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google airport approved

SAN JOSE FINALLY GIVES GOOGLE ITS OWN AIRPORT WITH STATEHOOD THE NEXT STEP

February 9 2013

San Jose, CA – City officials in San Jose have overwhelmingly approved a proposal for a new airport designed to serve Google and its executive employees. The approval came after two failed attempts to gain approval over concerns about, well, stuff that city officials tend to worry about. The airport will apparently cost $82 million which of course is like nothing for Google, at least for the time being, unless the internet changes dramatically. It’s not clear, with this approval, when the company will be applying for statehood or if it will consider simply breaking off into its own nation.

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