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Campbell Community Briefs for the Week of October 15 – Mercury News.

Slade is the new CUSD trustee.

William Slade has been appointed to the Campbell Union School District Governing Board after Pablo A. Beltran resigned in August.

Slade, an accountant and managing director, lives in San Jose and represents Trustee Area 3. Her son is in fourth grade at Blackford School. An active school volunteer, Slade served as president of the Blackford School Site Council.

Slade will hold the seat until November 2022, when elections will be held to fill the vacancy left by the Beltran, which ends in December 2024.

“We had some strong candidates to choose from,” said Richard Gavin, president of the board.

Farmers return to the market

The Campbell Bell Farmers Market will return to normal on Sunday, October 24. The market was suspended in March 2020 due to safety concerns of the Covid 19, then temporarily relocated to Campbell Community Center in November.

The farmers’ market will coexist with Parklets in Campbell in the rest of the city in 2021. The city’s Parklets program is due to end on January 3, 2022. Campbell City Council recently voted to extend it beyond September 30, when it was about to end.

Campbell Bell City Council is considering permanent options for a more limited Parklet program to replace the existing program, which was established in 2020 to allow restaurants to operate El Fresco under epidemic restrictions.

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