Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors meeting

Form SVBC:

Agenda item 15 for this meeting asks supervisors to “Adopt Resolution establishing one-way Stop Intersection at Page Mill Road and Moody Road in Los Altos Hills.” This particular stop sign has prompted a lot of strong feedback among readers of this website. If you ride on Page Mill Road, the decision will affect you.

Attend this meeting or email your supervisors with input on this highly contentious issue.

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