Santa Clara County Community Leaders’ Roundtable: Engage your community in our region’s future

From TransForm:

A significant amount of housing and job growth is expected for Santa Clara County and the rest of the Bay Area. How and where we grow will have major implications for community health, environmental sustainability, economic vibrancy, and social equity. Make sure the constituencies you represent and work with have a voice. Attend the following meeting to learn more about the Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS) and take part in a conversation about what the SCS means for your community and how you and your networks can get involved.

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