In October of last year, the Coyote Valley Research Park'scampus plan was approved by the city of San Jose. Salinassubsequently filed a lawsuit under the California EnvironmentalQuality Act.

An agreement was reached this week under which the city ofSalinas will dismiss its lawsuit and support the corporate campusproject. The city will also assist the settlement of litigationfiled by the association of Monterey Bay Area Governments and hasagreed not to file further lawsuits against the corporate park.

The city of San Jose, park developers and anchor tenant CiscoSystems agreed to address various housing, transportation andeducation concerns raised by Salinas in connection with thelawsuit. CVRP and Cisco's obligations under the agreement willarise when the campus is developed.

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