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The Government is hoping to build a $5 million pipeline for recycled water


The South Bay will benefit from a large scale effort by the US government to fight drought in heavily affected areas. Among the more than 60 projects nationwide is a plan to build a 20 mile pipeline network to bring recycled water to Silicon Valley. The project includes a pair of reservoirs that will each hold 2 point 75 million gallons of water. Full Story
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San Jose extends deadline for medical marijuana collectives to meet new laws


    May 20, 2015--Out of an estimated original 100 medical marijuana dispensaries in San Jose, the city estimates that 24 are still trying to meet San Jose's new laws regulating the industry. 
    The City council has approved a plan to extend the date the regulations will take effect from July 17th to December 18th. 
    Assistant City manager Angelique Gaeta says there won't necessarily be 24 pot clubs left by December.
    Milestones in September and November will help collectives plan for deadlines for getting permits and licenses, as well as give them more time to find a legal site.  Full Story 

Motion to declare Willow Glen Trestle historic landmark fails


    May 20, 2015--The San Jose City Council heard from over 25 speakers at their meeting last night, over the preservation and re-use of the Willow Glen Trestle.
    The motion to declare the 93-year-old trestle as a historic landmark failed by a vote of 7-2. 
    However the council also voted to use pieces of the bridge in the future construction of the new bridge that will be built on the site where possible. 
    The train trestle, which crosses Los Gatos Creek near Lincoln Avenue has long been un-used after the canneries closed in downtown San Jose.  Full Story 

Apple possibly looking at large expansion into San Jose


    May 20, 2015--Apple could be looking at a big expansion into San Jose.
    While the Cupertino-based giant hasn't confirmed anything, the Silicon Valley Business Journal cites real estate sources in reporting that Apple is looking at two sites.
    One is the former headquarters of Atmel on Orchard Parkway, which Tesla Motors has also looked at as a possibly expansion site, as there is 300,000 square feet of space available.
    The other is the Coleman Highline development site near Mineta San Jose International Airport - which could offer up to 1.5 million square feet of space.
    No deal has been done, and both sites remain open.  Full Story

The Government is hoping to build a $5 million pipeline for recycled water


The South Bay will benefit from a large scale effort by the US government to fight drought in heavily affected areas. Full Story



 
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