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Award for Teacher Homebuyer Program
Coyote Valley Plans Call for 25,000 Homes


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Jun.12
  South San Jose: Among the plans is a 50,000-job industrial park and a greenbelt space


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Oct.30
  The League of California Cities has presented the city with the prestigious Helen Putnam Award

Jan.14


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Dec.5
  San Jose: Mayor Gonzales said the top ranking is the result of a strong police force
Oct.30 Renters get additional eviction protections  The ordinance requires landlords to offer arbitration to tenants given a 60-day eviction notice without cause Aug.21 245-unit affordable housing approved
  The $60 million apartment complex will be built with a $15 million city subsidy
Aug.16   Coyote Valley development task force  South San Jose: Mayor Ron Gonzales today proposed a 20-member task force to draw up a specific plan for the future development

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May.12 To force high-density housing
  San Jose: City will force to convert dilapidated downtown real estates into high-density housing

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Feb.16   Mayor Leads Fight to Protect Open Space
  Ron Gonzales will campaign for a voter-approved measure to strengthen the city's existing green-line policies





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