San Jose Discussed But Didn’t Vote On Coyote Valley

San Jose Discussed But Didn’t Vote On Coyote Valley

Three weeks after our successful Rally for Coyote Valley, the San Jose City Council met on Tuesday to discuss Measure T and whether to fund acquisition of land in Coyote Valley. While no vote on the $50 million for Coyote Valley occurred at this meeting due to procedural restrictions, Councilmember Sergio Jimenez was stalwart in his insistence that the Council should take action on this issue as soon as possible. As a result, Council directed City staff to bring this issue back for further discussion later this month, with strong support for taking action as soon as possible.

A huge thank you to those who signed our action alert. The City Council members have heard us loud and clear – it’s time to protect Coyote Valley for the host of tangible benefits its land provides to the city, including flood protection.

What you can do now:

  1. Our advocacy for Coyote Valley is possible with your support. Donate to Green Foothills.
  2. Share our action alert on social media and we’ll keep you posted as this progresses.
  3. Want to know more about Tuesday’s meeting? Check out this article in San Jose Inside.

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