Mountain View’s city council voted 6-1 to extend rent control to the city’s mobile home parks.
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Opponents of Mountain View’s new ban on RV overnight parking are rushing to collect enough signatures to block enforcement of the new rule.
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Mountain View’s plan to develop 412 acres into housing, office space and retail will be put to a Nov. 5 City Council vote after four years of debate over how to start closing the gap between new jobs and new homes in the city.
MOUNTAIN VIEW — There’s a labor shortage that’s showing on the facades of downtown Mountain View’s businesses. But shop owners and the city officials have come up with strategies to entice workers — by providing better employee benefits, passing an increase in the minimum wage and developing more affordable housing.
PENINSULA — Two years after California legalized recreational marijuana, pot laws on the Peninsula remain a patchwork.
Residents of two Mountain View apartment complexes that developers are looking to replace with luxury housing say they won’t be able to stay in the city if they’re forced out of their homes. Tenants of 2005 and 2310 Rock St. say the relocation assistance that the developer offered them — an equivalent of three months
PALO ALTO – Palo Alto is exploring ways to redesign four of its Caltrain railroad crossings that have become traffic bottlenecks and scenes of frequent accidents.
MOUNTAIN VIEW – As housing prices continue to surge in the Bay Area, Mountain View schools are exploring a range of ways to provide affordable residences for its teachers.
MOUNTAIN VIEW — A proposed housing development that would replace existing rent-controlled apartments represents the larger battle between protecting renters and providing more housing units in Mountain View.
When Google proposed to remove over one hundred trees from Shoreline Boulevard, the response was less than joyous. But when the City Council decided to go ahead with the removal, there was little public outcry.
Google’s HQ expansion could worsen Mountain View’s traffic problems during construction phase, officials say
The proposed construction of a 600,000-sq. ft. office building near Google’s main campus is worrying local residents, commuters and City Council members who say peak-hour traffic already creates a gridlock on the city’s major traffic routes.
Advocates hope this latest initiative will be successful, but they face well-organized and well-funded opposition.