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1468Invitation to Housing Action Coalition, Keith Sugar Guest Speaker

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  • Dayana Salazar
    Apr 2 6:56 AM

      Dear Housing Action Coalition,

      This email serves as a reminder of the next HAC meeting, Friday, April 8th from 11am to 1pm at the Santa Clara City Council Chambers, ( 1500 Warburton Avenue , Santa Clara ).  Our guest speaker is Keith Sugar, former Mayor of Santa Cruz and current lecturer with San Jose State 's Urban Studies Program.  Mr. Sugar will give an overview of Oregon 's Measure 37, a voter approved initiative to require compensation to land owners if government regulations decrease their land value.   Smart growth proponents see the measure as bad, property rights advocates see it as good.  Mr. Sugar will elaborate on what, if any, are the implications for California .

       The agenda for the meeting is pasted below.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

       And, the Legislative Committee will meet the hour prior to the HAC meeting, 10am to 11am at the same place.  All are welcome to that meeting as well.


      Shiloh Ballard


      Please note SVMG's name change


      Shiloh Ballard

      Housing & Community Development

      Silicon Valley Leadership Group (Formerly SVMG)

      224 Airport Parkway, Suite 620 , San Jose 95110


      408-501-7861 fax





      April 8th, 2005, 11am-1pm

      Santa Clara City Council Chambers

      1500 Warburton Avenue, Santa Clara




      I.                   WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS


      II.                LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
               Consider Committee Recommendations:  Jeffrey Dennison
               MTC Transit-Oriented Development Policy
      III.             TOUR UPDATE

             South County Tour , May 14th

             Mountain View Tour, June 25th


      IV.             HOUSING COMMITTEE (11:30am)
               Hitachi:  Cynthia James, Morley Hunter Group


      V.                GUEST SPEAKER

      Measure 37:  What happened in Oregon and are there implications for California ?

      -         Keith Sugar, SJSU Lecturer, Urban Planning


      VI.             OTHER BUSINESS