Intuit's proposal for several new buildings in North Bayshore appeared before the Development Review Committee today. During the summer they will update the design of the parking structure. Here's a complete overview of the project, presented to a City Council study session in April:
"Not a bad way to be remembered, I think. 2nd charge station should have a "B" name, 3rd a "C", etc. Hopefully they will soon be so common as to be nameless. Madera is a large, new, local apartment project that I helped lobby for, because it was to be built opposite the Mountain View Transit Center, perfect to reduce car commuting. I asked them to include an EV charging station in the project, and to name it after me. They did!"
Way to go, Aaron!