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Mountain View approves rowhouse development that will replace 70 rent-controlled apartments
The days are numbered for another complex of older, more affordable rent-controlled apartments in Mountain View after the... Last comment on Sep 24, 2021 at 5:47 am | 49 comments

 
 
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Santa Clara County supervisors propose $25M grant for homeless housing expansion
Two Santa Clara County supervisors are looking to pour $25 million into creating an ambitious network of homeless housing complexes across the county, with hopes of constructing up to 10 projects that could get people off the street. Thursday, 3:18 PM | 1 comments

El Camino Health reaches agreement with Anthem following stalled contract negotiations
Patients covered by Anthem Blue Cross will be able to return to El Camino Hospital for care following a monthslong standoff between the two parties over a new contract, the hospital announced this week. Friday, 1:59 PM

As Foothill reopens its campus, a quarter of the students return in person
Classes are back in session on Foothill College's campus this fall, but the majority of students are still learning remotely as the Los Altos Hills community college phases in its reopening. Thursday, 1:18 PM

Air quality advisory issued through Saturday
Wildfire smoke from Southern and Central California is expected to move into the Bay Area over the next couple of days, prompting the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to issue an air quality advisory for Friday and Saturday. Friday, 12:09 PM

As California's drought deepens, water use drops only 1.8%
Next year's cuts in water supply could go even deeper as severe drought grips nearly 90% of California. Residents of the North Coast and Bay Area conserved more than Southern Californians did. Thursday, 12:36 PM | 3 comments

Coronavirus central: State announces plans to roll out vaccine boosters after full federal approval
California health officials intend to ensure that enough doses of the Pfizer vaccine and vaccine administrators will be available to meet demand. Friday, 12:03 PM

Elizabeth Holmes trial: Nurse practitioner describes alarming, inaccurate Theranos test results
A nurse practitioner testified to wildly inconsistent blood test results given to a pregnant patient in her OB-GYN practice by Theranos. Thursday, 12:40 PM | 1 comments

California's eviction moratorium expires next week. Is Mountain View ready?
A statewide eviction moratorium aimed at helping families stay housed during the COVID-19 pandemic ends next week, opening the door for landlords to once again evict tenants who fall behind on rent. Wednesday, 1:33 PM | 1 comments

Elizabeth Holmes trial: Nurse practitioner describes alarming, inaccurate Theranos test results
A nurse practitioner testified to wildly inconsistent blood test results given to a pregnant patient in her OB-GYN practice by Theranos. Wednesday, 12:22 PM

Housing proposal focuses on low-income residents
A partnership between Eden Housing and Santa Clara County may soon bring that rarest of commodities -- affordable housing for people with developmental disabilities -- to the Peninsula. Wednesday, 1:48 PM | 3 comments

California recall: The 2022 campaign starts now
Gov. Gavin Newsom's robust defeat of the recall gives him a head start in the 2022 gubernatorial election. Wednesday, 1:58 PM

 

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