The League of Women Voters of the Los Altos – Mountain View Area delivers unbiased public policy information and encourages citizens to actively participate in their communities.
February 8, 2021 Superintendent Jeff Baier provided an update on school re-opening plans. The 7 elementary schools are fully open using a hybrid model. (Half the class in-person for 2 days, then the other half. Virtual learning when not attending in-person.) New state guidelines mean that the 2 Junior Highs cannot re-open until the county … Continue reading Los Altos School District February 2021
January 12, 2021 The City Council officially appointed Brad Kilger as Interim City Manager. He retired after forty years’ experience as City Manager for a number of California cities. Although retired, he helped South Lake Tahoe as Interim City Manager in 2020 during the initial pandemic months. He is expected to serve Los Altos well … Continue reading Los Altos City Council January 2021
Program Planning Outcomes League of Women Voters Los Altos-Mountain View met virtually on January 30, 2021 to discuss what local issues we want to work on and to emphasize during the upcoming year, 2021-2022, and what three issues we would recommend to LWVC to prioritize for 2021-2023. League program is the education and advocacy platform … Continue reading Program Planning and Member Survey Outcomes
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Join us for our virtual Program Planning on January 30th, 10:00am-12:00pm League program is the education and advocacy platform that we adopt to move forward our mission of promoting an active and informed citizenry. Program planning is the tool for focusing and prioritizing our work to ensure that League’s human and financial resources are engaged … Continue reading Program Planning on January 30th