California Dolphin: statewide California news

Cupertino community briefs for the week of March 15

Housing commission vacancy
The City of Cupertino is accepting applications for a vacancy on the housing commission following the resignation of Commissioner Poonam Goyal as the financial representative. The partial term expires on Jan. 30, 2022 The financial representative must represent a financial institution located in Cupertino to be eligible.
The housing commission assists in developing housing policies and strategies, recommends policies for implementation and monitoring of affordable housing projects, helps identify sources of funding for affordable housing and performs other advisory functions authorized by the city council.
Regular meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 9 a.m. at City Hall, conference room C. For more information, contact staff liaison Kerri Heusler at KerriH@cupertino.org or 408-777-3251.
Applications can be found at www.cupertino.org/vacancies . For more details, please see the website or call the city clerk’s office at 408-777-3223.
Open Space opens grant program
The Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District has expanded its grantmaking program to $250,000 annually, and added more funding categories. Local organizations can apply for grants at two levels—up to $25,000 or up to $50,000—in support of natural resource and outdoor education projects that further Midpen’s mission and take place in and around its public open space preserves.
Public agencies, nonprofits, K-12 schools, academic institutions and private organizations are eligible to apply for grant funding in three categories: applied science proposals; network and partnership support proposals; and environmental education, interpretation and access proposals.
Grant applications will be accepted through March 25 at 5 p.m. For more information, visit openspace.org/grants.

Top News

Ain't No God; don't even think about theism

UnFox News: not a propaganda arm of the Republican party