Courtesy: Holly Lofgren – Sunnyvale Resident/Community Activist/Nonprofit Professional
SUNNYVALE RESIDENTS At risk.
Sunnyvale’s residents are deeply concerned about high-density overdevelopment on the city’s border with Cupertino.
Cupertino’s Planning Commission intends to give a building permit to Kimco Realty for further developing a shopping mall directly beside Sunnyvale residential neighborhoods.
Cupertino’s Commission meets on Thursday, August 8th, at 5PM, at the Cupertino City Hall, Conference Room C , 10300 Torre Avenue, Cupertino, California
Sunnyvale Residents have Raised the following concerns: click here for attached letter to Cupertino’s City Planner
a) No Environmental Impact Report has been done and the old California Environmental Quality Act report is no longer valid due to the nearby Apple campus development.
b) Neighborhood residents were not properly notified about the November 2011 of public hearing, at which Kimco’s use permit was to extended and modified,
c) the new Designs for the shopping mall do not follow the conditions the neighbors agreed to in 2008.
Please go to the meeting and also inform Sunnyvale City Council
of your disappointment with the overdevelopment.
Holly Lofgren – Sunnyvale Resident/Community Activist/Nonprofit Professional