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New Taiwanese restaurant will replace Flames in Downtown San Jose
Another key corner will soon be revitalized in Downtown San Jose. Flames occupied a large space on the ground floor of one of the most used parking garages Downtown, located at the intersection of...
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Though it’s undoubtedly best known as the place where Apple cultivates its latest crop of high-tech gadgets, Cupertino once was better known for its fruit orchards. And up in the foothills, away from the busy thoroughfares, industrial parks, retail centers, and blue-ribbon schools, it’s possible to imagine that more rustic past—particularly at Stevens Creek County Park, the first swath of land to become a Santa Clara County park.
Elected at large to four-year terms, the five members of the Cupertino City Council meet on the first and third Tuesdays of the month.
City of Cupertino Thanksgiving Holiday ClosureCupertino City offices will be closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Cupertino City facilities and services will operate as follows:
These facilities will be closed Thursday,...11/21/2023
City Council Swearing-In Ceremony is Thursday, December 14Join the City of Cupertino for the City Council Swearing-In Ceremony at 5 p.m. on Thursday, December 14 at Community Hall. Refreshments will be served.
Help the City estimate attendance by RSVP'ing by Thursday, December 7. RSVP HERE.11/21/2023
Give the Gift of Warmth this Holiday SeasonThe City of Cupertino, in cooperation with Recology, is hosting its annual Coat Drive this holiday season. Community members can drop off new or gently used coats between now until Friday, December 29 at the Cupertino Library Lobby, 10800 Torre...11/17/2023
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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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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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