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Two years after the announcement, Apple has not applied for permits to build on the site, Ciddy Wordell, a project manager for the city of Cupertino who is in charge of the North Vallco development area where the new Apple land is located, told the publication.
"They must go through a planning approval process, get a use permit and an architectural review," he said. "It might even involve a general plan change.â€
Once all of that is done, it often takes about two years for a major construction project to be completed. "So unless Apple gets its campus plans moving more quickly, it looks like the whole ordeal drag on a bit longer than Jobs had hoped," Fortune says.
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