The City of Cupertino is set to live stream a public meeting about Apple's Campus 2, dubbed the 'Spaceship campus', today, to allow locals to find out more about the environmental impact that the forthcoming campus could have, and to give residents the opportunity to submit their comments about the project.

The meeting, which is set to begin at 6.30pm PDT (which is 2.30am on Thursday in the UK) at Cupertino Community Hall, will be streamed live at cupertino.org.

Comments can be submitted using the City of Cupertino's comment form here. More than 150 comments have already been submitted, many of which are largely supportive of Apple's Campus 2.

One comment reads: "We have been in the Cupertino area for over 50 years we will be living right across the street from the Apple campus. Our opinion is that they will make great neighbours."

Others, however, have expressed their concern about the increase in traffic and closure of roads that could occur as a result of the new Apple campus, their dislike of the 'Spaceship' design of the building, and the fate of the trees that surround Apple's Campus 2.

More information about Apple Campus 2 can be found on the City of Cupertino website, including the full copy of Apple's Campus 2 Draft Environmental Impact Report.

[Via 9To5Mac]

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