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Coming in this week's Resident: Today’s sports activists follow lead of Smith, Carlos — then push further https://bayare...
09/11/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: Today’s sports activists follow lead of Smith, Carlos — then push further https://bayareane.ws/3ibqpYx

Coming in this week's Rose Garden Resident: Japanese-American teen collects, shares stories of WWII internment https://b...
08/13/2020

Coming in this week's Rose Garden Resident: Japanese-American teen collects, shares stories of WWII internment https://bayareane.ws/3iqOeLG

07/17/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: South Bay school district delivers technology to students sheltering in place. https://bayareane.ws/2CwqshO

Coming in this week's Rose Garden Resident: TEA Talks take on hot topics from past that are still present. https://bayar...
07/10/2020

Coming in this week's Rose Garden Resident: TEA Talks take on hot topics from past that are still present. https://bayareane.ws/2ZLuyue

Coming in this week's Resident: Best friends become Good Samaritans to fight food insecurity in San Jose https://bayarea...
07/03/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: Best friends become Good Samaritans to fight food insecurity in San Jose https://bayareane.ws/3iiQdCK

Coming in this week's Resident: San Jose clothing line helps elephant conservation groups be ‘herd’ https://bayareane.ws...
06/26/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: San Jose clothing line helps elephant conservation groups be ‘herd’ https://bayareane.ws/2V93eEI

Coming in this week's Resident: Los Gatos Soda Works teams with Sushi Confidential for cocktails to go. https://bayarean...
06/05/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: Los Gatos Soda Works teams with Sushi Confidential for cocktails to go. https://bayareane.ws/2ZW437a

BREAKING: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara and the city of Berkeley said that a new order — repl...
05/18/2020
Coronavirus: Bay Area counties to universally allow storefront retail pickup, associated businesses to reopen

BREAKING: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara and the city of Berkeley said that a new order — replacing the current one lasting through the end of May — will be released today.

Bay Area counties will allow curbside retail pickup and associated manufacturing, warehousing and logistics businesses to reopen this week as the region falls into line with Gov. Gavin Newsom’…

Coming in this week's Resident: San Jose nurse finds fostering kittens good for her mental health during pandemic. https...
05/15/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: San Jose nurse finds fostering kittens good for her mental health during pandemic. https://bayareane.ws/2WQsBvj

Coming in this week's Resident: South Bay nonprofit sees ‘unprecedented’ need for food, rental assistance. https://bayar...
05/08/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: South Bay nonprofit sees ‘unprecedented’ need for food, rental assistance. https://bayareane.ws/2YAPwgG

BREAKING: The latest Bay Area shelter-in-place order will allow for the loosening of restrictions surrounding some outdo...
04/29/2020
BREAKING: Bay Area to allow construction, some outdoor activities under new shelter in place order

BREAKING: The latest Bay Area shelter-in-place order will allow for the loosening of restrictions surrounding some outdoor activities like construction, golf, tennis and landscaping — but most social distancing protocols will remain in place. https://bayareane.ws/3f1z2Uv

Future easing of the restrictions will be based off five indicators that dovetail with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s, sources said.

BREAKING: The Bay Area’s shelter-in-place order will be extended through May, with the current restrictions largely rema...
04/27/2020
Bay Area’s shelter-in-place to last through May

BREAKING: The Bay Area’s shelter-in-place order will be extended through May, with the current restrictions largely remaining in place. Officials say details will be released later this week to replace the current order that expires May 3.

The details of the latest extension will come later this week, officials said, but the current order’s restrictions will “largely” remain in place.

Coming in this week's Resident: San Jose school lunch company switches to emergency meals during pandemic. https://bayar...
04/16/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: San Jose school lunch company switches to emergency meals during pandemic. https://bayareane.ws/2XxXVk9

Coming in this week's Resident: CMT holds virtual rehearsals for performers sheltering in place https://trib.al/MHH20UE
04/03/2020

Coming in this week's Resident: CMT holds virtual rehearsals for performers sheltering in place https://trib.al/MHH20UE

JUST IN: The Bay Area’s shelter-in-place has been extended through May 3, with new clarifications and restrictions surro...
03/31/2020
Coronavirus: Shelter-in-place extended through May 3 with new restrictions

JUST IN: The Bay Area’s shelter-in-place has been extended through May 3, with new clarifications and restrictions surrounding essential businesses, parks and construction.

Most construction is now prohibited and funerals will be limited to 10 people, along with a host of other changes.

#BREAKING: The Bay Area will continue living under shelter-in-place rules "until at least May 1," officials confirmed Mo...
03/30/2020
Shelter-in-place extended through end of April, officials confirm

#BREAKING: The Bay Area will continue living under shelter-in-place rules "until at least May 1," officials confirmed Monday morning.

Seven Bay Area jurisdictions will sign onto an extension of the original order, with possible revisions expected in a day or two.

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Hey there everyone. Be aware about the string of car break ins lately. Happening between 11:50 and 1:30 on various nights it appears to be smash and grabs. One white older suv possibly a suburban or Tahoe. The other an older white sedan or coupe Multiple guys in sweatshirts. Anyone have photos or camera footage of the cars would be so helpful. Let’s team up together and not tollerate this in our neighborhood. Thank you.
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An Economy and a Future That Includes All Our Citizens! As much as we might hate it the 2020 election season started the second the mid-terms were over. Many old hats on the left were surprised that many of the young Democratic candidates won while espousing progressive policies and goals. If this is any indication then to win in 2020 Democrats need to offer the poor and middle class a new, 'New Deal'. Damaged and disheartened, lied to and taken advantage of by the wealthy and those determined to hold power at any cost, they are yearning for relief and someone to actually do something to better their circumstances, and give them hope for a better future for them and their children. Healthcare for all, Free tuition at public colleges, Social Security at age 50 and some form of a limited Universal Basic Income to lift all our citizens out of abject poverty and give all our children a financial platform with which to begin their lives as productive adults in a thriving economy. I watched an episode of the business program ‘On the Money’ on Sunday July 30, 2017. The first and main topic was something called Universal Income. The idea that instead of all the poverty programs and such, the Government should just give everybody a check every month for $1000 dollars. When one considers the gap between rich and poor, the rate of automation and the fact that there will never be enough jobs to go around it might be a better way of keeping our folks out of abject poverty. The drawback was the cost. One of the commentators said it would cost upwards of 3 trillion dollars. However there is a way to reach the goal of a Universal Income, eliminating abject poverty, and at a much lower cost. Here’s how. Start by expanding Social Security. Eliminate the cap on taxable income and raise the tax to 8% from the current rate of 6.2%. Then lower the age of eligibility to 50 years. Create a stipend that will give a check to all adults and High School Grads of $1000 a month. Those who do not finish High School should have to wait till they are 20 to encourage them to finish school. They can use this fund to support them if they go to college or to help them in getting started in life. Our wealthy students are able to go to college and do well precisely because they have a financial platform to support them. This would give all our students the same support. Every child we shepherd thru College is possibly the guy who will cure cancer or invent star drive or save the planet. Investing in our children is like buying a lottery ticket for humanity! To pay for it, go to the Stock Market and place a tax of 3% on all trades to fund the stipend. The market in 2016 did, according to the World Bank, over 42 trillion in trades and a 3% tax won’t break the bank. The payments should be set up so one gradually loses the stipend as they move up the economic ladder in a way that will encourage advancement, for example one would lose $100 of the stipend for every $10,000 in reported income so that when one is making $100,000 a year they lose the stipend entirely. A basic stipend would allow us to eliminate all those poverty programs conservatives always complain about. Currently we spend a trillion dollars on some 126 anti-poverty programs and their elimination would certainly offset the cost of the stipend. Imagine the country with no one in abject poverty. Imagine the numbers of kids now being able to go to college because they have the financial support to do so. The economic force of all that spending would drive the economy to new heights and would certainly close the income gap between the rich and poor that is hurting our economy and country. A basic stipend would free workers from starving or being held in economic servitude, making only enough to pay for enough food to be able to work another 40 hours. Business would have to bid for one’s labor instead of workers begging for a job! We can take back the dignity and value our labor should produce. We can boost the spending power of the poor and middle class and leave behind the failed and greedy policy of ‘trickle down’ economics which has damaged our economy and brought about the latest version of the Great Recession! Employers would benefit too. Not having to spend on unemployment or health insurance would save them money and allow them to pay better wages. Yep, we can do this if we only have the will. We can make this country live up to the promises articulated by President Roosevelt in his famous ‘Four Freedoms” speech, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Fear and the last which always seems to be forgotten, Freedom from want! We have the power and wealth to accomplish the last of these. The mechanics are in place. The tools are available to us. Let us make a better country and thereby a better world by finishing the work set out for us by President Roosevelt some 76 years ago. Democrats can win but not with the same old mid-center or center-left policies and platform. They must offer us an economy and a vision that really works for us all, brings us together and moves the Country and its people forward to a bright future that includes all our citizens!
MERRY CHRISTMAS. 1330 WEST HEDDING
Hey Rosegarden- My kid found this cat near the Rosegarden Library last week. He was darting through traffic, and then actually jumped in to my kid's arms. He is probably the sweetest, calmest cat I've ever seen. He allowed several kids to pet, cuddle, and gush over him, and seemed to enjoy the attention. Most cats freak in car rides, but he was perfectly chill, just sitting in my kid's lap, purring and licking her hand. We are heartbroken that we can't adopt him, but our dogs said no way! If you're in the market for an exceptionally calm and sweet cat, please ask for Lance at the San Jose Animal shelter. Adoption fees are only $10! We are praying that he goes to a good home soon. http://www.sanjoseanimals.com/index.aspx?NID=2447
Flamenco Performance at the Rose Garden area.
The Flamenco Society of San Jose will host “Juerga flamenca” (Flamenco Jam Session) with musical arangements composed of dance, song, guitar, and percussion, hightligthing the passion and beauty of flamencos. Showcasing a great cast of flamenco artists; Koko de la Isla, dance – Virginia Juan, singer – Alberto Marques, guitarist. Special guest apperances by bamboo flute player, Hideo Sekino. Evolving from the interactions of many cultures, flamenco is an art form that grew from Andalusia, a province in southern Spain. Inhabiting the area for centuries, the unique interplay among Moors, Jews, Andalusians, and Gypsies has shaped this most expressive and culturally rich folkloric genre of song, music, and dance. For tickets: On line: https://bpt.me/3591321 Phone: 1-800-838-3006
DONATIONS NEEDED. . .Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley is gearing up for its' 6th annual “Operation Backpack and School Supplies” distribution for student's attending local elementary school's that are in partnership with Shop with a Cop. For many families in our community, the supplies needed for school can be a costly burden. With your help, we can reduce this financial burden and make sure low-income and disadvantaged children start school with the supplies they need to succeed academically. Community help not only equips students to learn, but it also gives them the gift of arriving unnoticed for class with the supplies everyone else has. For young people with other struggles in their family lives, this is no small bonus. A new backpack filled with essential supplies is something a lot of kids take for granted when school starts every fall. But for thousands of local children living in low-income families, going back to school is just another reminder of what they don’t have. Worse yet, kids who lack the tools they need to do their work may lose ground in their struggle to build a future beyond poverty. Monetary donations in the form of a check may be made to Shop with a Cop Foundation SV P.O. Box 8003 San Jose, CA 95155-8003. Memo line: Operation Backpack. Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley works on behalf of law enforcement officers and the communities they serve locally to shape strong partnerships and breakdown communication barriers; rebuild trust through active engagement, education programs and outreach. Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley is a registered 501 (C) (3) non-profit and all donations are tax deductible. Fed. Tax ID# 45-2780795. http://www.shopwithacopsv.org/ ( 669) 226-2663.
Beware there is some dumping going on in our neighborhood. Thursday last week a truck stopped and dumped a large amount of palm tree chunks and palm Branches. The pick up wouldn’t take because the rounds are too large and heavy. Never seen this truck in my neighborhood before.
This project is in Garden Alameda, not every neighborhood north of Willow Glenn in the Rose Garden The meeting wasn't actually a "nod" A viewing plan of how many units or even floor height has been brought forward.
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