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The city council has carved out a vision for Gilroy’s next 15 years and, after its annual two-day strategic planning session, there’s a blueprint that outlines the steps needed to establish Gilroy as one of the most desirable destinations in the country.
In the midst of all the shoulder patting, thanking, well-wishing and congratulating that transpired at the City Council chambers Dec. 7 when the public officially welcomed Don Gage as their new mayor, retiring Councilman Bob Dillon’s parting words put it best.
Gilroyans have the opportunity to fill three City Council seats this election and there are five interesting and dedicated people willing to serve. All bring something different to the table. After an extensive interview session, our recommendations became clear.
Saturday Oct. 13, from 2 to 4 p.m., Gilroy voters have the chance to ask those running for mayor and City Council tough questions at a public forum at the Gilroy Library.
Gilroy Political Action Committee, a group of local business owners affiliated with the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday they are endorsing water district board member Don Gage for mayor, praising his "depth and breadth" of business experience.
As the four-week window to file for a spot in Gilroy’s political scene opened Monday, three Gilroy mayoral candidates and four City Council candidates are stretching at the starting line, as they brace themselves for their big campaign kick-offs in August.
The things that make Gilroy a special place, and the one reason that really stands out
The planning commission voted unanimously May 3 to approve a hotel project for a Holiday Inn and a Holiday Inn Extended Stay on the corner of Leavesley Road and Forest Street near the Premium Outlets, under the condition that the developer further negotiates with the city before presenting the plan to City Council.