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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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01/18/2023
A status update given to the Cupertino City Council revealed the city is significantly behind in submitting its state-mandated housing plan.

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01/11/2023
Cupertino is implementing its first pedestrian scramble at the intersection of Bubb and McClellan roads beginning Jan. 23.

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12/10/2022
J.R. Fruen, an attorney and third-generation Cupertino resident, won a seat on the Cupertino City Council in a crowded race against seven other candidates.

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09/15/2022
Ellis Partners made an $28 million all-cash purchase on a five-acre property along Highway 101 in Sunnyvale. Changes of ownership could lead to redevelopment—specifically a forecasted 150,000 square feet of office space where 89.900 is standing now.

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09/14/2022
Local matchups include the race between congressional incumbent Ro Khanna and his Republican opponent, Ritesh Tandon, as well as an eight-way battle for three seats on the Cupertino City Council.

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07/20/2022
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The grant fund will help improve public transportation connections to job centers, hospitals and other essential destinations from Caltrain, Amtrak and VTA stations.

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07/06/2022
Following the sale of the beloved local landmark, the prior owners will continue to operate the park for another decade.

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06/22/2022
Jim Throop's departure marks the seventh position change in the last four years.

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04/26/2022
The city of Cupertino is asking residents to help decide a new name for the Fine Arts Commission. The City wants a name that will increase public interest and align better with its set goals.

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03/29/2022
The city of Cupertino has hired Matt Morley as its new director of public works. Morley, who assumes his new role on April 4, is a South Bay native with degrees from UC Davis and University of Phoenix.

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03/12/2022
Los Gatos Parks and Public Works Director Matt Morley is leaving. The fourth executive staff member to leave in the past four months, Morley will become Cupertino ’s public works director. His last day in Los Gatos is March 25.
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