Upcoming Community Meeting on Redwood City Housing

housingJust got this in, from Malcolm Smith, the Public Communications Manager for Redwood City.

Every day, news headlines confirm what we all know ~ housing matters!  In fact, the quality of life in our community is directly linked to how we address the challenge of providing homes to people who work and grow up here. If you live or work in Redwood City, Threshold 2009 and the City of Redwood City invite you to join a Community Conversation on long-term housing solutions in San Mateo County. This is part of an ongoing campaign to welcome all perspectives to the table and build a public voice for housing solutions. This is an opportunity to increase understanding, exchange perspectives, and express your views on county-wide housing choices.

Registration is open to join one of these free Community Conversations in Redwood City:

  • Wednesday, August 5, 9 am – noon
    Veterans Memorial Senior Center, 1455 Madison Avenue.

Register by August 3 at www.conversation5.eventbrite.com

This is a bilingual session for English and Spanish-speaking participants

Refreshments will be provided. Seating is limited. To register by phone, call (650) 655-5851. For more information, visitwww.threshold2009.org or email info@threshold2008.org.

Threshold 2009 is a nonprofit, citizen-driven effort to engage the people of San Mateo County in decision making about housing issues. We provide an inclusive forum to build the public voice on housing choices. Learn the results of our 2008 Countywide Assembly and more on our initiative at www.threshold2009.org.


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