“Fundraising for schools often takes a village. At Hoover, we are very proud of the support from our parent community, our staff community and our business community who make so much possible at our school. This week, we recognize Juliana Lee Education Foundation for being one of our Olympian sponsors at our Active Hedgie Walkathon. Thank you for the continued support of Hoover Elementary School.”
A significant number of people are talking about an increase in noise from aircraft flying over Palo Alto. Changes to rules governing aircraft flights have routed many more aircraft over Palo Alto and at the same time made each of the flights impose louder noise on residents.
If you wish to voice a complaint please visit the petition at change.org.
The issue has been presented by a story in the Palo Alto Online.
A group has formed to challenge the funneling of aircraft over Palo Alto which provides much more information.
Keller Williams recognized me as their #1 agent for the value of homes I sold and bought. With over 105,000 agents, Keller Williams is our nation’s largest real estate franchise.
There are well over a thousand people who helped me achieve this recognition and to whom I am very grateful. Thank you!
There are believed to be 18,821 zombie properties in California. If a bank notifies an owner that there is going to be a foreclosure sale on their home, the owner may move out but the bank doesn’t follow through with the foreclosure.
The home is left without anyone to maintain it or paying property taxes. The unsuspecting owner may later find that he still owns the property when legal action is taken to recover past due taxes and other bills related to the property. The owners wages may be garnished, his credit destroyed and tax refunds seized.
Cities are often forced to deal with the problems of the zombie property.
The board of trustees on June 20 approved the design plans for modernizing both Graham and Crittendon middle schools.
The modernization of classrooms is expected to be finished in the summer of 2014, the library at Graham in the fall of 2014, and the new library at Crittenden in the winter of 2014.
A new sports center at Crittenden is to be completed in 2015. New auditoriums at each school are scheduled to be completed well into 2016.