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The City of San Jose has scheduled a community meeting for Wednesday, April 23rd, to present the preliminary findings of a feasibility study for a potential new trail in the Santa Teresa Foothills. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. at Sakamoto Elementary School, 6280 Shadelands Drive, San Jose. The trail would connect the Coyote Creek Trail to the Los Alamitos Creek Trail and would generally follow the existing Coyote-Alamitos Canal or alternative parallel alignments.
The Santa Teresa Foothills Neighborhood Association has been very supportive of this trail, with the understanding that the concerns of adjacent residents regarding issues such as privacy must be addressed. In addition to presenting the preliminary findings of the study, the City is interested in determining whether or not there is support in the community for this trail. The City has indicated that the trail will not be constructed without community support. Please make an effort to attend the April 23rd meeting to learn about the trail and to voice your support. If you cannot attend, please send your comments to City Councilmembers Forrest Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Pat Dando (email@example.com).
For details about the proposed trail, as well as answers to frequently asked questions, please visit the Association's website at www.santateresafoothills.org.
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