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Vallco’s planned transformation has become a flashpoint for debates over the regional housing shortage and the tech sector’s runaway growth.
Ray Wang sarcastically compared the suggestion to follow California state housing laws to democratic elections in "the Soviet Union."
Cupertino electeds adopted the new density rules seemingly unaware of a letter from the state warning the ordinance violated California law.
Cupertino voters elected two candidates who fall on opposite sides of the pro-or-slow-growth debate.
Cupertino’s present election cycle has brought more variations on the not-in-my-backyard hot takes the city’s become known for.
A guide to all the stories you missed, forgot or wanted to forget in the Year of Our Lord MMXIX.
Ray Wang is getting slammed online for trolling YIMBYs and making not-so-veiled threats about trying to get them fired.
A week after Election Day, voter turnout is on track to reach 60 percent while roughly 100,000 ballots remain uncounted.
Full-service satellite locations are open Monday, but closed on Election Day while 50 drop-off sites are available.
To create a more responsive government, we need to ensure that the public—and not powerful moneyed interests—are financing our elections.
Cupertino’s former city attorney, Randolph Hom, is gearing up to sue his former employer for wrongful termination.
Local watchdogs believe the city attorney’s unceremonious departure may have had something to do with the controversial Vallco Mall project.
Preliminary results from Santa Clara County polls show important victories for housing, transportation and workers rights.
Santa Clara County will see 32 local initiatives on the Nov. 8 ballot. Here's a breakdown of those measures by county, city and district.