He was the lone council member to sign the argument against Measure F, the peace treaty with unions over pensions.
His outspokenness occasionally irritates his colleagues. At the final council meeting of the year, Mayor Sam Liccardo needled Oliverio, a former bartender, for wearing a dark tux.
This petition is being set out for those who are in favor of keeping the Lincoln Avenue Road Diet permanently.
As with many hot button issues those against are often the most vocal and those for often do not have a voice as they are “shouted down” in the public square.
While integration is laudable and commendable, the document lacks a clear and concise structural account of the GHG Strategy in GP2040 for combating climate change.
The San Jose/Santa Clara League of Women Voters urges that a separate a City of San Jose Climate Change document consistent with the General Plan should be developed, summarizing which elements are forecast to bring about future reductions and which elements will make our community more resilient.
We forward these comments at this time in light of recent meetings where Staff recommended no change to GHG Strategy in GP2040.
Did a well-known homeless man leave a concrete bench at the Alameda and Singletary Avenue befouled?
As part of his closing act, he is delivering his own form of bacon to the masses: 100 new bike racks on the Alameda and Lincoln Avenue, nicely identified with the name of the street.
In a slow-moving city government shaped by unions, Oliverio is the most obvious outlier, using half his 0,000 office budget for projects like artwork and street furniture in his district.
We understand that while the current GP2040 Update hearings are closed, additional comments will be considered when the final document goes to Council in the fall.
We appreciate the work of staff, the consultants and the Task Force and the preparation of the documents.
He was also a nonpartisan candidate for mayor of San Jose in 2014.
Heading into the election, Ballotpedia rated this race as safely Democratic.
Incumbent Mike Honda (D) was defeated by Ro Khanna (D) in the general election on November 8, 2016.
Honda and Khanna defeated Pierluigi Oliverio (D), Ron Cohen (R), Peter Kuo (R), and Kennita Watson (L) in the top-two primary on June 7, 2016.
Date: April 18, 2016 Mayor Sam Liccardo Vice Mayor Rose Herrera, Councilmember, District 8 Councilmember Charles "Chappie" Jones, District 1 Councilmember Ash Kalra, District 2 Councilmember Raul Peralez, District 3 Councilmember M.
Nguyen, District 4 Councilmember Magdalena Carrasco, District 5 Councilmember Pierluigi Oliverio, District 6 Councilmember Tam Nguyen, District 7 Councilmember Donald Rocha, District 9 Councilmember Johnny Khamis, District 10 RE: Comments and Recommendations on the GHG Strategy/Climate Change in the San Jos General Plan Update (GP2040 Update) From: The San Jose/Santa Clara League of Women Voters Dear Michael Brilliot: Thank you for this opportunity to provide input and feedback on the Staff report on the GP2040 Update.