Transactions for the week of Oct. 21

Los Altos

1346 Arbor Avenue, Khodi Family Trust to Turriff Trust for $5,640,000
215 N. Avalon Drive, Tseng Family Trust to Coates Family Trust for $4,900,000
735 Casa Bonita Court, Reed Trust to Ye Living Trust for $3,880,000
325 Chamisal Avenue, K. & E. Szyndlar to K. & G. King for $2,810,000
1398 Chelsea Drive, Santos Trust to J. & S. Saxena for $4,400,000
4388 El Camino Real No. 68, A. & A. Kashyap to Mendoza Trust for $1,815,000
1598 Frontero Avenue, Johnson Family
Trust to A. & A. Nambiar for $2,900,000
978 Highlands Circle, De Trust to C. & J. Kashyap for $3,400,000
951 Oxford Drive, M. Hill to A. & J. Reiter for $3,500,000
611 Twelve Acres Drive, Rubin Trust to Y. & S. Mehta for $4,016,000
1246 Windimer Drive, Alpert Trust to K. & J. Kado for $2,450,000


Transactions for the week of Oct. 14

Los Altos

121 Del Monte Avenue, Erichsen Family Trust to B. & S. Hahn for $2,395,000
1865 Farndon Avenue, Van Dao Trust to Y. & L. Ding for $2,600,000

Transactions for the week of October 6

Los Altos

647 Camellia Way, S. & R. Llewellyn to P. & A. Basu for $3,450,000
616 Casita Way, Vendelin Family Trust to Prahladka Family Trust for $4,330,000

Reach codes lead to passionate public comment at council meeting

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Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier Photo Illustration
Although the Los Altos City Council has adopted a reach code ordinance requiring electric power in new construction, cooking appliances, above, and fireplaces are exempt and may be powered by gas.

Thirty-three members of the public spoke at the Los Altos City Council meeting Sept. 22 before the council voted to adopt a reach code ordinance. The topic has been a controversial issue in the city over the past year, though the reach codes only impact new construction.

On the Market: Proposition 19's impact on local homeowners

Proposition 19, the Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment, is a constitutional amendment on the ballot in California in the Nov. 3 election. It would allow homeowners ages 55 and older, those who are severely disabled or those whose homes were destroyed by wildfire or disaster to transfer their property-tax base from their departing home to a new home purchased anywhere in the state of California.


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