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News

Enchanté plaza remains open to the public

Enchanté plaza remains open to the public

Alicia Castro/Town Crier
The plaza area at Enchanté Boutique Hotel now serves drinks and small plates.

The Los Altos City Council Aug. 25 voted unanimously in favor of Enchanté Boutique Hotel serving beverages and small plates to the public on t...

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Schools

Mountain View High launches Bring Your Own Device program

Mountain View High launches Bring Your Own Device program


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Mountain View High School staff distribute Chromebooks to students last week. The school is rolling out the Bring Your Own Device program this year, which gives students and teachers around-the-clock access to laptops.

Mo...

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Community

'Rock Back the Clock': End of an era, beginning of new one

'Rock Back the Clock': End of an era, beginning of new one


Town Crier File Photo
Time has run out for “Rock Back the Clock,” the 1950s-themed dance party at Rancho Shopping Center.

After 25 successful years, the “Rock Back the Clock” Committee has decided to end the annual 1950s-themed event held at R...

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Sports

Dean of the badminton court

Dean of the badminton court


Courtesy of the Tan family
Los Altos resident Dean Tan and mixed- doubles partner Jenny Gai stand on the podium shortly after winning the gold at the 2015 Pan Am Junior Badminton Championships earlier this month in Tijuana, Mexico.

Dean Tan began pl...

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Comment

Warning: Useless flood basin ahead

Our water and fire agencies receive much attention (and scrutiny) during the hot, dry days of summer – water for the lack of it and fire for its widespread destruction. During this extreme drought year, we are deluged with water conservation ma...

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Special Sections

A tale of two Los Altos love stories: Country club classic


Photos Courtesy of Kelly Boitano Photography
Lindsey Murray and Christof Wessbecher tie the knot in Los Altos.

Lindsey Murray and Christof Wessbecher grew up in parallel Los Altos orbits, never meeting – he went to St. Francis High School, sh...

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Business

Five thoughts on the current market correction

The 531-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average Friday (Aug. 21) was certainly headline grabbing in its magnitude. It represented a one-day 3.1 percent drop in the index and resulted in a 10 percent correction from its high in May.

It’s compl...

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People

BRUCE CHARLES MEYER

BRUCE CHARLES MEYER

Bruce Charles Meyer, 81, died Wednesday, August 5th at his home in Carmel, California. He leaves his wife Valda Cotsworth and her daughter Katie Roos; his sons, Bruce and Joseph Meyer from his first marriage and his brother Gordon Meyer; four grand...

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Travel

Carmel Valley Ranch unveils upgrades

Carmel Valley Ranch unveils upgrades


Courtesy of Carmel Valley Ranch
Carmel Valley Ranch recently upgraded its Vineyard Oak suites, which feature sweeping views, rocking chairs and private outdoor tubs for soaking under the stars.

Things are heating up at Carmel Valley Ranch, with 30 n...

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Stepping Out

Open 'House'

Open 'House'


Kevin Berne/Special to the Town Crier
Anna Patterson (played by Kimberly King) accepts a drink from Michael Astor (Jason Kuykendall) in “The Country House.”

TheaterWorks Silicon Valley’s regional premiere of “The Country House” is scheduled to r...

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Spiritual Life

Los Altos native combines Judaism, social justice, advocacy

Los Altos native combines Judaism, social justice, advocacy


Los Altos native Gabriel Lehrman’s passion for Judaism, social justice and advocacy brought him to Washington, D.C., this summer for the Machon Kaplan Summer Social Action Internship program at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.

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Inside Mountain View

MV actress/playwright Garvin wins NY festival award for

MV actress/playwright Garvin wins NY festival award for "Corners Grove"


Courtesy of Undiscovered Countries
Kaela Mei-Shing Garvin received a New York arts festival award for a featured role in “Corners Grove,” a play she wrote.

New York recognized that one of Mountain View’s own can “make it there” when the Planet C...

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Transactions

Los Altos

720 Los Ninos Way, Anthem Green Developers to Xiao-Chu Trust for $2,835,000

1491 Morton Avenue, R. Chen to Jack Myers Construction for $1,650,000

221 South Springer Road, Bumblis Trust to B. Baby for $1,665,000

Los Altos Hills

13070 South Alta Lane, Nie Trust to A. & J. Schoenthal for $5,700,000

12501 Zappettini Court, Z. Mahdiyar to H. Hong for $2,140,000

Mountain View

2454 Alvin Street, P. Arnaudo to R. Arnaudo for $500,000

279 Calderon Avenue #2, Faravelli Trust to T. Faravelli for $361,000

32 Church Street, A. & J. Bellomi to J. Lai for $1,450,000

436 Church Street, J. & Y. Baker to Vellequette Trust for $925,000

235 Fair Oaks Avenue, B. Jiang to R. & C. Lewis for $1,254,000

243 Horizon Avenue, D. Charo to D. & A. James for

$785,000

275 Leslie Court #A, M. Poggetto to I. & S. Barrios for $829,000

112 Magnolia Lane, Torrie Trust to A. Mitchner for $1,175,000

1259 Marilyn Court, Ryo & Kim Trust to Y. Zunger for $2,318,000

714 Muir Drive, Schroer Trust to Greene Katherine for $1,220,000

450 Sierra Vista Avenue #10, M. Dorosin to V. Yang for $733,000

255 South Rengstorff Avenue #20, D. Dejesus to U. Rethinasabapathy for $460,000

1655 Villa Street, A. Swinnerton to Y. Wang for $1,086,500

Cupertino

10424 Alicia Court, Adams Trust to A. & C. Goyal for $2,208,000

20969 Alves Drive, Vu Trust to H. Vu for $493,500

10391 Johnson Avenue, W. Chen to Y. Lu for $340,000

21084 Red Fir Court, P. & S. Gupta to N. & U. Jaiswal for $800,000

834 September Drive, Acharekar Trust to S. Krishnanatham for $1,260,000

20488 Stevens Creek Boulevard #2217, B. & S. Lin to C. Lee for $571,000

10320 Stokes Avenue, A. Al-Ahmad to A. & M. Dang for $1,400,000

21962 Woodbury Drive, Cross Trust to K. Rao for $1,550,000

Overall

Los Altos

Total sales: 3

Highest sale: $2,835,000

Lowest sale: $1,650,000

Average sale: $2,050,000

Los Altos Hills

Total sales: 2

Highest sale: $5,700,000

Lowest sale: $2,140,000

Average sale: $3,920,000

Mountain View

Total sales: 13

Highest sale: $2,318,000

Lowest sale: $361,000

Average sale: $1,007,423

Cupertino

Total sales: 8

Highest sale: $2,208,000

Lowest sale: $340,000

Average sale: $1,077,813

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