to send a message.Click the link below to sign up for a trip to Sacramento to attend the April 20th State Allocation Board meeting at the Capitol. Transportation provided by FUSD.…See More
Apr 12
Judy Chong left a comment for Sam Ju
"Hi, Sam, I work at the Club as a personal trainer, but am considered an independent contractor.  And yes, I could be fired if the owner decides having me speak my mind is contrary to her interests.  She has done so in the past. "
Apr 7
Dave Jacobs posted discussions
Apr 4
Judy Chong posted a blog post

Save Kimber Park - Again

This is a complicated issue that many people thought was settled.  However, the owner saw otherwise, and sued the City.  The upshot was the judge ruled that the owner gets a "do over".  The following is a summary of what was posted on the Save Kimber Park Facebook page:Private Open Space is the land use designation most appropriate for the property. We went to the informational meeting on March 17, organized by the Planning Department.  The city needs to decide once again the correct land use…See More
Mar 24
 
 
 

Forum

GOOLD HOUSE NOT SAVED

Started by Dave Jacobs in City Government & Planning on Friday.

FUSD to Patterson Ranch Developer Claims

Started by Amanda Anguelouch in Education & Schools on Friday.

Patterson Ranch Picketing event Sat 6/25 1-4

Started by Amanda Anguelouch in Education & Schools on Wednesday.

We Saved Goold House!

Started by Dave Jacobs in City Government & Planning Jun 10.

Joint FUSD/City Council Meeting 2/1 4:30 1 Reply

Started by Amanda Anguelouch in City Government & Planning. Last reply by Dave Jacobs Feb 1.

FUSD BOARD Retreat THIS SATURDAY

Started by Kathy McDonald in Education & Schools Jan 27.

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