Jennifer Imhoff for City Council
San Jose currently has record high tax collection, and near record low unemployment (3.2%), yet we are facing a budget deficit! This can only mean that San Jose city government will need to go back to the tax payers and ask for more money. As a result, the city has responded with MORE SPENDING PLANS. Jennifer Imhoff says NO. She plans to cut wasteful spending by partnering with nonprofits and businesses to provide these services. Donate now to help save our city. Be the Passion for San Jose that we need right now.
I had the wonderful honor of addressing the 8th grade students at Piedmont Middle School yesterday for Career Day; to encourage them to be more engaged in their community civics.
The City of San Jose, along with associated organizations, hosted a community meeting on Thursday night to discuss the pending “Tiny home” housing developments. Mayor Sam Liccardo and Council Member Tam Nguyen were present along with Jack Morales-Ferrand City of San Jose Director Housing, James Stagi City of San Jose Acting Division Manager, Kevin Elliott of Habitat for Humanity, and Andrea Urton from HomeFirst. Each discussed their role within the project, addressed frequently asked questions, and then addressed questions from the community.
Neighbors and Friends,
My name is Jennifer, and I am running for San Jose City Council District 5. I am a proud 3rd generation citizen of San Jose. My grandparents settled here in the 1950s having tended the orchards from Morgan Hill to Sunnyvale and also helped build the same roads we still drive on today. My grandfather left the field to work for IBM, and rooted our family in what has now became Silicon Valley. Growing up in a middle class family and working to put myself through college at Foothill Community and continuing my education at San Jose State University, I understand our daily struggle.
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