Governor of California, Newsom indicated the latest flood of Google’s upcoming development project and tech IPOs in San Jose. It shows like a huge instance of a California comeback, as a campaign of remembrance and protests from the residents of the departing committee catch attention to the difficulties of this state.
Chief legal officer and global affairs of Google, SVP Kent Alker just connected state and local officials including Newsom, as he scribbled California bill SB7 in San Jose’s event. The law shifts banding to permit denser housing and boosts the environmental review process of state for different projects of construction, which has included Google’s suggested mega campus in San Jose.
Officials and Newsom expressed their thankfulness multiple times to Walker amid the event. On Thursday, in San Jose, Newsom expressed his view in a press conference, “Kent thank you for highlighting this- this bill is about the investment in the state of California.”
Newsom also elaborated that, “to be here with Google and the incredible private sector investment and the faith and devotion to the future of this city and region and this state is exactly where we want to be and it’s why we are here” and he selected “celebrate” in person rather doing a Zoom call genuinely routined for Friday.
This law appears as critics and tells that this state is gradually losing its grip over tech. However, thanks to the poor governance and high housing cost, that were aggravated during this Covid-19 pandemic.