Dutra Cerro Graden (DCG) will co-sponsor an interactive workshop for city leaders to help them create property management plans that both satisfy the requirements of AB 1484 and benefit their city in the long term. Other sponsors include California Redevelopment Association, California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED), Management Partners, Goldfarb and Lipman LLP, the
DCG is proud to be an Eagle Sponsor of the CALSA Scholarship Golf Tournament to be held on July 20, 2012 at the Cinnabar Hills Golf Course in San Jose. CALSA, the California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators, has been hosing this annual event for 13 years. Each year, CALSA awards twenty $1,000 scholarships
The Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships and the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, in coordination with the Office of Public Engagement, invited DCG President Landis Graden to the White House on July 11 to participate in a forum discussing the importance of faith-based social innovators in addressing social issues. The event will feature
Dutra-Cerro-Graden’s Denise Kees has been named President-Elect of the Women’s Council of REALTORS®-East Bay Chapter for 2012. Having previously served as Chapter Treasurer, Denise is taking this leadership role at a time when the East Bay Chapter of WCR has experienced a resurgence in activity and influence. In 2011,  membership tripled and they have begun
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Landis Graden Phone: 510.881.2510 Email: [email protected] PITTSBURG, Calif. (May 19, 2010) — Northern California Community Development (NCCD), a non-profit headed by Bishop Jerry Macklin of Glad Tidings Church in Hayward, CA and focused on providing affordable housing alternatives for struggling communities in the San Francisco Bay Area, has successfully
June 11, 2006 / Published in News & Events
Article from The Tri-City Voice Published June 2006 Following the announcement of Fremont city councilmember Dominic Dutra not to seek reelection in the November elections, TCV asked him to reflect on his service on the council and future plans. TCV: What have been the major accomplishments during your service on the council? Dutra: There have
March 12, 2006 / Published in News & Events
From the League of Volunteers March 12, 2006 On March 12th LOV’s Board and Staff gave thanks to volunteers who attended the annual dinner and awards night at the Elks Lodge in Fremont. Sixty two (62) volunteers and 2 organizations received “Volunteers Make A World of Difference” tee shirts for giving over 50 hours of