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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 […]

AB 838: Cupertino to Offer New Health and Sanitation Investigation Services for Renters

Do you rent a home you suspect to have exposed lead or that may harbor other conditions that could endanger life, limb, health, property, safety, or welfare for yourself, other residents, or the public? Have complaints to your landlord about unsafe conditions in your home gone unanswered or resulted in deferred or only partial resolution?  […]

August 2023 Newsletter: FUHSD to Transition to By-Trustee Area Elections & the Future of Housing in Cupertino

What’s in this issue: FUHSD Begins Move from At-Large to By-Trustee Area Elections THE FACTS: The Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) is transitioning to By-Trustee Area Elections. This means that starting in 2024, residents will be able to vote for only the board member(s) in their designated trustee area. In the past, voters were […]

May 13th Newsletter: Cupertino’s Resources Spent Scrutinizing a Prior Council’s Actions, and the Latest Budget Updates

  This month, we continue the ongoing coverage of Cupertino’s budget shortfall. This is a critical time as the City evaluates where to cut expenses, from community services to road maintenance. Your input is key – details below. But as Cupertino’s financial situation worsens, several Council Members have instead chosen to prioritize their time (and public resources) scrutinizing […]

April 21st Newsletter: Cupertino Braces for Budget Cuts, and What’s Next for Lehigh Cement

Two weeks ago, we highlighted the impact of Cupertino’s declining revenue on community programs like Shakespeare in the Park. This email examines the latest news of budget cuts in Cupertino, along with additional background on how the situation arose.  We also share updates on a topic that, directly or indirectly, affects many Cupertino residents: the […]

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