Vice Mayor Paul Tells State Senator Wiener That He Supports 2,400 High-Density Residential Units at Vallco You did it! You wrote letters, you spoke to Council members, you showed up to Council Chambers, and your voice was heard! In a packed Council chambers last Tuesday night before Thanksgiving, resident after resident gave testimony to the City Council - UNITED against bad governance, UNITED against closed-door sessions (which they canceled - see article in Cupertino Today)
Cupertino Published in the Courier on Friday the City's Move to Thwart Housing and Make Vallco a Retail-only Site, Just in Time for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Did you see Friday's Cupertino Courier? Wedged in fine print on page 24 and 25, you’ll see the City served its official legal "NOTICE" that the Council is moving to remove the Housing Element Designation at Vallco making it impossible to develop any kind of housing, affordable or market-rate. This is an even more extre
The Better Cupertino Allies, Councilmen Darcy Paul and Steven Scharf, are Attempting to Undo the General Plan Over the Holidays with Zero Public Input and Zero Transparency! You can be forgiven if you didn’t listen to the entire 4-hour City Council Meeting on November 7, 2017, but you need to watch the last 20 minutes! That’s when Better Cupertino’s Council allies, Councilmen Darcy Paul and Steven Scharf, openly forced an effort to undo the Cupertino's General Plan 2040 for p
At the October 17, 2017 Cupertino City Council meeting, a resident who lives and works in Cupertino spoke testimony to the Council that employees working in a very important local company want to be able to purchase in Cupertino to be near their places of work. What a thought! But why does this matter? Well, the answer, is, its everything. (Watch the Video) When folks can live within a short distance from their work, they spend less time in traffic, they contribute less to re