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NAC Chair updates – Jodene Announcement of Family night out coming up in August, may need volunteers to support a Delmas Park NAC booth. Khan was invited to work for the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, will no longer be working for council member Sam Liccardo. Topic of the garage sale was never continued. Possible partnerships may be with the Greater Gartner NAC. Possible locations may be the Hertz parking lot on San Carlos near Sunol, or near Park and Delmas under the large billboard, or the SJFD training grounds on Park and Bird/Montgomery. Sgt Scott Johnson, Raul Razo, SJPD Update from SJPD around the Delmas area. Reviewed a report to shoe that Delmas Park has the lowest crime rate in District 3. Most of the crime reported is related to property crim. 5 recently jailed for being drunk in public. Recently there was an incident at the bridge on San Fernando where you might have seen several squad cars. Ended up being a transient death most likely related to the heat wave recently experienced. Still dealing with the vagrant issues with the vacant PAL building on Delmas and Park Ave. Juan Borelli, Planning Dept Sr. Planner During the National Historic Preservation month (May) a proclamation was awarded to Jodene and the Delmas Park NAC for Lakehouse as a historic landmark for the city of San Jose. The pending request for development rezone use permit for Delmas Park may possibly be withdrawn by the developers and instead send out an preliminary inquiry to the surrounding community for a 4 story building to accomidate affordable housing. A meeting is scheduled for either July or Aug, pending conditional use permit to sell alcohol from a convenience store at 394 Bird Ave. The Planning group feels like the SNI area is overconcentrated with facilities that currently sell alcohol. Significant decrease in residential development applications as seen by the planning dept. Al Gonzales, Dept of Transportation Review of the analysis conducted around traffic calming around the Core building and neighborhoods near the HP Pavilion. During the course of a month, they picked the busiest week to compare to historical trends. Looked specifically during Tue/Wed/Thurs when they believed to have the most amount of traffic during a week, and picked the busiest day. Around the HP Pavilion they measured during a recent concert. Overall area and cut through traffic has decreased. No noticeable increase in volume of traffic around Columbia Ave. The main contributor to the reduction in traffic was the implementation of the parking permit zones within the Delmas Area. For traffic blockage complaints regarding public events, contact the Office of Cultural Affairs.
Update to the Housing improvement Grant Program Only a small handful of applications for housing grants were submitted. A lot lower than the amount of budget allocated to the program.
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