Not Everyone in Cupertino Wants Apple’s Spaceship to Land



Apple’s plans to build a ‘spaceship’ campus in Cupertino have had us all in awe over its magnificent design which will take up a whopping 3.1 million square-feet of land. However, not everyone in Cupertino is looking forward to ‘Apple Campus 2’.

The video above from KTVU News, shot last night while the Apple Campus 2 Environmental Impact meeting went ahead in Cupertino, reveals some Cupertino residents have their concerns.

While some seemed very positive about Apple’s new camp, most voiced their concerns over the traffic problems and environmental impact the building is going to have. Patrick Robbins, who lives nearby in Santa Clara, said:

“It’s beautiful, but it’s not going to come without an impact.”

Also, what’s very interesting is that despite previous reports, Gilbert Wong, Cupertino’s mayor, says this is definitely not a “done deal” at this point:

“Is it a done deal? It’s definitely not a done deal. We have to go through a public process.”

[via 9to5 Mac]


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