Election 2018: Meet the candidates running for Los Altos Hills City Council

Neil Ferrari

Neil Ferrari
Ferrari

Q: How old are you?

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Local groups co-sponsor Monday's review of ballot measures at Los Altos main library

The League of Women Voters of Los Altos-Mountain View is scheduled to offer an unbiased review of measures on the Nov. 6 ballot 7 p.m. Monday at the Los Altos main library, 13 S. San Antonio Road.

LA city council candidates address need to help seniors

The Town Crier is running a series of questions for each of the five candidates for Los Altos City Council to answer in advance of the Nov. 6 election. This week’s question:

What will you do to specifically champion Age-Friendly Los Altos and senior issues as a city council member?

Los Altos Hills hosts wildfire forum Oct. 30

The Los Altos Hills Open Space Committee has scheduled a forum on the dynamics of wildfires and what residents can do to mitigate their risk and respond to fires 7-9 p.m. Oct. 30 in the Los Altos Hills Town Hall council chambers, 26379 W. Fremont Road.

Los Altos council member contends alternative to Measure C has '2 giant holes'

Before the Los Altos City Council passed an ordinance at last week’s meeting requiring voter approval of the sale or transfer of city-owned parcels deemed “parks” or “other open spaces,” one councilwoman suggested another may have crossed the fine line separating fact-finding from campaigning.

Headed down the pipeline: Water district hikes LAH rates

Los Altos Hills customers served by the Purissima Hills Water District will soon notice a slight bump up in their water bills following a district board decision last week to phase in rate increases over the next three years.


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