It's been about a month since the current Santa Cruz City Council decided to kill the famous Housing Corridors Plan, which would have allowed for taller, mixed use buildings along the four main transportation corridors throughout the City: Ocean, Water, Soquel, and Mission Street. This is basically … [Read More...] about Killing the Corridors Plan, or Did They?
Areas of Focus
& Economic Development
Be future-minded in all committee-related activities, promote opportunities; avoid negativity.
To provide issue-specific education for the private-sector, and by the private-sector, related to infrastructure projects and policy.
To ensure that each SCCBC member feels that they are receiving a positive return on their investment in the organization.
About two weeks ago a member of my Board alerted me about an item that was coming up before the Santa Cruz City Council related to overnight parking on community college campuses. "That's peculiar" I thought, because the City of Santa Cruz doesn't have a community college. I was already attending … [Read More...] about Leadership as Deference
Things are looking up for Santa Cruz County as the Board of Supervisors has approved a spending plan for their overall proposed budget of $1.598 million. On June 25th, the Board unanimously approved the County’s first ever two year budget. This two-year proposed budget is an overall more efficient … [Read More...] about Counting the County’s Cash