At last nights Cupertino City Council meeting (February 21, 2017), multiple long-time residents came out in support of a petition authored by Pete Heller to have the Owners of Vallco Re-Engage with the City AND to have the City Council take a courageous LEADERSHIP role in resolving the "stalemate" at Vallco. See the video of the Council Testimony here. If you want Vallco Redeveloped and you want the Owner to go through the normal City Planning Process with our elected officia
Our Newest Council Member, Steven Scharf, slams the community on the private message board, CUSD Discuss Yahoo Group. Shouldn't he represent ALL of us? https://beta.groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/CUSD-discuss/info Councilman Scharf continues to spread “false and misleading statements.” Steven Scharf (February 4, 2017) - “It has been very disheartening to see all that has transpired between developers, the Chamber of Commerce, the two school districts, and various self-declared "
Update on the Design Options for the I-280 Interchange at Wolfe Road. Excerpt from the Staff Report and Links to the Designs Reviewed at the Cupertino City Council were designs for the future I-280 Interchange that were intended to be funded by private developers such as Apple, The Hamptons, and Vallco to redo this last outdated cloverleaf interchange. The Hills at Vallco project pledged $30 Million to fund this project that will now be paid by tax payer dollars to be complet
Read the Legal Opinion LEGAL OPINION CONFIRMS THAT ALLEGATIONS MADE AGAINST BOARD PRESIDENT ANJALI KAUSAR ARE BASELESS Board President Kausar will continue to serve Cupertino’s students Cupertino, Calif., (February 1, 2017) - Today, the Cupertino Union School District announced that the law firm of Dannis Wolviker Kelley has concluded their research regarding the allegations that Board President Anjali Kausar was in a conflict of interest due to her position with the Cupertin