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Live Blog: HomeKey/Extended Stay project for homeless housing in Milpitas

Since the situation involving the HomeKey/Extended Stay housing project is constantly evolving, we decided to start a Live Blog. You'll find all the latest...

Milpitas City Council approves revised ADU plan

The Milpitas City Council Tuesday voted 4-1 -- with Councilmember Karina Dominguez dissenting -- to approve a revised five-acre, single-family home development on North...

Sunnyhills Neighbhorhood developer plans 44 new residential units

Real estate developer JMK Investments held its first community meeting in November to present its plans for a new 44-unit development in Milpitas’s Sunnyhills...

Terrace Gardens celebrates 30-year anniversary

Out of all the great things going on in Milpitas that one could celebrate right now, the fact that Terrace Gardens has been in...

Open letter to the Milpitas City Council: “Milpitas rents are NOT SUSTAINABLE.”

Dear Mayor, Councilmembers, and Housing Subcommittee Staff,   “The cost of rental housing in Milpitas and the region has soared in recent years, as the pace...

Milpitas Mayor and Vice Mayor clash over affordable housing

Mayor Rich Tran and Vice Mayor Karina Dominguez have clashed publicly on Facebook in the past couple of days, following a City Council vote...

What’s New in Milpitas: Housing Subcommittee Starts Meeting, Mayor Enters Assemblymember Race, & More

New Housing Subcommittee Starts Meeting   On Tuesday, May 21, the Housing Subcommittee occupied by Councilmembers Bob Nuñez and Carmen Montano met for the first...

Tenants in Milpitas Demand Protections

It’s raining out. But that does nothing to deter Ana Naranjo and Veronica Salce from walking the streets and knocking on apartment doors. Both...

Families in Milpitas are being Evicted from their Homes

    In mid-September, an unfamiliar woman approached Ana Naranjo’s apartment door. She then handed Naranjo a sheet of paper, demanding that she sign it.   Naranjo...

Approved: New South Main Street Development with 220 Residential Units

    At the last City Council meeting (on October 16), the Milpitas City Council approved forward motion on the “Main Street Milpitas” project, a 7-story,...

Things just got interesting with affordable housing in Milpitas

    When it comes to affordable housing, Milpitas is leaning all the way in. At a special City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 12, several...

Milpitas taking an active role in tackling affordable housing crisis

  This past Saturday, May 12, 2018, Milpitas Mayor Rich Tran and Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Nathan Ho moderated Housing Tour 2018, for the sake...

Latest news

ALERT: Santa Clara County sees record 760 cases in one day, issues new directives

This afternoon, Santa Clara County Public Health officials held a rare Saturday event to inform the public of rapidly rising COVID-19 case numbers and...

Rich Tran looks forward to third term as Mayor of Milpitas

    Rich Tran never hides the fact that his affinity for Milpitas, and all the families that live within it, is what propels him each...

A heart of Thanksgiving

It was during the third trimester of my second and most challenging pregnancy when the “gratitude journal” craze started to spread online. Back then I...

Milpitas: Here’s what you need to know about the COVID curfew

With 41 California counties now in the state’s Purple COVID-19 tier—meaning the virus in those counties is widespread—midday Thursday Gavin Newsom and the California...

Poetry: Goodbye Arco

Goodbye Arco I looked out The driver’s window Expecting familiar scene: Folks filling cars Or bumming smokes (Taboo cuz ‘vid nineteen) Usually at that light I turn – Loud music as my...
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