The City of Cupertino's Legislative Platform is comprised of guiding principles that provide a framework for Cupertino’s regional, state, and federal legislative priorities. It is adopted annually and serves as a reference guide for legislative positions and objectives that provide direction for the City Council and staff throughout the year. The Legislative Platform is the foundation of a focused advocacy strategy and the 2018 Legislative platform can be found here.
Below are bills that Council had taken a formal position on for the Legislative Session ending in 2018.
|SB 100||CA Renewable Portfolio Standard Program: Emissions of Greenhouse Gases||De Leon||Support 3/6/18||Chaptered by Secretary of State 9/10/18|
|SB 912||CA Housing Finance Agency: Management Compensation||Beall/Skinner||Watch||Chaptered by Secretary of State 9/21/18|
|SB 828||Land Use: Housing Element||Wiener||Watch||Chaptered by Secretary of State 9/30/18|
|SB 831||Land Use: Accessory Dwelling Units||Wieckowski||Watch||Inactive Bill-Died in Assembly without further action 11/30/18|
|SCA 20||Local Sales Taxes: Online Sales||Glazer||Watch||Inactive Bill- Died in committee without further action 11/30/18|
|SB 827||Planning and Zoning: Transit-Rich housing bonus||Wiener||Oppose 3/6/18||Inactive Bill- Died in committee without further action 11/30/18|