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August 14, 2020

Letter: Tell the whole truth about school bonds

The front page article in the Jan. 29 edition of a local publication, “Bond will fix and upgrade schools, facilities for the next 30 years” tells the truth, but not the whole truth.

Letter: Measure I is a sound, long-term funding plan

Measure I is essential to protecting and maintaining the high quality schools that help set our community apart.

Our vote: Yes on A. No on I

We think two hotels on the Madrone Parkway site would create less disruption than any other likely use for the property.

Anti Measure A: New tax windfall won’t happen

Measure A is a handout to a wealthy out-of-town developer, while taking away our opportunity to have a wholesome food market/store on the north side of Morgan Hill.

Pro Measure A: Hotels will help fund city services

Measure A affirms the unanimous decision of the Morgan Hill City Council and Planning Commission to allow construction of two new mid-size hotels on vacant land in the Madrone Village Business Park.

Letter to the editor: After Hale, bring back ‘road diet’

With the Hale extension, hopefully they will follow through and implement the diet permanently.

Guest view: Vote ‘yes’ for safe, modern schools

Measure I will allow MHUSD to attract high-quality teachers and keep them in our district. This bond will provide the necessary funds to update aging classrooms and schools to be equipped with the modern technologies essential to preparing students for their careers.

South County year in review

Animal lovers gathered in November to witness a monumental construction milestone: the “topping off” of the new Santa Clara County Animal Services Center in San Martin. After years of planning, the new LEED Silver certified Animal Services Center is on track to...

Guest view: District updates groundwater charge zones

Because the amount of groundwater pumped out far exceeds what is naturally replenished by rainfall, Valley Water’s groundwater management activities are critical to maintaining healthy groundwater basins.

Letters: Going all-electric

This action by the city council shows that the political leadership is out of touch with cost of living issues that are hitting our community residents.