Polly Bove, superintendent of the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD), has agreed to hold a community meeting on Tuesday, May 22 to delve further into the impact of the Vallco project on Cupertino schools, after the topic drew significant interest at the May 14 community forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Cupertino-Sunnyvale.
The public meeting at Cupertino Community Hall will take place from 5:30 pm to 7 pm to expand upon the presentation she delivered at the League of Women’s Voters’ Forum on May 14. Bove was one of several speakers last week allotted 10 minutes to discuss various topics related to the Vallco project.
Bove brought up some eye-opening projections on how Vallco’s mixed-use development featuring 2,400 housing units – half of which set aside as affordable – would impact local schools. A developed Vallco would conservatively provide the FUHSD an additional $6.5 million in property taxes annually, Bove said last week.
Tuesday’s “community conversation” will feature Bove and also Tom Williams, Principal of Enrollment Projection Consultants, as they present data-driven analysis on this topic.
Bove’s presentation will take place during the final, week-long charrette of the Envision Vallco process, which is an opportunity for the community to work together to craft a vision for the Vallco Special Area. For more information about the Envision Vallco process, click here.