SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – NOV. 10: Bailey Avenue cuts through the Coyote Valley, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021, in south San Jose, Calif., near the proposed site of a massive warehouse facility. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)
After years of speculation, a longtime vision of transforming an open, green expanse on the southern edge of San Jose into an employment center where thousands of people could work has officially been taken off the table.
The San Jose City Council on Tuesday night unanimously voted to protect 314 acres of remaining undeveloped land in North Coyote Valley by rezoning it from an industrial park designation
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