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SBCC General Board Meeting

  • Aegis Gardens 36281 Fremont Boulevard Fremont, CA, 94536 United States (map)

Calling all SBCC members:  Please join us for our next General Board Meeting on Thursday, May 19, 2016 at Aegis Gardens from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

We will be announcing the results of the election and be asking members to vote on the Board's recommendation to increase the lifetime and annual membership fees.

Speaker: Cliff Nguyen (City of Fremont Urban Initiatives Manager) will give a presentation titled "Warm Springs Innovation District Updates".  This covers 879 acres of land bounded by I-880 on the west, I-680 on the east, Automall Parkway on the north, and Mission Blvd. on the south.  The plan for this area sets the framework for transforming it into an employment center accommodating a mix of compatible uses focused around the new Warm Spring BART station.

Cliff Nguyen serves as the City of Fremont's Urban Initiatives Manager in the Office of the City Manager.  He is engaged in broad and regionally focused topics as they pertain to Fremont's initiatives, transportation, and land use policy.  Currently, Cliff assists with the implementation of Fremont's two major development initiatives: Downtown and Warm Spring Innovation District.  His career spans 18 years in a range of community development activities, including long range and current planning, private/public partnership project management, environmental review, transportation systems management, and design guidelines development.  Prior to his current position, Cliff served as senior Planner and Project Manager for the former Redevelopment Agency.  He has managed large projects that have contributed to Fremont's goals for creating vibrant districts.  Most notably include the "Block" lifestyle center in Pacific Commons, the Artist Walk mixed-use project in Centerville, and State Street mixed-use project in Downtown.  Cliff has a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental studies with an emphasis on urban and regional planning from San Jose State University and is a member of the Urban Land Institute.

Cliff Nguyen serves as the City of Fremont's Urban Initiatives Manager in the Office of the City Manager.  He is engaged in broad and regionally focused topics as they pertain to Fremont's initiatives, transportation, and land use policy.  Currently, Cliff assists with the implementation of Fremont's two major development initiatives: Downtown and Warm Spring Innovation District.  His career spans 18 years in a range of community development activities, including long range and current planning, private/public partnership project management, environmental review, transportation systems management, and design guidelines development.

Prior to his current position, Cliff served as senior Planner and Project Manager for the former Redevelopment Agency.  He has managed large projects that have contributed to Fremont's goals for creating vibrant districts.  Most notably include the "Block" lifestyle center in Pacific Commons, the Artist Walk mixed-use project in Centerville, and State Street mixed-use project in Downtown.

Cliff has a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental studies with an emphasis on urban and regional planning from San Jose State University and is a member of the Urban Land Institute.