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FATE OF WILLOW GLEN TRESTLE GOES TO SANTA CLARA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AS OF 18 JULY 2014

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FRIENDS OF WILLOW GLEN TRESTLE SUED THE CITY OF SAN JOSE AND THE CITY COUNCIL IN A CASE KNOWN AS “FRIENDS Of THE WILLOW GLEN TRESTLE vs CITY OF SAN JOSE, ET AL,” WHICH IS TO BE HEARD AT SANTA CLARA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT AS OF THIS FRIDAY 18 JULY 2014 FROM THE TIME OF 10:00am

The case number is 1-14-CV-260439, appearing in the category as a Writ Of Mandate – Unlimited.  It was filed as of 11 February 2014.

  • The attorney representing Friends of Willow Glen Trestle is Susan L. Brandt-Hawley, Brandt-Hawley Law Group, Post Office Box 1659, Glen Ellen, Ca 95442.
  • The attorney representing the City Council Of The City Of San Jose is Kathryn J. Zoglin, City Attorney’s Office – SJ , 200 East Santa Clara St., 16th Floor Tower, San Jose, Ca 95113-1905.

FOR A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MATTER: San Jose City Council Members made their Three Creeks Trail/Trestle decision as of 13 August 2013.

The city council voted unanimously on 13 August 2013 to follow through with the replacement of the old Willow Glen trestle, nearby the entrance to Los Gatos/Three Creeks Trail. 

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View the City Council discussion and vote at City Hall, item 2.3(a) of the City Council here:
The overall agenda:
http://sanjose.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=51&clip_id=6627&meta_id=440725
You can hear Councilmember Pierluigi Oliverio’s speech, responding to the addresses that were made by individuals from the public at large.

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