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San Jose Water Rate Hikes Could Drop

The for-profit company feeding water to six Santa Clara County cities may agree to walk back its plan for a 22% water rate hike over three years.
State officials are in the process of developing a settlement with the San …

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Cupertino Waives Millions of Fees for Vallco Development

Cupertino has waived millions of dollars of development fees for the largest housing development in its history after years of disputes ‚ÄĒ bringing the city closer to filling the void at the former Vallco Town Center.
The Cupertino City Council …

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Cupertino Weighs Moving Location of Aging City Hall

Cupertino City Hall could move from its decades-old location ‚ÄĒ but it may not be long term.
The Cupertino City Council voted 4-1 last month, with Councilmember Kitty Moore as the sole no vote, to open negotiations on moving city …

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Popular Cupertino Farmers Market Up for Grabs a Second Time

A popular farmers¬†market¬†in Cupertino is up for grabs¬†in a battle over who can provide the West Valley city fresh tomatoes and strawberries ‚ÄĒ and it hasn‚Äôt been without growing pains.
The Foothill-De Anza Community College District has …

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Cupertino Officials Shrink Multimillion-Dollar Shortfall

Cupertino has almost balanced its coffers after facing a looming multimillion-dollar deficit for months, but the city will still have to contend with anticipated revenue drops in future years.
The Cupertino City Council unanimously approved the approximately $146.6 million budget …

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Cupertino Park Will Boost Equity, Advocates Say

A new Cupertino park and trail expansion 20 years in the making is one step closer to construction, and advocates say it could create more equity across the city.
The Cupertino Planning Commission unanimously approved the Lawrence-Mitty Park and Trail …

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Cupertino Cuts Millions in City Services

Cupertino officials are about to implement some of the largest cuts to city services residents have ever seen, as the city works to balance its budget in the face of a multimillion-dollar deficit.
The Cupertino City Council on Tuesday unanimously …

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Cupertino’s Blueprint for Housing Close to Approval

Cupertino is inches away from securing approval¬†of its state-mandated housing plan more than a year past the deadline ‚ÄĒ and following a legal battle due to its noncompliance.
Cupertino’s housing plan has received the state’s stamp of approval on …

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Cupertino Is a Pickleball Desert for Players

Cupertino pickleballers are fed up with having to share city courts with tennis players ‚ÄĒ but a solution might be coming.
The Cupertino City Council unanimously approved a plan this month that includes eight pickleball courts in Memorial Park’s conceptual …

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Cupertino Hotels Face More Delays

Cupertino officials had hoped to see revenues funneling in from two hotels ‚ÄĒ instead they found themselves approving permit extensions.
The Cupertino City Council on Wednesday unanimously extended the development timeline for two upscale hotels by three years, due to …

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Cupertino Spent Affordable Housing Funds on Lawsuit

Cupertino is scrambling to fix what city officials are calling an ‚Äúaccounting error‚ÄĚ after¬†discovering more than $100,000 in affordable housing dollars¬†went to pay off fees¬†from a housing lawsuit, drawing backlash from residents¬†in a time of fiscal ‚Ķ

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Cupertino City Council nixes tax measure from ballot

Cupertino may be facing a budget deficit next fiscal year, but the city won't ask residents to dig deeper into their wallets to help.
The Cupertino City Council unanimously voted to stop exploring ways to create new taxes or increase …

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County and Cupertino Agree on Development Plan for Lehigh Southwest Quarry

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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Going in (Good) Circles With CirFin and the City of Cupertino

What if the moment a car‚ÄĒor an iPhone, or a couch‚ÄĒleft 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 ‚Ķ

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Cupertino Reviews Report, Moves to End ‚ÄėGovernance by Email‚Äô

Depending on one’s political allegiances, the Cupertino City Council’s May 9 meeting was either a necessary rebuke of unprofessional behavior or a dramatic last stand for representative democracy. But even to an outsider, one thing became quite clear as the …

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Via Cupertino Shuttle Service to Expand into Santa Clara

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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