A huge thank you to those who came out on March 16th, to collect trash with PRNS, Mayor Sam Liccardo, myself and the District 7 Team. Together, we removed more than 5.2 tons of trash along Coyote Creek near the Tully Ball fields.
Since last Saturday, I have received many positive feedback and emails from your neighbors saying they are very happy and pleased that the entire area around the Tully Library is now very clean and looks safer...
"... Thư-viện Tully băy-giờ rất là sạch-sẽ sau bao nhiêu năm..." ̣
(After several years... The Tully Library is now very clean...) - Thức Đỗ
Thank you for your support and commitment to help creating a cleaner and safer environment for our neighborhoods in District 7.
My office is here to serve the people of District 7. Should you need anything, please do not hesitate to contact us.
EARTH DAY Saturday, April 13
Place: Seven Trees - 3590 Cas Dr. Tropicana/Lanai - Midfield Ave
Time: 8 AM - 12 PM
Join us to celebrate EARTH DAY SAN JOSE with your families and neighbors, and help clean up our community, rain or shine! Schedule
Registration: 8:00-8:30 AM
Celebration Lunch: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Meet at your registered location·
Pick up litter in designated areas;
Drop off bags at designated spots
For more information, call: (408) 535-4907
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EARTH DAY Saturday, April 13th
8 A.M. - 12 P.M.
* Seven Trees: 3590 Cas Dr.
* Tropicana / Lanai: Midfield Ave.
CLEAN-UP DAY Saturday, May 18th
9 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
Shirakawa School: 665 Wool Creek Dr.
DUMPSTER DAY Saturday, June 1st
8 A.M. - 11 A.M.
Santee Community FMCI / Educare:
1399 Santee Drive,
THANK YOU AMERICA MONUMENT
Working in collaboration with Santa Clara County
Supervisors Dave Cortese and Cindy Chavez,
and the Vietnamese-American Community,
I am excited to announce that we were able to move forward
with this project that had been in discussion for ten years.
Had so much fun throwing the first pitch at the Opening Game at Spartan Little League and being
part of the first parade Spartan has had in 4 years!
Stay tuned for big plans for next year’s parade!
See you all on April 11th,
at the San Jose Municipal Stadium for the
San Jose Giants Opening Game
Last month, I had several important Meet & Greet Events
with the local community groups -
At the Sacred Heart Community Services
to discuss the current Immigration issues in our City.
I also had a very nice Meet & Greet Event with the
Vietnamese-American Community of Northern California
at The Vietnamese-American Cultural Center
to share our concerns & accomplishments.