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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Dec. 13 - The Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees reviewed three draft maps ahead of their move away from at-large elections. The Board will need to ratify a new map with five distinct areas by February 2022.

Board of Trustees votes to advance two draft maps ahead of redistricting in 2022

Kevin Nguyen and Georgina Munoz-Villanueva | December 15, 2021

On Dec. 13, the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board of Trustees voted 4-1 in favor of advancing two out of three draft maps presented to the public with an eye towards consolidating that...

Trash cans pile up to collect debris around Vallco’s demolition site.

What Vallco Mall’s redevelopment says about Cupertino’s past and future

Yvonne Phan, Reporter | December 6, 2021

After years of dispute and indecision, Vallco Mall is finally being redeveloped into mixed-use housing, but its gradual slide into lifelessness throughout the 2010s is evidence of what could happen when...

Sophia Garcia, an outreach director from Redistricting Partners, outlining Foothill-De Anzas upcoming districting process to trustees and members of the public at the first public meeting held in-person since the pandemic started.

Foothill-De Anza District forced to move away from at-large elections, with new districts coming in 2022

Kevin Nguyen, Features Editor | October 17, 2021

Spurred by a potential lawsuit that accused it of having violated an article in the California Voting Rights Act that bans at-large election systems, the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board...

Board of Trustees considers future of Flint Center

Francisco Medina, Staff Reporter | June 3, 2019

Judy Miner, Foothill-De Anza District Chancellor, presented three options to maintain, close or replace the Flint Center at the May 15 DASB senate meeting. The three options came from the Board of...

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