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Archived News Release from 2008

For Immediate Release

More Opportunities to Discuss and Comment on Redwood City’s New General Plan

Redwood City, CA - November 19, 2008 - The process of creating Redwood City’s new General Plan is making great progress! There are three study sessions/meetings remaining in November, where participants can get involved, learn more, and help the City to craft this important “blueprint for the future” of our community. The public is invited and encouraged to attend any or all of these meetings, which focus on specific aspects of the New General Plan:

  • Thursday, November 20
    6:30 pm, Veterans Memorial Senior Center, 1455 Madison Avenue
    Housing and Human Concerns Committee and Senior Affairs Commission joint meeting to discuss aging and healthy communities

  • Monday, November 24
    7 pm, City Hall, 1017 Middlefield Road
    City Council meeting with guest speakers to discuss the General Plan and climate change. Speakers are Will Travis, Executive Director of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, and  Don Weden, retired Principal Planner, Santa Clara County Planning

  • Tuesday, November 25
    7 pm, City Hall, 1017 Middlefield Road
    Planning Commission and Port Commission joint study session to discuss economic and industrial expansion issues related to the Bayfront area.

The General Plan is the document that establishes policies, goals, and programs for the long-term physical development of our community. It’s really a “blueprint for the future” of how our City will look, how development will occur, and what we want our City to be for future generations. More information is available by contacting Redwood City’s New General Plan staff by calling 650-780-7234, visiting www.redwoodcity.org/generalplan, or emailing generalplan@redwoodcity.org.

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Contact:
Tom Passanisi
Senior Planner
(650) 780-7234

 

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