Investing in our community
Original post made on Mar 15, 2013
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on Mar 15, 2013 at 6:15 pm
I so agree with Ms. Lovins. We need neighborhood-serving businesses...and, according to the the school district, a school. Decent bike and walking routes, and community services should be considered in a comprehensive planning process for development of this mammouth scale.
Kasperzak has got to go. He consistently demonstrates he is in the developers' back pocket. It's one thing to work with developers. It's another to roll over for them at the expense of good community planning.
Council, we'll take note how you vote on this...and I, for one, will make a point of reminding voters what you did during the next election cycle.
on Mar 15, 2013 at 6:47 pm
One of the only reasons I come to Los Altos is so I can come to the Milk Pail. They are a treasure, one of their kind, wonderful store and they pull the community together. I live half an hour away! It is not only Los Altos residents that benefit from this tiny institution, but also us, out of towners. If Los Altos is foolish enough to force out one of it's priceless assets - then please, Milk Pail, come to San Jose! We would love to have you!And I will not make the drive down to frequent your new Safeway or Starbucks. Thanks - we have plenty of those!
on Mar 15, 2013 at 8:34 pm
I visit The Milk Pail every time I am in town visiting my mother. Besides my mother, The Milk Pail is the best thing about Mountain View. Removing this locally owned and operated jewel would be a crime. My hope is that whomever needs to make decisions recognizes the jewel. Those of us who do not live close to Mountain View would love to have a Milk Pail in our neighborhood.
Think before it is too late!!