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September 14, 2021 The City Council approved support to design a formal pedestrian trail between Redwood Grove Nature Preserve and Fremont Road in Los Altos Hills. An informal trail has existed for years, but its safety is undetermined. The issues to resolve for a secure path are engineering, environmental permits, and responsibility for construction and … Continue reading Los Altos City Council
How can our local community solve our problems if we can’t talk to each other? Learn how American in One Room bridged the divide when discussing polarizing topics and help us consider how we can apply its model locally. Bring your suggestions for topics our community should be discussing. Join us and enter America in … Continue reading Lessons from America in One Room Event, 10/28 at 7:00pm
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September 13, 2021 – Special Meeting A special meeting was called in order to approve the actual budget report for the 2020-21 school year. Assistant Superintendent Randy Kenyon presented the final numbers for the year. Revenues totaled $73.3 million and expenses came in at $66.3 million. The general fund balance increased from $4.5 million to … Continue reading Los Altos School Board
August 16, 2021 Superintendent Jeff Baier presented information about what LASD schools have done to prepare the for 2021-22 school year. Unlike last year, the state of California is prioritizing in-person instruction, and there will be no virtual option offered this year. LASD has contracted with StrideK12 to offer an independent study option in lieu … Continue reading Los Altos School Board