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Kevin Forestieri

Assistant Editor, The Almanac and Mountain View Voice

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About Kevin
Kevin Forestieri is an assistant editor with the Mountain View Voice and The Almanac, joining the company in 2014 as a reporter for the Voice. Kevin has covered local and regional stories on housing, education and health care, including extensive coverage of Santa Clara County's mental health system. He participated in a fellowship with USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism.

Kevin grew up in the Bay Area, leaving for a brief stint to attend Humboldt State University. He graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication.
Stories by Kevin
Man safely removed from CSA's headquarters following standoff with police
The Mountain View Police Department removed a man who broke into Community Services Agency's headquarters and barricaded themselves inside, prompting an hourslong standoff outside the social services agency.
[Wednesday, April 27, 2022]

Developer seeks to replace Mountain View auto repair shop with housing
The home of the former Motor Car Tune Up off of Moffett Boulevard could soon transform into four-story housing, under a new proposal to convert the site into high-density residential uses.
[Tuesday, April 26, 2022]

Man arrested following Mountain View police investigation into online child predator
A 37-year-old man was arrested in San Jose on Tuesday after he allegedly sent sexually explicit content to minors and tried to arrange meetings with them online, according to the Mountain View Police Department.
[Thursday, April 21, 2022]

Mountain View's planning commission backs seven-story office project at San Antonio Center following big revisions
The third redevelopment phase of Mountain View's San Antonio shopping center is nearing the finish line, after the city's Environmental Planning Commission voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of the seven-story office project.
[Thursday, April 21, 2022]

Mountain View adopts campaign contribution limits, setting a cap of $1K for individual donations
Large contributions to local candidates for public office are now prohibited in Mountain View, after the City Council voted last week to cap contributions from individual donors at $1,000 per election.
[Monday, April 18, 2022]

Decision delayed on controversial downtown Mountain View office project
The Mountain View City Council will decide next month whether to approve a four-story office project next door to City Hall, a proposal that has generated significant objections from residents opposed to further office growth.
[Wednesday, April 13, 2022]

Former Assemblywoman Sally Lieber announces run for state Board of Equalization
Sally Lieber, a Mountain View City Council member and former state Assemblywoman, is throwing her hat in the ring to join the California Board of Equalization.
[Tuesday, April 12, 2022]

Mountain View landlords aren't registering units with the city, prompting calls for more enforcement
Mountain View's Rental Housing Committee agreed last week to consider new ways to get property owners to register rental units with the city, a requirement that has gone ignored by many landlords.
[Thursday, April 7, 2022]

Mountain View's RV parking enforcement postponed again, set to begin in July
Mountain View's controversial RV parking ban won't be enforced through July 4, following an agreement between the city and legal advocacy groups that have sued to overturn the ordinances.
[Friday, April 1, 2022]

Mountain View's rental market is recovering from the pandemic, with rents up and vacancies down
After a spike in vacancy rates and a decline in rental housing costs during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, Mountain View's rental market has nearly returned to pre-COVID levels, according to data collected by the city.
[Thursday, March 31, 2022]