By Robert Haugh
A Weekly Summary from the Mission City’s Best News Source
Council appointment candidate Dr. Mohammed Nadeem blasts Patty Mahan and Pat Kolstad for wasting his time as an applicant for the seat vacated by disgraced former Councilman Dominic Caserta. Nadeem spent time away from an important religious event and celebration. He calls Mahan and Kolstad’s actions uncivilized and appalling.
Mahan and Kolstad “dialing in” to Council meetings. Upcoming meeting tackles several issues including a proposed townhome development at the site of Fujii Florist.
Where Art Thou Santa Clara Weekly? Self-called “official” newspaper of the Mission City seems to be delivered only monthly or semi-annually. The publication has been in hot water because of controversial ad purchases by the Santa Clara CVB — an example of self-dealing by Santa Clara Chamber board members.
12-unit townhome project at 1900 Warburton, site of Fujii Florist is approved, despite parking concerns from residents of the seven-story, 100-unit tower at 1700 Civic Center Drive.
Santa Clara Chamber moves annual event from Santa Clara Convention Center to David’s Restaurant just days after we asked if they were getting a special deal at taxpayers’ expense. The organization is suffering from discovery of mismanagement and malfeasance in a city audit.