Housing advocates have filed a rash of lawsuits against Santa Clara County and several Bay Area cities for allegedly failing to do their part to encourage new housing.
Teachers Await New Affordable Housing Complex in Palo Alto
Brittany M. Thu, 08/24/2023 - 07:22
The complex’s 110 units are being built through a public-private partnership that includes Mercy Housing California (MHC), Abode Communities, and the City of Palo Alto.
Jim Throop has been hired by Cupertino.
Deborah Feng was facing pressure to resign over a communication oversight.
Cupertino Names NASA Administrator to City Manager Post
Brittany M. Wed, 04/24/2019 - 18:45
Cupertino has selected a NASA Center administrator as its next chief executive. Debora Feng was appointed to the city manager’s position, effective June 3. She will earn a salary of $239,000.
Cupertino’s Mayor Made a Joke About Building a Wall And Making San Jose Pay For It. Surrounding Cities Are Not Amused.
A tacky joke made by Cupertino Mayor Steven Scharf during his latest state of the city address is going over like fish in a workplace microwave.
Folsom, California is the best city for raising a family, according to new rankings from WalletHub.
Ex-Cupertino Accountant Arrested for 18-Year Embezzlement Scheme
Brittany M. Tue, 09/11/2018 - 05:29
A former senior accountant for the City of Cupertino has been arrested and charged with 68 felony counts related to an alleged scheme to steal nearly $800,000 from taxpayers.
History and trivia buffs, listen up because we’ve got the perfect divertissement before you head into the July 4th Holiday.
Cupertino’s Manager is Retiring
Brittany M. Thu, 05/03/2018 - 05:38
Cupertino City Manager Dave Brandt is concluding a six-year run as the city’s top executive. Brandt announced his retirement Wednesday, effective July 6.