Courtesy Robert Santos, Sunnyvale
There are many incorrect statements in the Mercury News concerning the votes by Sunnyvale Councilman Pat Meyering. [The Mercury does NOT have its own reporter covering Sunnyvale.] Meyering has spoken out against the Washington D.C.-type of decision-making that’s appeared in Sunnyvale city government. Continue reading
Deborah Marks compelling presentation during the Aug 13, 2013 City of Sunnyvale Council Meeting highlights visuals of the recently Sunnyvale approved and built projects coined “stack and pack” high density residential and commercial buildings appearing like “urban canyons.”
Deborah also relays negative comments made by the Palo Alto Daily and the Mountain View Voice with outcries from residents regarding the “black wall” canopy of the towering LinkedIn Building and wants to know when will the urban forest management plan come before the council.
Councilmember Pat Meyering asks City Manager Gary Leubbers how he determined that there would be no visual impacts from the LinkedIn Building to the neighboring homes.
It’s time for a change.
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Tony Spitaleri threw a hostile tantrum during the May 22 Council Meeting,
trying to silence a critic of his administration of the city government.
Just minutes after pledging allegiance to the flag, during the Sunnyvale Council Meeting, on May 22, 2012, and prior to voting on item 1.C. MOTION RTC, 12-121, Mayor Tony Spitaleri erupted in a shockingly hostile manner, repeatedly shouting and disrupting Council Member Patrick Meyering, as Meyering commented about the issue ~ The List of Claims and Bills Approved for Payment by the City Manager. Continue reading
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