Hey, people of Redwood City-Woodside! Michael Wittner here with a new copy of the Redwood City-Woodside Daily.
First, today’s weather forecast:
Fog, then some sun. High: 61 Low: 44.
Here are the top stories in Redwood City-Woodside today:
- The Redwood City recycling facility will be reviewed by the state agency (Room)
- Driver in solo rollover accident in Redwood City suspected of DUI (Climate online)
- Letters: Aquifer recharge | Disgusting treatment | Cancel culture | Inexcusable Violence | Climate refugees (news from mercury)
- Comings and goings: Plants and small parks grow on State Street in Los Altos (Los Altos Town Crier)
- Property prices continue to soar | Business (Los Altos Town Crier)
- Construction of Apartment Community Begins at Aster Avenue Masterplan Site in Sunnyvale – Silicon Valley Business Journal (business journals)
- Making ‘Sense’ – TheatreWorks is staging a musical at Lucie Stern (Los Altos Town Crier)
- Music for Minors receives $500,000 donation for education program (Los Altos Town Crier)
- Table of Plenty Receives Honor from Jefferson | Community (Half Moon Bay Review)
- HMBHS Principal Wins Prestigious Honor | Local News (Half Moon Bay Review)
- Half Moon Bay opens the door to housing leader (Half Moon Bay Review)
- Menlo Park holds two key management positions (In Menlo)
- The Mountain View Planning Commission supports plans for six-story affordable housing next to public storage (Mountain View Voice)
- BART Silicon Valley Phase II to secure additional federal funding (The Voice of Silicon Valley)
- Does the VTA management need an overhaul? Assemblyman Marc Berman is gathering ideas on how to do this (Mountain View Voice)
- The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office is retesting samples for blood alcohol content after a discrepancy is discovered (news from mercury)
- Woodside Energy is moving forward with a California-based solar project (Upstream online)
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Today in Redwood City-Woodside:
From my notebook:
- San Mateo County – Government: “Dreams come true at the Ayudando Latinos A Soñar – ALAS Sueño Center in Half Moon Bay. Aspiring entrepreneurs will soon learn how to start and run their own businesses thanks to a nearly $35,000 grant recently approved by the San Mateo. ..” (Facebook)
- Redwood City Public Library: “Next Monday evening, we welcome autism advocate Ben Breaux and journalist and memoirist Eric Michael Garcia to our library takeover. They will be interviewed by autism family coach Maisie Soetantyo, the founder of Autism Career Pathways. …” (Facebook)
- Canada College: “On Cesar Chavez Day, all classes and student services at Cañada College will be closed this Thursday, March 31, 2022. Regular hours will resume on Friday, April 1, 2022.” (Facebook)
- Sequoia YMCA: “Las applications del Programa de Ayuda de Renta de CA COVID-19 deben ser entregadas antes del 31 de mars 2022. If todavía necesita para pagar la renta o las billuras de servicios públicos, visit HousingIsKey.com or llame al 833.. . ” (Facebook)
- Sequoia YMCA: “Applications for the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program must be submitted by March 31, 2022. If you still need help paying rent or utility bills, visit HousingIsKey.com or call 833-430- 2122 to see if you qualify.” (Facebook)
- Sequoia YMCA: “¡Comparte el amor! Invita a amigos y familiares y cada uno obtentiondrá 15 points until they register. #ChooseLocalSMC #LocalVibes #ShopLocal #SMCstrong https://choosesmc.page.link/app” (Facebook)
- Sequoia YMCA: “Share the love! Invite your friends and family and you’ll each get 15 points when they sign up. #ChooseLocalSMC #LocalVibes #ShopLocal #SMCstrong https://choosesmc.page.link/app” (Facebook)
- San Mateo County – Government: “QUICK TIP TUESDAY: Questions about child support and payments? Contact San Mateo County Child Support Services. Details below ⬇️ or visit https://www.smcgov.org/dcss. ” (Facebook)
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Alright, so good for today! See you all tomorrow morning for your next update.
— Michael Wittner
About me: I’m excited to return to Patch as a traveling writer, a job that will allow me to find out what’s happening in communities across the country. I worked as Patch Field’s editor from April 2020 to June 2021, covering Agoura Hills, Beverly Hills, Calabasas, Malibu, and Northridge-Chatsworth. Previously, I was associate editor of the Jewish Journal, a bi-weekly newspaper covering the Jewish community north of Boston. I grew up in Marblehead, Massachusetts, a small seaside town north of Boston, and graduated from Bard College in New York, then got my Masters in Teaching at New York University . Feel free to send your story ideas to email@example.com.