‘Watershed’ LA election should dictate direction
The Aug. 1 Town Crier article on the Downtown Vision project highlights what “could” be done to extensively develop downtown Los Altos, should the residents want that for their community. The same can be said about the development on El Camino Real, and possibly at Loyola Corners – a lot could be done to extensively develop those areas should the residents of Los Altos desire that. That is a big question that needs to be answered.
Fortunately, with the upcoming election, it is likely that those questions will be answered. Apparently there will be three candidates on the pro-development side and three on the “retain the Los Altos character” side. The November election will provide residents an opportunity to determine the future of Los Altos. I am a believer in democracy, and the majority should get what they want.