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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From October 16

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (October 15, 1969)

  • City Council Gives Green Light to Central Business District Study to Examine Future Development Potential of Old Downtown Santa Clara:  Leo A. Daly Co. Recommended by City Manager to do Study: Council Gives Approval with 4-2 Vote
  • School Board Eyes Bellomy Street Closure Where Street Bisects Santa Clara High School Campus
  • Laurelwood and Montague Schools Given Support Services at Cost of $30,000 by SCUSD Board:  Allows for Implementation of Arthur D. Little Report Recommendation
  • Planning Commission by 4-1 Vote Gives Approval to Apartment Height Increase and Density Variance for Development Project North of Kaiser Drive and Between Kiely Blvd. and Peppertree Lane
  • City Council Supports Censure of Judge Gerald Chargin for Bigoted Remark Directed at Mexican Youth in Juvenile Court
  • SCUSD Deputy Superintendant W.W. Huxtable Plans to Retire
  • Parents May Review Sex Books and Film: School Superintendant Lawrence Curtis Says Proposed Sex Education Curriculum to be Fully Explained to Parents
  • Folklorico Chorus of Mexico to Appear in Concert at West Valley College
  • Santa Clara Employee Procedures Under Fire: Labor Union Asks City Council to Further Study Proposed Resolution Setting Guidelines for Employer-Employee Relations
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