“This Thursday from 6:30-8:30 PM, the Cupertino City Counsel [sic] will be holding a meeting to discuss the environmental impact of Apple’s proposed new campus,” Sarah Petit reports for Edible Apple.

The City of Cupertino will be the lead agency and will prepare an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Apple Campus 2 Project located on an approximately 176-acre site bounded by East Homestead Road on the north; properties adjacent to Tantau Avenue on the east; Interstate 280 on the south; and Wolfe Road on the west.

The City of Cupertino will be hosting a public meeting to receive input on the scope of the EIR. The purpose of the meeting will be to gather questions to be studied as part of the environmental review process.

Petit reports, “A live broadcast of the meeting will be available for viewing on the web over here.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: They’ll have the rubber stamp out at 6:31pm.

 

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