LAH should act on pathways issue
The Town Crier’s Oct. 18 article “Bitter pathways debate muddles LAH election of new vice mayor” was accurate, but I think you would like to hear the backstory. You see, the Los Altos Hills City Council has had on its plate the issue of pathway costs for the last 16 months and hasn’t pressed it.
On June 16, 2016, while I was mayor, we addressed agenda item 10.B, “Potentially Capping the Pathway Construction Cost.” The council directed staff to review a cap on pathway construction costs and return to the council with a proposal. Because Councilwoman Courtenay C. Corrigan had spent six years on the Pathways Committee, and had expressed interest in this topic, I asked if she could serve as liaison with staff, which she agreed to do. (Although Councilman John Radford was liaison to the Pathways Committee, he deferred.)