Two separate projects that will expand future LGBTQ services in the South Bay got a boost this week by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.
The 5-0 votes occurred at the board's December 10 meeting.
The board tentatively approved the county's Office of LGBTQ Affairs to move forward with its proposed two-year plan for the creation of an LGBT wellness center. The office's team had spent a year conducting an intense community needs assessment for the project.
The supervisors requested the office return with a detailed budget and plan for moving forward.