Category: Green Foothills In the News

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Developing open space: should voters decide?

The Almanac March 8, 2008 Developing open space: should voters decide? By Marion Softky Almanac Staff A broad coalition of environmental groups wants to qualify an initiative in Redwood City to require two-thirds of city voters to approve any new development in the city’s open space areas. Members of the Open Space Vote Coalition launched...

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Saving the Bay doesn’t require a sucker punch

San Mateo Daily Journal March 7, 2008 Saving the Bay doesn’t require a sucker punch Editorial Redwood City may have a history of bold development decisions, but the city’s leadership is moving forward with a new concept of receptiveness and collaboration in response to resident concerns. In Mayor Rosanne Foust’s State of the City address...

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Open space battle begins

San Mateo Daily Journal March 6, 2008 Open space battle begins by Michelle Durand, Daily Journal Staff A trio of environmental groups plan to announce a ballot measure today to protect parks and open space in Redwood City but Mayor Rosanne Foust said not being given a heads up is “incredibly insulting.” “As I said...

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PGA Tour eyes Fry’s course

The Mercury News February 27, 2008 PGA Tour eyes Fry’s course MORGAN HILL EVENT FACES OBSTACLES by Barry Witt and Eric Pinkela The PGA Tour announced Tuesday it would bring a tournament to electronics mogul John Fry’s super-private Morgan Hill course in 2010 — the first time in more than four decades the world’s most...

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Trails saga, like soap opera, seems endless

The Mercury News February 13, 2008 Trails saga, like soap opera, seems endless by Patty Fisher It’s my favorite soap opera, and it’s back after a yearlong hiatus. I call it “Stanford Trails to Nowhere.” It’s the eight-year-long saga of the efforts by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors to get Stanford University to...

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CGF in the news – San Mateo County open space decision

(As time permits, we’ll put a link here on the blog to articles when CGF’s discussed in the news media. -Brian) Victory for open-space proponents REDWOOD CITY — Owners of some unincorporated parcels in San Mateo Countywho are considering subdivision may have to think about its opposite: openspace. The San Mateo County Planning Commission unanimously...

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