Palo Alto Mayor Liz Kniss, who has represented the interests of our city in elected office for over three decades, will address our neighborhood at the annual meeting on Saturday, March 24, at 10am at University Lutheran Church. She has served one 4-year term on the Palo Alto School Board, two on the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors sandwiched between five terms, including her current one, on the Palo Alto City Council. In January, she was elected mayor for the third time.
During her long career in public office, she has concurrently served on numerous county committees and regional regulatory authorities, including the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, which she chaired last year.
For the year, she has cited housing, and specifically senior housing, as one of her top priorities. Her prior career as a nurse, led naturally to her strong support over the years for initiatives related to public health. Between those two issues rests a wealth of experience and engagement in the major challenges facing our city and region.
Come early to personally greet and chat with Liz Kniss prior to the meeting, followed by the election of the CTRA Board, the president’s intro, and the mayor’s remarks.
Read the March 2018 CTRA newsletter, Views from the Terrace, which includes highlights from the past year, as well as information about the CTRA 2018-19 board nominees.