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Lehigh Update: 600 Trucks a Day on Foothill for 30 Years

On March 27, 2024 outgoing County Supervisor Simitian hosted his ninth and last Lehigh Southwest Cement Plant and Permanente Quarry Public Meeting at Cupertino Community Hall. The forum provided current status, future plans, and anticipated impacts to residents. The following story expands upon information from the meeting. Meeting Draws Regional Interest with Diverse Panel Officials from a […]

March 2024 Newsletter: Outcry Over FUHSD Trustee Areas, Cupertino’s Zero-Interest Bank Account, and MoreMarch 2024 Newsletter

What’s in this issue: Development In and Around Cupertino: Retail Land Replaced by Hotels and Housing Two more housing projects expected to build 113 new homes are under review in Cupertino’s Planning Department. They include 55 homes near Wolfe and Stevens Creek Blvd. and 58 homes along Stevens Creek Blvd. These were submitted under the […]

Development In and Around Cupertino: Retail Land Replaced by Hotels and Housing

Two more housing development projects that expect to build 113 new homes are under review in Cupertino’s Planning Department. These have been submitted under the State Law SB330, which streamlines housing approvals.1 Two hotel projects, which have been on hold for years, have applied to renew their development agreements. In nearby San Jose on S […]

Local Parents Protest FUHSD Transition to Trustee Area Voting

Over 2,200 residents from the Monta Vista and Lynbrook High School attendance areas have expressed opposition to the the Fremont Union High School District’s transition from at-large to by-trustee area elections. Residents have spoken out at board meetings, community meetings, and signed a Change.org petition. A Controversial Move With the previous at-large voting system, residents […]

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 […]

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