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Green bike lanes are insufficient

Green bike lanes are insufficient

Kinglsey Wang

August 22, 2015

   his summer, the city of Cupertino painted its bicycle lanes bright green to make them more visible to drivers and safer for bicyclists. The cost was $249,000. While the city certainly deserves applause for making an active effort to make the routinely chaotic trips to school safer for...

Cupertino improves bicycle transportation

The newly painted bike lane stretches across Bubb Road in front of Kennedy Middle School. A multitude of students bike across this lane daily to get to and from school. (Photo by Elizabeth Han.)

Elizabeth Han

August 21, 2015

hough large patches of grass have lost their true color due to the ongoing drought, Cupertino presents a more permanent sign of green through its new bike lanes near schools this summer. The previously concrete grey bike lanes have changed across streets of various school vicinities, including MVHS and Ke...

City Council to vote on reusable bag ordinance supported by Sierra Club

As part of their effort to pass a reusable bag ordinance, Sierra Club has been working to gain support from the community. A significant portion of its activities includes a petition in support of the reusable bag ordinance. Logo taken from sierraclub.org.

Eva Spitzen

January 15, 2013

On Tuesday, Jan. 15, Cupertino City Council will vote on the Reusable Bag Ordinance. If passed, the ordinance will require stores within Cupertino to charge a minimal fee for plastic bags in an attempt to reduce their usage. Sierra Club will appear before Cupertino City Council to advocate the ordinance. The MVHS Sierra Club, in addition to their appearance...

Recycling program promising, but depends on participation

Recycling program promising, but depends on participation

Natalie Chan

September 23, 2010

Club Commission’s idea gives ownership to clubs, but students must take initative for success Read More »...