Development in the City of Los Altos
James Walgren, Director of Community Development for the City of Los Altos is our speaker. He will be sharing his insights on balancing aspects of development — commercial & office development, city infrastructure projects, affordable housing, preserving neighborhoods and transportation. He can address how city staff is implementing and influencing city council policy. Cost is $25 per person. RSVP online now for this lunch with the League. Space is limited.
Ristorante Bella Vita
376 First Street, Los Altos
11:30am to 1pm
RSVP & PAY BELOW
Make your selections using the form below. RSVP by 4/16. For questions contact Natalie Elefant at 650-383-5590 or at [email protected]
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How to register and pay by check
You can RSVP by email to Margaret Brooks with your choice of entree, lemon chicken or vegetarian pasta and arrange for payment. Alternatively, until April 15 you can mail a check made out to the League of Women Voters Mountain View-Los Altos. Thereafter please email or phone Natalie Elefant at 650-383-5590 to arrange in person payment. Please add attendee names, menu selections and a memo to the check that the payment is for LWL 04/18/2014 so that we may process your check properly. If mailing, mail the check and your notations to the League office at 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos, CA 94022.
Glossary of Affordable Housing Terms
The co-chair of our Affordable Housing Committee –Sue Russell– has recently developed a draft version of a Glossary of Housing Development Terms you may want to refer to or print out before the lunch. It includes a review of laws and housing programs as they apply specifically to Los Altos and Mountain View.
James Walgren, AICP
Assistant City Manager and Director of Community Development
City of Los Altos
“Downtown Public & Private Projects”
James Walgren has worked for the City of Los Altos for over 14 years. In his present position, James directs the Community Development Department, including the Planning Division, the Building Plan Check and Inspection Division, the Engineering Services Division and the Economic Development Division. With a staff of about twenty five, James administers a $3.5 million annual operating budget and an approximately $2 million annual capital projects program.
James earned a B.S. in City and Regional Planning from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, with an emphasis in architecture and urban design. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, the American Planning Association, and the Santa Clara County Association of Planning Officials. James and his wife Kerry have two sons – Andrew, 17, and Christian, 13.