Tag Archives: Sunnyvale CEQA

Sunnyvale neighbors to appeal court’s decisions in Raynor lawsuit


By Alia Wilson Nov. 5, 2014

Fight ‘not over’ president Tim Dietrich says. Despite losing its lawsuit, a group of Sunnyvale residents fighting to restore public access to Raynor Park is not done fighting yet. The group is appealing the court’s rulings in favor of the city.

According to the group, the city claimed that the public did not petition the city properly, despite residents bringing up issues the CEQA law covers. The judge concurred with the city, that asking questions about the law, such as impacts on the environment and traffic was not enough, and that members of the public must actually state, by name, that the city was violating the CEQA.

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Arsenic, Vanadium and Petroleum Hydrocarbon Exceed Residential Levels in East Weddell Projects DEIR


It is inadvisable and unconscionable, at this time, to rezone the Sares Regis and Raintree Partners Sites, located at 520-592 E. Weddell Ave. and 610 – 630 E. Weddell Ave, Sunnyvale, from commercial to high density residential, given the existing contaminated soil conditions located in a Geological Liquefaction and FEMA Flood Hazard Zone Area that was not disclosed in the East Weddell Projects DEIR. Additionally, there has been limited notification and inadequate disclosure to the nearby residents to warn them of the following significant hazardous impactsContinue reading

Sunnyvale officials seek public input for apartment projects on E. Weddell Drive


Courtesy Alia Wilson Sunnyvale Sun

The public review period for the draft environmental report for two expansive apartment projects on E. Weddell Drive is open now through Oct. 23.

The projects on 520-592 E. Weddell Drive and 610-630 E. Weddell Drive will bring 465 units and 205 units, respectively, to the area near the N. Fair Oaks Avenue and Highway 101 intersection.

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What? No CEQA EIR for Sunnyvale Peery Park needed?_Council Agenda Oct 8


The Sunnyvale Peery Park LinkedIn Building is a massive 560,000 square foot – four building project. Bizjournal reports the city records show the same developer, DiNapoli, is seeking review for the design of another six-story, 233,400-square-foot building with a four-level parking structure at 767 N. Mathilda Ave.  Continue reading

Moffett Place Project Draft Subsequent EIR is available_Key Dates


From David Whittum and Sunnyvale Staff

A Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (DSEIR) has been prepared for Jay Paul Company’s Moffett Place project located in Moffett Park in the area between Borregas Drive and Mathilda Avenue. The project includes six eight-story buildings, two parking structures, an amenities building and an extension of Innovation Way to Bordeaux Drive.

Moffett Place EIR Regional Vicinity Map

Moffett Place EIR Regional Vicinity Map

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