March 16, 2019
5982 Thorntree Drive
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September 10, 4:30 PM - November 19, 6:30 PM @ Fremont Union High School District - Adult School (Located at Vallco – next to Benihana)
Expand your business using Green Gardening techniques!
September 12, 4:30 PM - November 14, 6:30 PM @ Fremont Union High School District - Adult School (situado en Vallco – al lado de Benihana)
¡Aumente su negocio usando practicas de jardinería sostenibles!
October 9, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ San José Environmental Innovation Center
This full-day training teaches the basic vocabulary, technical details, and economic concepts necessary to understand and evaluate grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) projects from a project manager's and/or owner's perspective. The instructor will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of various PV technologies, including module efficiencies and their implications on the space requirements of a project, along with an overview of criteria for selecting a solar site, PV installation options, and PV system costs and incentives (state and federal). The class will focus on residential-sized systems but will also discuss larger options. Please note this class is designed as an introductory class for anyone interested in understanding the basic concepts of PV project evaluation. It is not a hands-on installation class or a PV design/engineering class. This class is intended for architects, contractors, real estate professionals, HERS raters, solar/PV designers, and residential builders.
October 9, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Santa Teresa Branch Library
Please join City staff and the Councilmember to discuss operational issues with La Colina Park and proposed improvements to the play area.
La Colina Park is at the northwest corner of Ansdell Way and Los Pinos Way in City Council District 2. The City has allocated $740,000 of capital funds to renovate the restroom, the play area, and the surrounding landscaping to the play area and restroom building. At the community meeting, attendees will do a Dot Exercise to help the City staff to select new play equipment for the park. The meeting will also allow time to discuss public concerns regarding the operations of the park.
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