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Learn About the Decline in Arctic Sea Ice at Presentation
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Learn About the Decline in Arctic Sea Ice at Presentation
Join me for a Climate Restoration Presentation at 7 p.m. on Monday, February 24, with Dr. Gary Latshaw hosted by the Santa Clara County Climate Reality Project. Dr. Latshaw and I will focus on the drastic decline in Arctic sea ice and why a major international effort is required to restore the ice from further deterioration. Click on this item for the details.
Deadline Extended for Community Heroes Awards Nominations
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Deadline Extended for Community Heroes Awards Nominations
The County Behavioral Health Board is seeking nominations for the 9th Annual Behavioral Health Community Heroes Awards, which recognize community members who have made an extraordinary difference in the lives of people with behavioral health challenges. Nominations will be accepted through February 29, 2020. Click on this item for details and applications.
Ballots Are in the Mail for the March 3 Election
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Ballots Are in the Mail for the March 3 Election
Santa Clara County has adopted the Voter’s Choice election model for the upcoming primary election on March 3. As part of this, a Vote by Mail ballot has been sent out to every registered voter in the County. If you’re not registered, or need to re-register, visit registertovote.ca.gov. Click on this item for more information about voting.
Public Health Department Monitoring Coronavirus
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Public Health Department Monitoring Coronavirus
Santa Clara County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. Sarah Cody, announced on Friday, January 31, that there has been one confirmed case of the coronavirus in Santa Clara County, but that the patient is isolated and there is no evidence of the virus circulating in the Bay Area. Click on this item for more information.
Board Moves Forward on Cortese Plan to Create Homeless Task Force
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Board Moves Forward on Cortese Plan to Create Homeless Task Force
The Measure A Affordable Housing Bond that voters approved in 2016 is doing its job. In three years, 21 housing projects are making their way to completion or have opened. But we must now focus our attention on sheltering those who are still living outside while permanent housing is being built. At the Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, January 28, I proposed, and the Board approved, a slate of initiatives that focus on short-term solutions, starting with creating a Homeless Task Force to focus on emergency shelter and transitional housing. Click on this item for more information and to read the reports.

Supervisor Dave Cortese

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