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April 14, 2021

Fire evacuation order expanded to eastern Santa Clara County

CalFire has expanded evacuation orders related to the SCU Complex fires to include areas in east unincorporated Morgan Hill and Gilroy.

Suspected ‘Boogaloo boy’ back in court Oct. 5

Gilroy resident Alan Viarengo, who is accused of repeatedly threatening Santa Clara County’s public health officer over Covid-19 policies, did not enter a plea at a Sept. 1 hearing at the San Jose Hall of Justice.

Morgan Hill opens CRC lobby as cooling center

The City of Morgan Hill has opened the lobby of its Centennial Recreation Center, 171 West Edmundson Avenue, as a cooling center.

Sheriff’s office creates right-wing terror task force

The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office on Jan. 12 announced it is assembling a “special task force” to investigate and combat right-wing terrorists.

Julie Raia: City Council District A candidate profile

Julie Raia is running for Morgan Hill City Council District A in order to bring “some fresh perspective” to the city’s government.

Oakwood grads to walk in Aug. 1 ceremony

While most high schools in the area will conduct online graduation ceremonies due to Covid-19 restrictions on large gatherings, Oakwood School has decided to postpone its celebration and conduct an in-person commencement on Aug. 1.

Kennett on his way to Open Space re-election

Incumbent Alex Kennett is well ahead in the vote count for his reelection bid to the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority District 1 Director’s seat.

Anderson Reservoir drained to 3 percent capacity

Valley Water has drained Anderson Reservoir in east Morgan Hill until it is almost empty, and will begin seeking bids in January for a contractor to build a massive new discharge tunnel over the next three years.

Public comment begins on bullet train route

Residents, homeowners, public officials and business owners can begin submitting comments on the draft environmental study for the High Speed Rail section that is slated to pass through the South Valley.

Comment now on 17-acre medical project

The proposal includes a 4,500-square-foot urgent care center, 10,000-square-foot medical building, 100,000-square-foot hospital with 55 beds, a three-story parking garage with 500 spaces, a 10,000-square-foot commercial retail/restaurant building and a 200-unit multi-family residential development, according to a “notice of intent to adopt a mitigated negative declaration” prepared by city staff.