Tag Archives: Chris Moylan

Sunnyvale Councilmember MOYLAN’S VOTES BENEFIT HIS POLITICAL DONORS


CHRIS MOYLAN’S VOTES BENEFIT HIS POLITICAL DONORS.

When the majority on Sunnyvale’s City Council voted to make an added $1,517,500.00 payment to the city’s garbage company, Councilmember Chris Moylan was an enthusiastic supporter. It turns out, Moylan took money from the garbage company.

Before Moylan cast his vote supporting the additional payment of city money to his garbage company donor, he had also voted to approve an unusual development agreement, with the city’s downtown developer.

Turns out Moylan also took money from the developer. The unusual development agreement allowed Moylan’s donor/ the developer/ to avoid the standard requirement of purchasing and posting an overall performance bond. Such a bond is a guarantee from a third-party (usually a bank or an insurance company) that money needed to complete a specified project will be paid if the contractor fails to fully perform.  Continue reading

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Sunnyvale Residents at risk by Cupertino Village High-Density Project


Courtesy:  Holly Lofgren  – Sunnyvale Resident/Community Activist/Nonprofit Professional

SUNNYVALE RESIDENTS At risk.

Sunnyvale’s residents are deeply concerned about high-density overdevelopment  on the city’s border with Cupertino.

Cupertino’s  Planning Commission intends to give a building permit to Kimco Realty for further  developing a shopping mall directly beside Sunnyvale residential neighborhoods.  Continue reading