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Hoang -- 
For those of you who do not know, November 30th will be my last day as the Councilmember representing Berryessa, North San Jose and Alviso.  Thank you for all of your support.  It has been an honor to serve you.
Councilmember (Assemblymember-Elect)
City of San Jose
Covered California Enrollment Event
You are invited to a special forum in San Jose on Nov. 15 to learn how to select and obtain affordable health coverage through Covered California, the state’s health insurance exchange.
Obtaining coverage is not only indispensable to the health of you and your family but it is essential for the financial wellbeing of your household. A catastrophic accident or health CRISIS could lead to bankruptcy if you are not protected. The cost of a three-day stay at a hospital averages about $30,000.
When: Saturday, Nov. 15; 10am to 3pm
Where: Yerba Buena High School Gymnasium
Address: 1855 Lucretia Ave., San Jose
San Jose Police Department: Together Empowering and Mentoring Kids
What is TEAM Kids?
The TEAM Kids program allows patrol officers to visit elementary schools with 6 weekly visits to build positive relationships between the police, students, staff and parents.  The primary goal of the program is to support crime prevention and youth safety with an emphasis on gang prevention education.
Based on the department’s Challenges and Choices program, the curriculum development team found that a classroom size group is most effective to teach a lesson plan.  Each class visit is suggested to be 45-60 minutes, once a week, for at least six weeks.  Crime Prevention Specialists also support the program and often help facilitate classroom learning.
The senior grade students at the school are the target audience as they are often looked upon as leaders in the school.  However, based on the needs of the school, younger students may also be an appropriate audience.  Enlisting the groups buy-in to set a gang prevention climate can have positive ripple effects upon other students. 
Five Core Lessons are designed to build upon one another and include:
1.Zero Tolerance
2.Choices and Consequences
3.Peer Pressure
4.Bullying & Harassment Prevention
5.Gang Prevention
From the above lessons, students participating in the program create a class project to share a gang prevention message to the other students at the school.   If the officer or the school have time constraints, the officer can reduce the program down to just the core lessons as needed.  If the officer and the school are able to commit a greater amount of time, core lessons can be expanded and taught over several weeks.  Additional lessons can also be adopted from the original Challenges and Choices (C2) curriculum as needed by each school.

Preventative healthcare is critical to the well-being of our community, especially when it comes to fighting diseases like breast cancer. Both the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society recommend a mammogram for women over 40 every one to two years. I am pleased to announce that Women’s Health Services and the Breast Health Center at El Camino Hospital are working together to provide free mammograms. 

The program is available to women over the age of 40 who are uninsured or under-insured. In addition to free mammograms, targeted breast ultrasounds and whole breast ultrasounds are available. This on-going program is being offered at both Mountain View and Los Gatos locations. 

These services from El Camino Hospital will go a long way in helping detect and prevent breast cancer for women of all walks of life in our County. I encourage residents to use this program and take an active role in preventative health. Registration for the program is required. Call 800-216-5556 to register.
The Berryessa Friends of the Library Booksale will be on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 from 10 - 3 at the Berryessa Library on Noble Avenue.  Thousands of books and media will be for sale at very reasonable prices.

Chinese Historical and Cultural Project
The Chinese Historical and Cultural Project/CHCP is having a Speaker Series event at the History Park on Nov. 16, 1:30-3:00 p.m. The event will feature Celine Chan and her "Chinese Coins" presentation. CHCP's Chinese American Historical Museum will also be open 11-4 p.m. that day for park visitors. 

Winter Spare the Air Season Has Started
Wood smoke is the largest source of wintertime air pollution in the Bay Area. Certain weather conditions cause the air to remain still, trapping harmful particles close to the ground where we breathe. In an effort to protect public health, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) created the Winter Spare the Air program. The Winter Spare the Air season runs from November 1 through February 28. 

Like cigarette smoke, wood smoke contains many carcinogenic substances which make the air harmful to breathe. Smoke pollution from fireplaces builds up inside homes as well as in yards and neighborhoods. The fine particulate pollution in wood smoke is especially harmful for children, the elderly and those with respiratory conditions, and is known to cause more than 90 percent of the premature deaths related to air pollution.

The BAAQMD calls Winter Spare the Air Alerts when weather conditions trap pollution close to the ground and air quality is forecast to be unhealthy. During those alerts, it is illegal to burn wood, manufactured firelogs or any other solid fuel, both indoors and outdoors. An exemption is available for residents and businesses that burn wood as their sole source of heat and have no other permanently installed heating source.
Bay Area residents can check before they burn by calling 1-877-4NO-BURN or Residents can also sign up for automatic email alerts or download the Spare the Air iPhone or Android apps. Those concerned about wood smoke may also use those avenues to file a complaint or get more information.
Three-Position Bike Racks Coming Soon to VTA Buses
Cycling is increasingly becoming a more viable way for people to commute, often in combination with public transit. However, it can be frustrating when commuters find there isn’t room for their bikes on public transit buses. I support Governor Brown’s recent signing of AB 2707, a law that allows transit agencies to install three-position bike racks on the front of 40-foot and smaller buses. 

This law allows Valley Transit Authority (VTA) to install bike racks that hold three bikes on 403 of its buses. Existing bike racks accommodate two bikes, so bike rack capacity will be increased by 50 percent and provide an additional 340 bike rack spaces every day. Over the next six months, VTA plans to evaluate a number of different bike rack options for safety, reliability, and functionality. 

A combination of cycling and public transit is a healthy, affordable, and environmentally friendly means of transportation. I am pleased by this new law and VTA’s plans to accommodate the growing number of residents who make cycling part of their commute.
Silicon Valley Turkey Trot
You can register now for the 10th annual Silicon Valley Turkey Trot on November 27, Thanksgiving Day, in Downtown San Jose and nearby neighborhoods. The event is open to all ages and all levels of fitness, and features a 10K run and a 5K run/walk, an elite women’s and a men’s 5K and a Kids Fun Run.
The event supports the Healthier Kids Foundation Santa Clara County, Housing Trust Silicon Valley, Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Cruz County and The Health Trust. This year, event organizers are capping registration at 30,000 participants. For more information and to sign up, visit
I hope to see you there!
Open Call for Film Submissions
South Bay First Thursdays (SBFT) is having its annual short film festival this December and is currently accepting submissions to screen short films. 
SBFT's Film Festival will be on Thursday, December 4, 2014 in San Jose, CA. Asian Pacific Islander filmmakers are encouraged to submit short films ranging 5 to 10 minutes long and belonging to any genre. There is no cost to submit a film for consideration.
Initial Submission Deadline
Saturday, November 8, 2014, 11:59PM
Film Festival Date
Thursday, December 4, 2014 7PM - 9PM 
TBA, San Jose, CA
To submit your film for consideration, please email SBFT organizer Albert Le at 
BART Meeting
A location and date has been confirmed for the first of three upcoming community meetings to engage on VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Phase II.
WHAT:          Community Meeting on BART Phase II
DATE:           Wednesday, November 19th
TIME:            6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.     
LOCATION: Multipurpose Room, Roosevelt Community Center
901 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA 95116
Silicon Valley Turkey Trot Street Closures
The Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot will take place on city streets in and around Downtown San Jose on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 27, 2014 from 7:00 AM until Noon. Traffic delays in the area may be encountered.
1.Santa Clara Street – Closed between Market Street and San Pedro Street from 11:00 PM on Wednesday 11/27/14  to 2:00 PM on Thursday 11/27/2014;
2.Santa Clara Street – Closed between Delmas Avenue and Highway 87 from 2:00AM to 2:00 PM on Thursday, 10/27 2014;
3.Santa Clara Street – Closed between Almaden Boulevard and 7thStreet from 6:30 AM to 12:00 PM on Thursday, 11/27/2014.
4.6th Street – Closed between West San Fernando and Taylor from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014
5.Jackson Street – Closed between 1st Street and 7th Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
6.2nd Street – Closed between Taylor Street and Julian Street  from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
7.Bassett Street – Closed between Terraine Street and 2nd Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
8.San Pedro Street – Closed between West Saint James Street and Bassett Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
9.West Julian Street  – Closed between Coleman and Notre Dame Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on 11/27/2014;
10.West Julian in the Eastbound Direction – Closed between North Montgomery Street and Notre Dame Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
11.Autumn Street  – Closed between Cinnabar Street and West San Fernando Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on 11/27/2014;
12.Saint John Street – Closed between Autumn and Almaden Avenue from 6:30 AM to Noon on Sunday, 11/27/2014;
13.West Saint John Street – Closed between North Almaden Avenue and Montgomery Street from 5:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Thursday 11/27/2014;
14.The Alameda – Closed between Delmas Avenue and Taylor Street from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
15.Randol Ave - Closed between Park Avenue and The Alameda from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014:
16.Park Avenue – Closed between Taylor Street and Meridian Avenue from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
17.Mariposa Avenue – Closed between Race Street and Park Avenue from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
18.Race Street – Closed between Luther Avenue and The Alameda from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
19.Almaden Boulevard – Closed between San Fernando Street and Saint John Street from 6:00 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
20.Notre Dame Avenue – Closed between Saint John Street and San Fernando Street from 6:00 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
21.Almaden Avenue – Closed between Saint John Street and West San Fernando Street from 6:00 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
22.San Pedro Street – Closed between  Saint John Street and San Fernando Street and Saint John from 6:00 AM – Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
23.Market Street – Closed between San Fernando and Saint John from 10:00 PM on Wednesday 11/26/2013 to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
24.Carlyle Street – Closed between Almaden Boulevard and Almaden Avenue from 6:00 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
25.Post Street – Closed between Almaden Boulevard and Market Street from 6:00 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
26.Highway 87 Santa Clara Street Off Ramp – Closed to West bound traffic from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
27.Highway 87 Northbound Julian Street Off Ramp – Closed to Westbound traffic from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014;
28.Highway 87 Southbound Julian Street Off Ramp – Closed to Eastbound traffic from 6:30 AM to Noon on Thursday 11/27/2014
Volunteer with the SBFT Community

The South Bay First Thursdays is partnering with local organizations to give back this holiday season. 
- Show up (the most important step) + bring friends
- Volunteer, have fun, and meet the SBFT organizers and new friends

Sat. November 8, 8:30 am - 11:30 am; Rose Garden Maintenance, 412 Seymour Street, San Jose

Sat. November 8, multiple shifts available, Japanese American Museum, Winter Boutique 

Sat. November 15, 8:30 am - 11:30 am; Guadalupe River Park Clean-Up, 438 Coleman Avenue, San Jose

Helping around Thanksgiving!
Sat. November 22, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm; Sacred Heart; Thanksgiving food packaging; 1381 South First Street, San Jose

Sun. November 23, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm; Second Harvest Food Bank, Donation Station, 750 Curtner, San Jose

Sun. November 23, 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm; Second Harvest Food Bank, Donation Station, 750 Curtner, San Jose
Councilmember Kansen Chu
San Jose City Hall | 200 East Santa Clara Street 18th Floor | San Jose, CA 95113 
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