Tag Archives: CEQA

Peery Park and Moffett Park Public Comments Needed_Draft SEIR Hearing Oct 14


The City of Sunnyvale Staff has included the October 14  Planning Commission Hearing as an additional method for the public to comment on the (Item 2) Draft SEIR for the Moffett Place Project, (1152 Bordeaux Drive). Also on the agenda is (Item 1.B) 433 North Mathilda – Peery ParkContinue reading

Apple Campus 2 Project CEQA EIR Response to Comments Document and Key Dates


From The City of Cupertino Planning

The City of Cupertino is reviewing an application by Apple for the development of an office, research and development campus located in the area bounded by Homestead Road, N. Wolfe Road, I-280 & N. Tantau Avenue and properties located on the east side of N. Tantau Avenue.

Apple Campus 2

Apple Campus 2

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CEQA has been a huge benefit, not a detriment, in California


By Steve Blank, Courtesy San Jose Mercury News Sept 10, 2013

The battle is still brewing in Sacramento over the future of the California Environmental Quality Act, known as CEQA. Political pundits correctly predicted it would be the most bruising fight of the session. Many large companies in Silicon Valley have found themselves on the same side as oil refineries and big-box stores which want to gut CEQA.

Every major environmental organization in the state, including the California League of Conservation Voters, Natural Resources Defense Council and Sierra Club, is on the other side. Recently, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, D-Sacramento, offered a solution in the form of SB 731 that would force both sides to make concessions. It was dismissed out of hand by those who would like to see CEQA destroyed.

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TRAINOR FAIRBROOK Errors on PAMF Sunnyvale Respondent Brief


TRAINOR FAIRBROOK gaping error, misses crux of source of the Shadow Complaint on the Palo Alto Medical Foundation Respondent Brief. Contrary to Trainor Fairbrook’s misstatement for Judge Elfing, the petitioners did submit written comments (mine ~ 6 pages) and speak on February 23, 2009 during the Sunnyvale Planning Commission Hearing. Continue reading