Grace Hase/ Town Crier Staff
At a Feb. 23 goal-setting workshop, Los Altos Hills councilmembers set out and voted for their priorities for upcoming years, seen above. All five members voted that maintaining public safety was of the utmost prioritiy for Los Altos Hills
When it comes to ranking goals for Los Altos Hills, maintaining public safety is city council members’ top priority. That proposed area of focus received all five council members’ votes, the only one to do so at a Feb. 23 goal-setting workshop.
Voting by each affixing six colored-dot stickers to presentation board paper, council members ranked “employee value proposition,” “pathways” and “road maintenance” next in importance (three votes each), followed by “community engagement,” “code enforcement,” “effectiveness and transparency of advisory committees,” “facility and space needs assessment” and “sanitary sewer system district oversight” (two votes each).