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  1. 1. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 1/47     Halloween 2018 Newsletter  Newsletter intern: Akshay Manglik  On Mobile/Tablet, View in Landscape Mode    Contents  A Note From Rishi:   A tale of soul and soles...    City Happenings, Info, & News 
  2. 2. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 2/47 ● Pumpkins are making Saratoga safe :-)   ● Leaves are falling is the crime  ● New restaurant in Saratoga: Hero Ranch Kitchen  ● Detectives Catch Vehicle Burglars  ● SCVWD Water Project Grants  ● Assessment Growth Up in Assessor’s FY 18/19 Report  ● Major Road Improvements in Saratoga  ● Allendale Speed Tables Installed  ● Grover House/Blue Rock Shoot Project Update  ● New Crosswalk Saratoga Signs  ● Great California Shakeout Drill - Be prepared always  ● 2018 Pavement Management Program  ● Building Permits Summary   ● PG&E Tree Removal on Cox    ● Silicon Valley Clean Energy Green Prime Results  ● California K-12 Computer Science Curriculum Updates  ● Lighted Crosswalks going live     Upcoming Events  ● Witchy Walk-A-Bout  ● Saratoga Tree Lighting  ● Midterm Elections  ● Santa Clara County CERT looking for volunteers    Q&A with Councilmember Rishi Kumar   ● Visit for the complete list  ● Question: How can I deal with rats?  ● Question: Where do my taxes go?  ● Question: Where can I look up city services?  ● Question: How to prevent car break ins?    Glimpses via Pictures 
  3. 3. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 3/47   A Note From Rishi  A TALE OF SOUL AND SOLES    Dear neighbor,  As we began our re­election campaign in late August, we had this  aspiration to meet each and everyone of you. Why? It was about getting  the pulse of Saratoga and engaging in a conversation with as many of you  as I could at your doorstep. Some called it a pipe dream! It turned out to be  *wonderful* listening opportunity, to converse about Saratoga. It is pretty  clear ­ we all love Saratoga and want the best with so many wonderful  ideas and aspirations for Saratoga.     Well, we did it!  We have visited almost every Saratoga home that was  possible. Over 140 friends and family from Saratoga and beyond, including  my wife Seema and I, volunteered our weekends in walking, knocking and  talking. The conversations we had has been such an educational  experience... my soul has been enriched with that experience! The soles of  my running shoes are proof ­ that I display like a medal to anyone who  cares :­)    The hills were of course difficult to navigate, but many neighbors mentioned  warmly that they had never seen any other candidate come by in decades.  Here is the video “For 42 years, no one came” 63338721/?type=1    Simply stated, the reason we did what we did over the last four years on  the city council is because of what we learned from the campaign trail of  2014….the dialogue builds the fortitude to NOT shy away from taking on  the tough challenges.  •  During my first term as your councilmember, I reminded myself everyday  that I serve your interest. I have purposefully focused my efforts with a  citizen­centric vision, responsiveness and results­driven behavior  to  impact  Saratoga’s toughest challenges , like rising crime and water rates.   
  4. 4. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 4/47 Saratoga is indeed a special place where my wife Seema and I, along with  our two sons, have enjoyed living for over 17 years with so many warm and  friendly neighbors, idyllic setting for our families, “far away” from the  madness of Silicon Valley. Saratoga has an amazing community spirit –  one big happy family.     I am very thankful to you for the privilege of serving Saratoga, and through  my diligent service I will express my thanks in impactful ways.  I will  continue to build upon the proven track record of good, honest, open and  collaborative City governance; being an involved, committed, dedicated  and vigilant advocate of every resident of Saratoga. Please know that I hold  your faith and trust dearly.       I wish you all a very happy Halloween celebration with your loved ones.   Warm Regards,  Rishi Kumar || || 408.805.5993       
  5. 5. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 5/47 City Happenings, Info, & News    Pumpkins are keeping Saratoga safe  Pumpkins all over Saratoga are keeping an eye, getting involved with our  active Neighborhood Safety Watch program :­)    Creative Genius Art credit for this above picture goes to Earla  from the Cumberland  Drive Neighborhood Block Party  In certain spots, the pumpkins are participating in the election process. No  one should be excluded from it :­)   
  6. 6. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 6/47 Leaves falling...crime is dropping too  SARATOGA HOME BURGLARIES in 2018   We are at ~45 burglaries in 2018 so far (not an official sheriff number) in comparison to a total  of 69 in 2017 and 130 in 2016  Thanks to the leadership of so many Neighborhood Safety Watch leaders of Saratoga, we have  done a great job of reducing crime in our city, but I highly recommend that you do enhance the  safety of your home with simple deterrents listed here  But car break-ins are on the uptick, so please stay alert. DO NOT leave any valuables visible in  your car  NOTE: Scroll down to see burglary data from 2005-2017 and also comparison with other  cities  ● 10/15 - 1 residential burglary   ● 10/8 - zero   ● 10/1 - 1 residential burglary   ● SEPTEMBER (10)  ● 9/24 – 6 residential burglaries  ● 9/17-9/23 2 residential burglaries  ● 9/10 – 9/6 One attempted burglary  ● 9/3-9/9 - 2 residential burglaries includes 1 attempted  ● AUGUST (5)  ● 8/27-9/2 - zero   ● 8/20-8/26 - zero  ● 8/31-8/19 - none  ● 8/6-8/12 - 3 residential burglaries   ● 7/30-8/5 - 2 residential burglaries   ● JULY (1)  ● 7/23-7/29 - none  ● 7/16 - 7/22 - 1 residential burglary   ● 7/9-7/16 - none  ● 7/2 - 7/8 - none  ● **JUNE (0)  ● 6/25 -7/1 - none  ● 6/18-6/24 - none  ● 6/11-6/17 - none  ● 6/4 - 6/10 - none  ● ** MAY (4)  ● 5/28-6/3 - none  ● 5/21-5/27 - none  ● 5/14-5/20 - none  ● 5/7-5/13 - 3 residential burglaries  ● **APRIL (3)  ● 4/30-5/6 - none 
  7. 7. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 7/47 ● 4/23-4/29 - none  ● 4/16-4/22 - none  ● 4/9 - 4/15 - 1 residential burglary  ● 4/2 - 4/8 - 2 residential burglaries  ● **March - (8 )  ● **February - (10 )  ● **January - (5)  ***Visit the city of Saratoga safety page for information on the latest crime stats and  Neighborhood Watch Programs    Home Burglaries in Saratoga as per West Valley Patrol’s official report:  ● 2017 - 69   ● 2016-130  ● 2015-125  ● 2014-98  ● 2013-72  ○ AVERAGE # OF BURGLARIES BETWEEN 2006 to 2012 = 65)  ● 2012-59  ● 2011 - 53  ● 2010 - 66  ● 2009 - 76  ● 2008 - 64  ● 2007 - 76  ● 2006 - 59  Crime Coverage and Neighborhood Watch Coverage from Saratoga News orhood-watch-programs/ -california-yes-but/ ducing-crime/ hing-as-auto-burglaries-rise/ rvillance-cameras-in-public-right-of-way/ ch-programs-certified-by-city-other-safety-measures-put-in-place/  HOW DO WE COMPARE? 
  8. 8. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 8/47 See the report from the DA’s office reproduced from this link 2017%20Annual%20Report.pdf  NOTE: The DAs office and our West Valley Patrol have slightly different calculation techniques  to track crime. Year to year comparison should be made between data available from the  specific agency only. Both numbers are accurate, but use a different calculation technique.  Example DAs office counts attempted break-ins towards the total burglary count while West  Valley Patrol discards attempted break-ins as part of their total.             
  9. 9. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 9/47 New restaurant - Hero Ranch Kitchen in Saratoga  Hero Ranch Kitchen — the Hero is short for Heropoulos — serves dinner five  nights a week, Wednesday through Sunday, from 5 to 10 p.m. Because of limited  seating, advance reservations (24 hours’ notice or more) are recommended.  Read about it here  Details: 14583 Big Basin Way, Saratoga;     Detectives Catch Vehicle Burglars  On October 9, West Valley Patrol detectives arrested three of the four suspects  involved in a series of vehicle burglaries that occurred in September. These suspects  are believed to be responsible for entering a dozen locked and unlocked vehicles in the  18000 block area of Montpere Way in the early morning hours of September 6. The  suspects took garage door remotes from two vehicles and accessed the garage at  each of those residences. The suspects took an assortment of property, including a  bicycle, cash, paperwork, and work equipment.  The four suspects were identified through an extensive follow-up investigation of the  September 6 crimes. During the investigation, detectives determined that these  suspects were also responsible for numerous other crimes throughout the South Bay  area, including carjacking, auto theft, and firearms possession. The suspects were also  involved in multiple police pursuits, recklessly evading through public streets.  Detectives will continue their investigation of this crew, as they believe this crew to be  responsible for numerous other burglaries in the City.   
  10. 10. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 10/47 SCVWD Water Project Grants    Up to $100,000 available for innovative water conservation projects    The window is now open for applicants to apply for a portion of $100,000 in  grant funding for testing new and innovative water conservation programs and  technologies. The funding is part of the Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood  Protection Program parcel tax, approved by voters in 2012. The maximum grant  amount is $50,000 and the minimum grant amount is $5,000. Proposals are due  on Dec. 7, 2018 and all projects must be completed by June 30, 2019.     The program provides funding to study and test new water conservation  activities, with the goal of identifying promising water savings devices and  strategies that can assist the water district in meeting its long-term goal of  saving more than 32 billion gallons of water per year by 2030. Previous  grant-funded projects include educational initiatives and research into new,  replicable technologies that support water conservation.     Public, private, and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply. Details on the  application process are posted at     A pre-proposal workshop will be held at the water district at 5750 Almaden  Expressway, Room B-108, in San José, from 10 a.m. to noon on Oct. 29, 2018.      Questions about this request for grant proposals should be directed to   
  11. 11. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 11/47   Up to $200,000 available in mini-grants to support wildlife habitat  restoration     Another grant window is open for applicants to apply for a portion of $200,000  in mini-grants, designed to provide seed funding to encourage broader and/or  long-term community engagement in wildlife habitat restoration and watershed  stewardship activities in Santa Clara County.       Applicants can request up to $5,000 per project. At program staff's discretion,  partial or full funding may be granted. No more than $5,000 will be awarded  per project. Applications must demonstrate matching funds of at least 25% of  the total project cost (monetary or in-kind). Applications will be accepted  throughout the year until all grant funds have been disbursed.       Mini-grants will be awarded to restore wildlife habitats, and projects must be  located in Santa Clara County and provide at least one of the following  benefits:  ● Enhance creek and bay ecosystems  ● Improve fish passage and habitat  ● Increase community awareness and understanding of watershed  stewardship     Public, private, and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply. Details on the  application process are posted at      The funding is part of the Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection  Program parcel tax, approved by voters in 2012.     This grant cycle is the second round of funding for mini-grants. During the  15-year life of the Safe, Clean Water Program, the water district expects to  distribute nearly $35 million in grants, partnerships and rebate programs, 
  12. 12. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 12/47 under several different funding categories. Each year, one or more grant  programs will have a new funding cycle.      Questions about this request for grant proposals should be directed to        Assessment Growth Up in Assessor’s FY 18/19 Report    The Santa Clara County Assessor’s Office has released their 2018/19 Annual Report.  The Assessor’s Annual Report provides a wealth of interesting and detailed statistics,  charts, and narrative information, comparing geographic and historical data of all  locally assessed property.  As this chart from the report shows, with Santa Clara County into the eighth year since  the height of the 2009 recession, Saratoga’s annual assessment roll increased by  another 6.52% over the prior year. Total roll growth grew by 7.34%       
  13. 13. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 13/47 Major Road Improvements        Allendale Speed Tables Installed    Installation of the two speed tables on Allendale Avenue was completed on October  17. Striping and signage will be completed on October 18. The speed tables are  located between Chester Avenue and Via Alto Court and between Montpere Way and  Loquat Court. The Traffic Safety Commission approved installation of the speed tables  in March 2015.    
  14. 14. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 14/47     Grover House/Blue Rock Shoot Project Update    The redevelopment of Blue Rock Shoot and Grover House on Big Basin Way began  this week. The contractors have built a covered pedestrian walkway in front of the  property to maintain the walkway and provide a buffer from the work zone. Demolition  work is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, October 23.  An informational flyer has been created and will be distributed to those interested in the  project. Special thanks to Lauren Pettipiece for creating the flyer.   
  15. 15. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 15/47 New Crosswalk Signs    Flashing lighted crosswalk signs will be installed at three locations in Saratoga upon  the recommendation of the Traffic Safety Commission. These crosswalk signs display  an irregular flashing pattern to help increase drivers’ awareness of pedestrians.  Construction began last week, and installation at the intersection of Quito Road/McCoy  Avenue will be completed by October 31. Installation at the intersections of Herriman  Avenue/Lexington Court and Cox Avenue/Cumberland Drive will be completed by  mid-November.    Great California Shakeout Drill    More than 264,000 people in Santa Clara County registered to participate in the Great  California Shakeout on October 18 at 10:18 a.m. The Shakeout is a great reminder of  the need to prepare for emergencies and disasters – especially earthquakes – and to  let our City staff and community members know about helpful tools to make  preparation easier and more effective. The time we invest in preparedness today will  pay off tomorrow with greater peace of mind and protection of ourselves, family,  friends, and property. Staff on the Safety Committee conducted the City’s evacuation  drill at on Thursday, October 18 at 10:18 a.m.    2018 Pavement Management Program    The 2018 Pavement Management Program is underway and going well. Subcontractor  J D Partners is finishing up the last of the curb, gutter, and driveway work, while  O’Grady Construction has completed preliminary repairs to Mt. Eden Road and plans  to start paving on Monday, October 8. Repaving work on Pierce Road will continue into  next week as well. Please see the September issue of this newsletter to see a list of all  the streets that are being paved   
  16. 16. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 16/47 Building Permits      PG&E Tree Removal    In order to remain compliant with safety regulations, PG&E has needed to annually  prune 22 silver dollar gum eucalyptus trees that grow under high voltage distribution  and transmission power lines. The trees are located on the north side of Cox Avenue  between Fredericksburg Drive and Glen Arbor Court. Some of the eucalyptus trees are  circled in the included photo.  This year, PG&E will remove these trees rather than pruning them. Newcomb Tree  Service will begin to remove the trees on November 5 and will coordinate traffic control 
  17. 17. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 17/47 with the Public Works Department. All other compatible vegetation will remain, such as  the Hollywood junipers and other shrubs.    SVCE Green Prime Results    With the startup of Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE), the City Council considered  whether City facilities would switch from the regular PG&E energy sources to the basic  50% renewable/50% carbon-free Green Start option, or to the more environmentally  sustainable 100% renewable Green Prime option. The December 7, 2016 report to  Council estimated a change to Green Start would save the City about .5 to 1% ($1,100)  per year, whereas upgrading to the 100% renewable Green Prime option would cost  the City about 4% ($8,500) more per year. The Council determined it was best to be  environmentally proactive, and chose to go with the Green Prime option despite the  higher cost.  As a follow-up, SVCE prepared an analysis for the City to assess whether the switch to  the Green Prime 100% renewable electricity power sources was in line with  expectations presented to the Council. As it turns out, Green Prime electricity cost only  about $3,800 more than PG&E over the course of the 2017/18 Fiscal Year. In part, this  lower than expected cost was due to PG&E’s 10% rate increase in March of 2018,  whereas Green Prime rates stayed the same. For Fiscal Year 2018/19, the City’s 100%  renewable Green Prime energy is now estimated to only be about 1% ($2,400) more  expensive than PG&E.    California Computer Science Curriculum Updates    From the committee:    We are pleased to announce that the Instructional Quality Commission (IQC) took  action to begin the public review and comment period for the draft Computer Science  Strategic Implementation Plan (CSSIP). The public review and comment period is an  opportunity for any interested individuals or organizations to provide comments and  suggested edits to the IQC. Those comments and suggestions will inform the IQC’s  actions at its January 24-25, 2019, meeting, at which it will consider recommending the  draft CSSIPP to the State Board of Education for adoption in March 2019.  The draft Computer Science Strategic Implementation Plan and the survey are  available on the CSSIP web page. We encourage you and your interested colleagues to 
  18. 18. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 18/47 provide us with feedback to make this an even more robust plan to guide computer  science education in California.  NOTE: Councilmember Rishi Kumar is a panel member on CSSIP and has  collaborated with this team to roll this out for California      Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons Lighted Crosswalks  – by Mainini Cabute  Public Works staff has been working with Saint Francis Electric to install the Rectangular Rapid  Flashing Beacons lighted crosswalks. The three crosswalks will be located at the intersections of  Quito Road/McCoy Avenue, Herriman Avenue/Lexington Court, and Cox Avenue/Cumberland. The  intersection of Quito Road/McCoy Avenue will be the first priority.  Upcoming and Past Events  Witchy Walk-A-bout  Witchy Walk-A-Bout  October 27, 2018  2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Downtown Saratoga Village    Saratoga Tree Lighting!  The holiday season is nearly here, which means that the annual Saratoga Tree Lighting  Ceremony is just around the corner! This year, the Tree Lighting will take place on  Friday, November 23 at 5:30 p.m. in Blaney Plaza. As in previous years, the event will  include a performance by the Marshall Lane Elementary School Mustang Chorale and  the lighting of the Blaney Plaza holiday tree.  After the ceremony, attendees can enjoy the Saratoga Holiday Wine Stroll hosted by  the Saratoga Chamber of Commerce, explore Village shops during extended shopping  hours, delight in exceptional food and drinks at Village restaurants, listen to holiday  music, and take a ride in a horse- drawn carriage.   
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  20. 20. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 20/47 Midterm Elections  Upcoming midterms elections on Tuesday, November 6th. Make sure to vote! It’s the  lifeblood of our American democracy…    Santa Clara County CERT looking for volunteers  Santa Clara County is looking for sixty victim volunteers for our annual CERT exercise.  Below is some information about what we would like the victims to do. Please help us  create an excellent exercise for our Santa Clara County CERT members as Victim  Volunteers.  Exercise scope: The CERT teams from across Santa Clara County will meet on Oct  27th at Moffett Field for a joint exercise. Any CERT who is a member of one of the  Santa Clara County CERT organizations.  During the exercise, CERTs will:  * Practice responding to a major earthquake with extensive damage, injuries, and  fatalities  * Practice search & rescue  * Practice triage and medical treatment  * Practice setting up an incident command post and using radios for communication.  What you will do: Victim volunteers really make the exercise. You will be given  scenarios and placed in the old barracks for the CERT teams to find you TRIAGE and  treat you based upon your scenario. You are encouraged to get into the roles as much  as you wish. After you check in you will be given your scenarios and assignments.  When: There are two sessions and you may select either session or participate in both  sessions. First session starts at 8:00am and the second starts at 11:50am both last  about three hours.  What to bring: You will need to be at least 18 years old to gain access to the Federal  site and will need to complete a waiver at check-in. Snacks and drinks will be provided.  Dress appropriately for the weather, long pants, closed toe shoes and long sleeve shirt  is recommended, prepare to get a little dirty, Identification is needed to get through the  security gates at the base.  Registration link:
  21. 21. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 21/47 offett-field-tickets-50756210191?fbclid=IwAR0fd3LrlOVGOAXuQqEY0oARt643gg814Y pdCzr-A2cKXTksOZ7u7TgmZ8A       Q&A with Councilmember Kumar  Visit for the complete list        Question: How can I deal with rats?  Visit for details 
  22. 22. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 22/47     Question: Where do my tax dollars go?       
  23. 23. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 23/47 Question: Where can I look up city services?        Question: How to prevent car break ins?    If you have a teenage that drives, please ask them to NEVER ever leave their car  unattended with their backpack/ laptop / musical instruments in the car, whether visible  or not  Please warn your neighbors -- An uptick in car break-ins has been observed 
  24. 24. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 24/47 Do not leave anything valuable in your car - do not leave garage door openers  Do not even leave anything valuable in the trunk - leaving laptops there is a VERY bad  idea  Parking in Saratoga Village/ Quito Village/ Gateway / Argonaut/ Saratoga High /  Redwood? Be very careful  They are targeting Saratoga High, 85 degrees etc. - spots that are popular teen  hangout  Please review the safety tips at You will find simple  tips that are actionable.  If you are looking for product recommendations, visit here  And if you don’t have an active neighborhood watch program in your neighborhood,  time to take the lead and start one today  I would love to see an active Neighborhood Safety Watch program in every  neighborhood of Saratoga.     Glimpses - A Pictorial View     
  25. 25. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 25/47 Conversations on the campaign trail      Neighborhood Block Parties 
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  36. 36. 12/31/2018 Halloween 2018 Newsletter - Google Docs 36/47   KUMAR FOR COUNCIL 2018 CAMPAIGN RELATED  POSTINGS BELOW    An endorsement letter published in the Letters section of San Jose Mercury News today­51/       
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