Incumbent Mike Honda (D) was defeated by Ro Khanna (D) in the general election on November 8, 2016.
Honda and Khanna defeated Pierluigi Oliverio (D), Ron Cohen (R), Peter Kuo (R), and Kennita Watson (L) in the top-two primary on June 7, 2016.
It’s hard to tell that the clock is winding down for Pierluigi Oliverio, the San Jose councilman who is being termed out after a decade representing Willow Glen and the Rose Garden.
The 47-year-old politician, who will turn over his office to Dev Davis at the start of the New Year, is still collecting constituent inquiries for what might be the council’s most extensive database — nearly 17,000 entries that encompass everything from squirrels to park sprinklers to Christmas decorations.
The Lincoln Avenue Road Diet has become a hot button issue over the course of the last 3 months and will be coming to a vote from your various organizations in the coming days.
There have been many views both pro and against the road diet, as well as another formal petition to stop the road diet.
In a slow-moving city government shaped by unions, Oliverio is the most obvious outlier, using half his 0,000 office budget for projects like artwork and street furniture in his district.
He ran his office like a small duchy in the vast and bumbling Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The councilman has never been a coalition builder, a man who might trade votes or speak encouragingly about a project he didn’t really like.
While integration is laudable and commendable, the document lacks a clear and concise structural account of the GHG Strategy in GP2040 for combating climate change.
The San Jose/Santa Clara League of Women Voters urges that a separate a City of San Jose Climate Change document consistent with the General Plan should be developed, summarizing which elements are forecast to bring about future reductions and which elements will make our community more resilient.