Next WGNA Meeting for
Wednesday 13 February 2019,
The next open house meeting of the Willow Glen Neighbmeeting of Willow Glen Neighborhood Association will be at the Willow Glen Community Center (2175 Lincoln Avenue, between Malone Rd. & Curtner Avenue.
The meeting will begin with a brief review and update of issues by the 2019-2020 Legislative Session by the staff from California Senator Jim Beall's office in the 15th District.
The second part of the meeting will include several updates on the Diridon Station Area and the Diridon Integrated Station Concept Plan, a collaborative effort to redesign and expand the station. The four partner agencies working together on the Concept Plan include the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA), Caltrain, Santa Clara County's Valley Transit Authority (VTA), and the City of San José.
In the past, WGNA has also hosted meetings on the Google/Diridon Station Area Plan (DSAP), whereas we will continue to expand on that topic here. Google is working on an application for a master plan development, and the City of San José is preparing to review their application in conjunction with an update to the DSAP. Leading the discussion will be Lori Severino, Civic Engagement Program Manager for the city's DSAP.
To see a copy of the meeting agenda, see our web page at Meetings > Meeting Agendas and then click the link for FEB . This provides a document in PDF format that can be viewed online, as well as printed.
Location: Willow Glen Community Center at 2175 Lincoln Ave, San Jose, CA 95125
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See the Agendas page for a list of items to be discussed at a meeting of Willow Glen Neighborhood Association. The agenda includes a plan of things to be done or problems to be addressed. Past meeting agendas are also available.
Minutes of past meetings will be posted on a different page, once the Board of Directors reviews and approves them. They are a summarized record of the proceedings at a meeting, as well as an official memorandum authorizing or recommending Willow Glen Neighborhood Association courses of action.