On Nov. 27, representatives from cities in San Benito, SantaCruz and Monterey counties will meet in San Jose to discuss jointplanning on future development in the area. San Jose Mayor RonGonzales proposed the meetings, which will be open to the public,as a means of city officials putting their heads together on futuredevelopment. The event will kick off a series of meetings duringwhich city officials will try to map out a workable plan forbalancing growth with traffic, land and other environmentalconcerns.


The filing deadline for Salinas to file its suit challenging SanJose's environmental impact report on Cisco's 20,000-worker campusis Nov. 22. Other cities in nearby Santa Cruz and Monterey countiessay they are prepared to join in the suit and fight Cisco's projectin court.

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