Category: Email Blast

January 2024 Newsletter: Cupertino Gets Sued, March 5th Primary Elections, and More

Cupertino Attempts to Trim Budget The January 17, 2024 City Council meeting to discuss potential budget cuts (“Service-Level Reductions (SLRs)”) revealed a bloated budget and long-standing accounting errors. Remarkably, over $2.2M of the proposed Service Level Reductions were actually just accounting adjustments. These changes are now being presented as “Potential Service Level Reductions,” when there […]

December 2023 Newsletter: New Plans for Former Vallco Site, Will Cupertino Raise Sales Taxes? — and more

We thank you for following along this year as we shed light on many critical issues. From changes impacting the face of Cupertino to loss of public resources, we hope to spark dialogue amongst residents who rightfully expect the utmost of their city governance. In this issue: Are Cupertino’s Single Family Homes At Risk? On […]

November 2023 Newsletter: July 4th fireworks defunded, Cupertino’s first Builder’s Remedy apartment project, and more

What’s in this issue: Cupertino Cancels July 4th Fireworks While many residents were preparing for their Thanksgiving holiday, the Cupertino City Council decided to cut its July 4th fireworks display. There was no community input taken in staff’s recommendation to axe the popular fireworks show, enjoyed by thousands of residents for decades. The suggestion to […]

July 2023 Newsletter: Memorial Park updates, Council’s unusual move to reduce lobbyist transparency, and more

What’s in this issue: Memorial Park Redesign Moves Closer to Completion After a year of research and community outreach, plans for a revitalized Memorial Park are moving closer to completion. The new plans will provide recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities, improve upon dated features, and increase connectivity with more bikeways and walkways. Proposed […]

April 7, 2023 Email Newsletter: Shakespeare in the Park – To Be or Not To Be? – City Hall Renovation, and More

April 7, 2023 — Welcome to the Cupertino Facts newsletter! This resident-led publication is dedicated to ensuring that we have a safe, vibrant, honest and effective community. We stand for win-win situations. In this issue, we explore the following issues: 1. Cupertino Shakespeare in the Park – To Be or Not To Be? 2. Should Cupertino […]

Cupertino: It is a Lot More Than Vallco!

    This is going to be our last email before the elections. 1. The Vallco Obsession 2. Opt-In Email List   The Vallco Obsession The coterie of ex-mayors sent out another email showing the Vallco lot. We wanted to set the record straight.   Vallco SB35 Plan: Stuck due to Toxic Contamination The SB35 plan approved by the previous city council (Rod Sinks, […]

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