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BCA General Meeting – The next general meeeting will be on Monday, May 19, 7PM. Valley Park Hotel, 2404 Stevens Creek Blvd, at MacArthur.

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BCA Meeting Monday May 19, 7 PM

The BCA will convene its next general meeting on Monday May 19, 2014 at the Valley Park Hotel, 2404 Stevens Creek Blvd.

This is a very comfortable meeting space, and the BCA thanks the management and staff of the Valley Park Hotel for their hospitality.

The main topic of this meeting will be the condition of the Business Circle property at the corner of Bascom and Stevens Creek Blvd, and the BCA's attempts to improve this gateway to our community.

While the Business Circle is the gateway to the Burbank Community, it lies wholly within the political jurisdiction of the City of San Jose, District 6, represented by Councilman Pierluigi Olliverio.

The abandoned and derelict Western Funding building on the corner is the examplar of the benign neglect that the City has exhibited to this prime real estate location.

Tonight we will discuss the condition of the Business Circle location and what we can do in cooperation with the City to improve its appearance and appeal. To that end we have engaged the following guests and speakers.

  • SJPD, Sheriff, and CHP discussing general policing issues in the Burbank neighborhood and the Business Circle
  • Ken Yeager, Santa Clara County Supervisor 
  • Pierluigi Oliverio, San Jose Councilmember for District 6

Traffic Rules Enforced in Burbank

Last week the Sheriff’s Office continued its crack down on traffic violations on the busiest residential streets in Burbank. In a week’s time, Deputy Sheriffs stopped over 60 vehicles on these residential roads and wrote 41 citations.

Here is a breakdown of the citations:

  •         20 Stop sign violations
  •          5 Red light violation
  •          1 Not using a turn signal when driving
  •          4 Using a cell phone while driving
  •          1 Illegal lane change
  •          2 No headlights in darkness
  •          2 Not wearing a seatbelt
  •          4 Expired registration
  •          1 Windows tinted
  •          1 Broken windshield


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