This Thursday, the city of Cupertino will be holding a meeting regarding the environmental impact of Apple’s upcoming “spaceship” campus. According to the city’s website, Cupertino is preparing an environmental impact report for the new structure.

The City of Cupertino will be the lead agency and will prepare an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Apple Campus 2 Project located on an approximately 176-acre site bounded by East Homestead Road on the north; properties adjacent to Tantau Avenue on the east; Interstate 280 on the south; and Wolfe Road on the west.

Thursday’s meeting is for the public to be able to bring in their own input on the project’s environmental outlook. Steve Jobs showed up at the last meeting related to the new campus, so perhaps we’ll see him at this one as well. For those not living in Cupertino, the city will be live streaming the events this Thursday, September 8, 2011 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

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