by Joe White
June 26, 2013
Apple outlined environmental issues surrounding the development of its futuristic "Campus 2" earlier this month, publishing a report explaining how the company's new headquarters will influence the City of Cupertino. Today, June 26, a public comment period will be held in order to allow residents living in and around the Cupertino, Calif. area to voice their questions concerning Campus 2. While locals have the option of commenting online or sending questions to the City directly, due to "limited seating" the City of Cupertino will be offering a live stream of the event online, at its website. This of course means that anyone interested in Apple's Campus 2 has the option of watching the event online, by visiting http://cupertino.org/applecomments in a compatible Web browser. Concerns so far appear to surround the purported removal of some 6,000 40-year-old trees, which is rumored to be required in order for the development of Campus 2 to go ahead. Most residents, however, are pleased with Apple's proposals and have used the comment system as an opportunity to congratulate the company on its exciting project. The live stream of the City of Cupertino's "Apple Comments" event will commence at 6:30 p.m. local time, and, as mentioned, can be accessed at the City's website. For more information on Campus 2, see: Apple's All-New Maps Icon Is Relocated To Campus 2, Apple Once Again Seeks Feedback On Campus 2 From Local Residents, and Apple Updates Campus 2 Proposal With Bike Paths, Walkways And Parking.