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Foothill College president among four finalists for FHDA chancellor


The Foothill De Anza Community College District Board of Trustees announced four finalists for the position of chancellor to succeed Linda Thor, who retires June 30.

The four finalists, revealed Friday, are Deborah Budd, president of Berkeley City College; Patricia Hsieh, president of San Diego Miramar College; Jowel C. Laguerre, superintendent-president of Solano Community College District; and Judy C. Miner, president of Foothill College.

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LASD opens registration for online strategy sessions

As the Los Altos School District plans how to spend its $150 million in Measure N bond funds, its initial goal is to broaden community input.

Following an April 22 meeting, the district is casting a wider net in the hopes of soliciting feedback from residents who may not be able to attend meetings, according to district Trustee Sangeeth Peruri.

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Los Altos School District seeks online community input

As it plans how to spend its $150 million of Measure N bond funds, the Los Altos School District is looking to broaden its community input.

Following an April 22 community meeting the district is now casting a wider net, hoping to get feedback from community members who might not be able to make it to meetings, according to district trustee Sangeeth Peruri.

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LASD meeting on bond disbursement draws mixed reaction


Traci Newell/Town Crier
Local residents discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the proposed scenarios for solving the Los Altos School District’s enrollment-growth problem.

Opinions on the Los Altos School District’s community outreach meeting last week ran the gamut, with some deeming it a productive first step and others labeling it a fruitless effort.

While the meeting drew a few new faces, primarily familiar players attended to defend their viewpoints and protect their home turf.

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MVLA officials hit the road to visit lead candidate for superintendent


Officials from the Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District are heading to Healdsburg Thursday to meet with the lead candidate for superintendent.

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LASD opens real estate negotiations


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
The Los Altos School District Board of Trustees directed its real estate broker to launch negotiations for a parcel of land at 201 San Antonio Circle in Mountain View for a potential 10th school.

The search for the Los Altos School District’s 10th school site took a step forward last week after trustees approved a motion to begin negotiations on a parcel of land in Mountain View.

In a closed session March 23, trustees authorized the district’s real estate broker to open negotiations to purchase land at 201 San Antonio Circle.

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Council axes First Street development moratorium


Alicia Castro/Town Crier
The Downtown Buildings Committee’s walkabout in downtown Los Altos Sunday draws a crowd of local residents eager to weigh in on First Street development.

The Los Altos City Council has scrapped the idea of freezing First Street development.

The proposal, voted on at the March 10 council meeting, failed to secure the required four votes for approval. Three of the five councilmembers were poised to approve the moratorium at Tuesday’s meeting, but a four-vote threshold applies to measures that are fast-tracked.

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