of Milpitas, Santa Clara County, & California
Elected Officials Representing Milpitas
Contact information, links to the various government sites and
officials' home pages. From city council, school board, county
supervisor, state and federal representatives.
City of Milpitas
City of Milpitas
This is the City Government's web site. The site is designed
to distribute information from City Hall to the citizens of Milpitas.
Why Macs Can't Watch City Hall Meetings
Milpitas provides video files in Windows Media Version 9. Unfortunately
the codecs have not yet been finished for Mac OS X, although
Microsoft recently announced that they will soon be available.
County of Santa
County of Santa Clara
The County of Santa Clara, also referred to as "Silicon
Valley," is unique because of its combination of physical
attractiveness and economic diversity.
Building Permits - Online Permitting System (E-Permits)
The new E-Permits will allow customers to apply for and obtain certain types of Residential building permits on-line without leaving their home or office. Examples of permits available online include the following: Water heater and furnace replacement, bathroom and kitchen remodels, re-roofs and others. This system is available 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.
They are calling this the "Digital Daily" to try to
seem friendlier. Information on electronic filing, small business
advice, and ordering CD-rom. Information about the Advance Payment
California Codes Government Code Section 54950-54962 54950. This
is the law that requires public access to meeting and requires
the elected officials to let the public speak. The
Vanguard News has added the Index and the click jumps.
The Brown Act
From the CFAC: California First Amendment Coalition:
The people of this State do not yield their sovereignty
to the agencies which serve them. The people, in delegating authority,
do not give their public servants the right to decide what is
good for the people to know and what is not good for them to
know. The people insist on remaining informed so that they may
retain control over the instruments they have created.
Flag Display A GO MILPITAS! RESOURCE
Due to controversy over the display of the flag of China, I thought
it worth my while to create this page for our citizens and officials.
This is from the Cornell University's Law Resources site on how
and when to display the American Flag and other flags.
"Hey! They can't do that, can they?" Need to see if
it's legal in California? Here's searchable index to the whole
Milpitas Municipal Code
2003. The electronic version of the Milpitas Municipal Code contains Ordinances 208.43 and 277. For more recent provisions, please contact the City.
Democrat Rally 2000 - Go Milpitas! A GO MILPITAS! RESOURCE I got the chance to attend the
California Democratic Party rally in downtown San Jose, and to
hear speeches given by some of the local candidates and by President