Other Voices: What’s all this about RHNA?

You may have heard that Los Altos is required to build approximately 2,000 new homes in the next 10 years. You may have been hearing about the state-mandated Regional Housing Needs Allocation, or RHNA. What the heck is all this? It sounds like a lot.


Letters to the Editor: Help for council conflict, renewable energy

Group offers to help with council conflict

On behalf of Los Altos Community Voices, the statements of the Los Altos City Council members at the April 27 meeting convince us that it is past time for the council to accept responsibility and act with a sense of urgency to take concrete steps to resolve the divisive and untenable situation between Councilmember Lynette Lee Eng and activist Kenan Moos.

Letters to the Editor: Saving water, cycle track, EOC

LA council: Initiate communication

Following is an open letter to the Los Altos City Council.

Other Voices: Energy Innovation Act will cut pollution, save money

A few months into the new administration, the federal government is off to a roaring start on climate change. President Joe Biden signed executive orders related to climate change in his early days in office, and the White House recently introduced a proposal that elevates climate solutions alongside infrastructure and job goals.

Editorial: Vote ‘yes’ on CUSD parcel tax

The Cupertino Union School District has served south Los Altos well, providing quality education for generations of students. The sprawling K-8 district extends from Los Altos all the way to Santa Clara and San Jose.

Letters to the Editor: Foothill Exp., Lee Eng-Moos issue

What’s the benefit of Foothill widening?

Has anyone else pondered what benefit we have experienced in the road changes (on Foothill Expressway between San Antonio Road and El Monte Avenue) compared to the taxpayer cost and many months of construction and traffic inconvenience?

Letters to the editor: City manager, Earth Day, GreenTown

Group shouldn’t imperil city manager’s job

I understand that the main topic of the special Los Altos Hills City Council meeting March 18 had to do with City Manager Carl Cahill’s performance, as did the Feb. 17 special meeting.


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