Home-Based Business Public Service Announcement
Advertise with Packages start at $79 per year. The Community Web Site Serving Santa Teresa, Almaden Valley, Blossom Valley, Coyote Valley and Evergreen
Community News, Events, Announcements, Sports and Crime Businesses, Neighbors, Organizations / Groups, Government, Schools, Parks, Places of Worship, Services, Utilities and Carpooling Feedback, Chat / Messages, Lost and Found, Home Improvements, Home and Family and Survey Real Estate, Classified Ads, Free / Nearly Free and Meet Our Sponsors About Us - Find out about the creators of this community web site.
New or updated Saturday, November 22, 2014

Daily changes archive

Local News

Pizarro: Cisco's Randy Pond has built a career out of giving
Mercury News - November 20, 2014

Sunset Magazine headquarters may be saved by Menlo College
Mercury News - November 20, 2014

San Jose police: Gunman was long gone prior to overnight standoff at South San Jose home
Mercury News - November 19, 2014

San Jose police: Gunman was long gone prior to overnight standoff at South San Jose home
Mercury News - November 19, 2014

Holiday giving: Bay Area community groups seek donations to help needy during the holidays
Mercury News - November 19, 2014

Cupertino: Monta Vista girls scare Mitty before losing 1-0 in CCS field hockey playoffs
Mercury News - November 19, 2014

News archive

Upcoming Events

No events at this time.

Suggest an event

Latest Discussions

Re: Robbery warning
Posted October 12, 2014

All discussions

Advertising Highlights

Need Household Help (Cooking + Laundry) - 2 hrs/day
Posted October 26, 2014

All Classified Ads Featured Businesses
Subscribe to community email updates.

Hitachi Mixed-Use Development Survey
The City of San Jose is considering a development proposal by Hitachi Global Storage Technologies to convert 174 acres of their 332 acre campus site at Cottle Road and Highway 85 (former IBM site) into as many as 3,417 single-family detached and attached residences and 460,000 square feet of retail space. A public meeting will be held on the proposal on June 30, 2004 at 7:00 pm at the South Side Community Center.

We are interested in publishing your thoughts on this proposal.

Are you in favor of this proposal?
Yes No Undecided
*Email Address:
Survey Results
Coyote Valley Development Survey
The City of San Jose continues to support development in Coyote Valley without a single large corporate campus like Cisco Systems proposed. According to our previous survey on this web site, 75% supported the proposed Cisco Systems campus. How do you feel about the CVRP project now that the project may have many companies in the office park? Has your opinion changed? We would be interested in your thoughts.
Should current development plans continue in Coyote Valley now that Cisco Systems has backed out?
Yes No Undecided
Did you previously support the proposed Cisco Campus in Coyote Valley?
Yes No I was undecided
*Email Address:
Survey Results

Home | What's New | Community News | Neighbors | Events | Announcements
Organizations / Groups | Businesses | Government | Schools | Parks | Places of Worship | Real Estate | Services
Utilities | Crime | Classifieds | Ridesharing | Sports | Lost and Found | Free/Nearly Free | Chat/Messages
Feedback | Home Improvements | Survey | Search | About Us | Meet Our Sponsors

Copyright © 1998-2013, Scott and Donna Scholz (
All Rights Reserved
Contact Webmaster
Number of visits to this page since 11/03/1998
Free Shipping on orders of $25 or more at!
This page was generated in 0.6132 seconds.