DoorDash, in partnership with the Office of the Mayor and The Silicon Valley Organization, today announced a new grant program to help San José restaurants prepare for colder weather and continue to serve customers throughout the winter. The grants in San José are part of a $2 million effort in select cities across the country to help restaurants safely continue providing service as the weather gets cold.
As a member of the Berryessa school board, Cohen voted twice to balance budgets by raising school lunch prices for underserved children in his district. Cohen doesn’t understand that food insecurity and income inequality are critical issues in our community.
Jake Tonkel supports amending Proposition 13, which will hurt homeowners and seniors by allowing property taxes to skyrocket. This change would be one of the largest tax increases in California history, with no guarantees the funds are spent wisely.
Today, October 5th, the County of Santa Clara Public Health Officer has issued a Revised Risk Reduction Order, which will go into effect when the County moves into the State’s Tier 3 (the Orange Tier). Under the Revised Risk Reduction Order, all businesses in the County will be allowed to operate so long as the State order allows them to operate, including indoor dining and indoor gatherings.
David Cohen supports amending Proposition 13, the law that protects seniors and homeowners from skyrocketing property taxes. Changing the law will drive up the cost of living and make San Jose even less affordable, with no guarantees at all of how the money will be spent.