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SANTA CLARA, CA-Yahoo Inc. won approval Tuesday night from the Santa Clara City Council’s 7-0 vote for the construction of its three-million-square-foot campus here. City Council members certified the environmental impact report, and have approved the proposed development of 13 structures to be built on 48 acres between Old Ironsides Drive and Patrick Henry Drive for the Sunnyvale-based technology company.

As GlobeSt.com previously reported, the 46-acre campus, which the company acquired the assemblage here back in 2006 from San Francisco-based TMG Partners has been in the entitlement process for about a year and a half.

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