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Morgan Hill
June4, 2020

Letter: Measure A protects the public interest

Put simply, Measure A is delivering results and having a catalytic impact on affordable housing here in Santa Clara County. In fact, a recent progress report from the county found that every Measure A dollar spent so far has secured $2.78 in outside investments.

Editorial: Unshackle Measure A

It’s time for lone Republican Wasserman, the South Valley’s sole representative, to stand up and demand fiscal responsibility with marketplace competition to get the best deals for taxpayers instead of just going with the flow.

Guest view: Festival a source of social, cultural vitality

Thanks to strong community and social media campaigning, the festival is enjoying increased visibility and geographic reach.

Response to the attack in New Zealand

Justice, reason and respect demand that we respond to the horrific attack that targeted the Islamic community in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15. The death toll has risen to 50 as of March 20, and at least an additional 50 victims...

Guest view: Future Women Leaders to gather April 6

Young women around the world are beginning to find their voice, whether it be through the fight for gun regulation like Emma Gonzalez, environmental change like Greta Thunberg, more diversity in the media like Yara Shahidi or global education like Malala Yousafzai.

Guest view: Mayor’s State of the City address

Great communities like Morgan Hill do not happen by chance. It takes good planning, vision, and fortitude to achieve greatness.

Guest view: Support music in our schools this month

The month of March offers us the opportunity to acknowledge the unique benefits of music education through the celebration of “Music in our Schools Month.”

Letter: A visit to the Nowhere Train

Driving along Avenue 12 in Madera and then passing the future intersections at Avenue 11, there are structures but the connections are nowhere in sight. They are abandoned and not properly secured as links in the future construction.

Black Hole Bullet Train

Well of course we understand why those who reap the money from the ill-advised Supermassive Black Hole Bullet Train keep on rolling, churning up work to justify their salaries, etc., but why do local leaders allow the taxpayers to be abused by...

Letter: Referendum is your constitutional right

I only wish to see our democratic process respected, and not frustrated by a developer who cares more about making money, and hired teams of people to interfere with that process.