Category Archives: Development Projects

What’s Up? Update on New Development in Mountain View

The deadline for new California state legislation is September 30. Due the recent housing crisis, the state has taken an increasingly active role in overriding local control of housing decisions. One of the most significant changes this year has been … Continue reading

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Chairman’s Corner

by David Lewis III Readers be forewarned! The newsletter may be expanding or shrinking in size and content this year. We need enough ads for the newsletter to roughly pay for itself, e.g., a four-page newsletter needs about a page … Continue reading

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Interview with Oscar Garcia, President of the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce

by Robert Cox and Manny Ramirez On Friday, March 29, OMVNA treasurer Manny Ramirez and I met with Mountain View’s Chamber of Commerce President Oscar Garcia, at his office at 580 Castro Street. Mr. Garcia grew up in Mountain View, … Continue reading

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Madera Modifications Hearing

Gilli Rules to Accept Roof Access Change on Evelyn Ave Complex By  Robert Cox On April 25, 2012, Zoning Admiistrator Peter Gilli held a hearing on modifications to Prometheus’s Madera (Minton’s) project, now under construction at 455 West Evelyn Avenue. Despite … Continue reading

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Old Mountain View Development Update

Classics Chooses Names of New Streets for Station 361 Development, Fortes Redevelopment Plan to be Unvieled at March 6 OMVNA Meeting by Robert Cox Classic Communities Vice President Scott Ward has announced the names of the new private streets for … Continue reading

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