City Council Preview: Santa Clara May Approve the El Camino Specific Plan and Redistricting Process

By Robert Haugh

Tomorrow’s City Council meeting has a light agenda. Normally, this means a short meeting.  But with this new Council and their lack of knowledge and the amount they talk, who knows. 

Here’s what’s on the docket tomorrow:

  • Recognition of Wilcox High Student Gayathri Srinivasan for founding Non-Profit Organization Future Female Physicians
  • Proclaim June 19, 2021 as Juneteenth
  • Action on the El Camino Real Specific Plan, General Plan Amendment for the creation of four new General Plan land use designations, creation of the El Camino Real Zoning District, removal of street parking on El Camino Real, and an Environmental Impact Report and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program.
  • Approval to Authorize the City Manager to Exercise Four One-Year Options to Extend the Agreement with Unisys Corporation for Information Technology Outsourcing Services with a Maximum Compensation of $8,356,309 for the Initial Option Ending June 30, 2022 and Future Options Subject to the Annual Appropriation of Funds
  • Action on a Rezone from Planned Development (PD) to Planned Development (PD) of a property located at 2905 Stender Way to allow development of a four-story Data Center building (CoreSite SV9) (Continued from June 8, 2021 Council Meeting)
  • Council Discussion and Direction on the 2021 Redistricting Process Based Receipt of 2020 Census Data (Continued from May 4, 2021 and June 8, 2021)


  1. 2020 Census

    The 2020 census is now posted with the city of Santa Clara majority at 43.2% Asian and the minority White at 39.9%. Our city council is now mostly minority. Santa Clara finally WOKE up.

  2. Juneteenth? We just got done with Black History month. Memorial Day reluctantly gets one day.

    Sad to see our city following the liberal agenda. Just another lame proclamation that amounts to nothing except pandering to the left.

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