Grow Smart Bay Area San Jose

From Greenbelt Alliance:

In a tough economic climate, how can we ensure that growth in San Jose benefits all who live, work and play here? Join Greenbelt Alliance and a panel of experts as we discuss the ciritical next steps that the city should take in order to protect its open spaces and maintain its open spaces and maintain its vibrant neighborhoods.

San Jose Chess Game

Panel:

Jeremy Madsen, Executive Director, Greenbelt Alliance

Carl Guardino, President and CEO, Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Ask Kalra, Councilmember, City of San Jose, District 2

Christopher Meany, Partner, Wilson Meany Sullivan

Dayana M. Salazar, Chair and Professor, San Jose State University, Urban and Regional Planning

Teresa Alvarado, Principal. Morado Consulting (moderator)

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