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At 4:30am in the morning, Wed Sept 18th, after hearing from a blockbuster 111 residents (76 supporters, 35 opponents), the city council unanimously agreed to fund the feasibility and full construction of the Regnart Creek trail Option D. They also added a...read more
Walk-Bike Cupertino advocacy group, will recognize the first ever “Bike Advocate of the Year” in December of 2019. A Cupertino resident, the selected individual will have demonstrated high commitment and efforts to make Cupertino “Safe and Easy to Walk and Bike”. In...read more
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