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02/18/2024
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors selected Eden Housing to develop affordable housing for teachers in the West Valley. It will be built in Cupertino on a property currently owned by Apple.

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02/16/2024
After facing cutbacks and years of delays, the largest single housing project in Cupertino's history has secured approval for the Rise, a mixed-use development that will include 2,669 apartments and homes.

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02/02/2024
Cupertino’s latest mixed-use, affordable housing project is almost ready to open its doors. The Westport Senior Apartments will add 267 homes to the city’s inventory.

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01/22/2024
Cupertino is receiving more than $425,600 to increase safety on Bollinger Road through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Safe Streets and Roads for All program.

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01/17/2024
Housing organizations Yes in My Backyard Law (YIMBY Law) and the California Housing Defense Fund won a judgment against Cupertino after the city failed to submit a housing plan to the state by the Jan. 31, 2023 deadline.

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01/11/2024
The city of Cupertino is one step closer to seeing more housing delivered due to a legal case concluded this week that enforces the “Builder's Remedy” provision of California law designed to ensure cities adequately plan for and ultimately deliver needed housing.

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12/19/2023
While Sheila Mohan was installed as the next mayor of Cupertino by a unanimous vote of her fellow city councilmembers, the selection of J.R. Fruen as vice mayor for 2024 was more hotly contested.

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12/05/2023
A Silicon Valley developer is scaling back its plans for a massive and controversial development of offices, housing, retail, dining and park spaces on the site of the former Vallco Mall in Cupertino.

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11/08/2023
“All that money that’s tied up in a vacant house is money that’s lost opportunity for us to do good in the community,” says PACE’s executive director.

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11/03/2023
Cupertino may be forced to lay off dozens of workers, cut services and put new tax measures on the ballot to compensate for the loss of nearly $60 million likely to be ripped from its budget.

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06/27/2023
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The agreement is intended to ensure that restoration and redevelopment of the site is done in a way that protects public health and the environment.

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05/31/2023
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What if the moment a car—or an iPhone, or a couch—left the lot it increased in value, rather than decreased? What if plastic forks were things of the past? Fifteen-year-old Cupertino resident Aaryan Doshi and the city of Cupertino think that both can be true. One proposition is closer than the other in coming to [...]

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05/17/2023
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Even to an outsider, one thing became quite clear at the Cupertino City Council’s May 9 meeting, as a second councilmember left the hall prior to the meeting’s end: This council does not get along.

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04/25/2023
As the state scrutinizes Cupertino’s tax deal with Apple, the city has launched a survey to help identify community preferences in the face of a potential 73 percent reduction in revenues.

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04/13/2023
Cupertino’s finance director is scheduled to provide the City Council with an informational budget forecast this afternoon that includes a potential potential 73 percent reduction in local tax revenue.

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03/07/2023
A Cupertino planning commissioner accused of harassing community members and city officials has been ousted. The City Council voted 3-2 to remove R “Ray” Wang, who was supposed to serve until January 30, 2025.

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03/04/2023
A Cupertino official who repeatedly berated city employees and harassed residents may soon be booted from a powerful commission. The city council will consider removing Cupertino planning commissioner R "Ray" Wang at its March 7 meeting. Councilmember J.R. Fruen, who was elected recently, called for Wang's removal last month.

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02/22/2023
Cupertino Mayor Hung Wei described the city as “challenging, progressing, promising, full of opportunities and evolving” as part of her first State of the City speech.

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02/10/2023
Nearly two months after a civil grand jury report accused members of the Cupertino City Council of fostering a toxic work environment within city government, councilmembers concedes that, while some of the claims were inaccurate, the panel identified genuine problems.

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01/29/2023
As the revitalization of Memorial Park continues, Cupertino residents are being asked whether they want the space to focus on local gatherings or to focus on nature.
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