🌱 Grants Awarded To Local Nonprofits + New Homeless Data

Happy Wednesday, Redwood City-Woodside! Here’s everything worth knowing today in Redwood City-Woodside.

First, today’s weather:

Mostly sunny and pleasant. High: 80 Low: 55.

Here are the top stories in Redwood City-Woodside today:

  1. South San Francisco motorcycle police officer injured after hit by car in Redwood City (KGO-TV)
  2. Rotary Club awards grants to local nonprofits | Community (Los Altos Town Crier)
  3. New data shows explosive growth of homelessness in these Bay Area suburbs (San Francisco Chronicle)
  4. California’s $100 billion surplus: What to know about Newsom’s spending plan (The Almanac Online)

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Today in Redwood City-Woodside:

  • Davis Autism Approach Sponsored Parent Seminar (10:00 AM)

From my notebook:

  • County of San Mateo – Government: “NEWS: The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopt a resolution today affirming the County’s unwavering support for women’s reproductive freedom and healthcare policy. More details here: ” (Facebook)
  • County of San Mateo – Government: “👏👏 Community Crew! Our Office of Community Affairs will also be distributing at-home COVID-19 test kits & masks on the coast in Pacifica on May 18 and Half Moon Bay May on 19. Find more information & where they’ll be visiting next here.” (Facebook)
  • County of San Mateo – Government: “You’re Invited! Join us in working together to end homelessness in San Mateo County. The virtual event on May 20 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. will focus on serving the chronically homeless from the street to interim housing.” (Facebook)
  • Redwood City Public Library: “Great news! We’ve added an extra chance for you to pick up this year’s #BiketoWhereverDays musette bag and other treats — because the more biking, the better, right?” (Facebook)
  • Port of Redwood City: “Drop off a variety of items at South Bay Recycling for disposal. They accept recyclables, hazardous waste, electronic waste and bulky items. Help keep our community and waterways clean!” (Facebook)

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Alrighty, you’re all good for today. I’ll see you around!

Eric He

Have a news tip or suggestion for an upcoming Redwood City-Woodside Daily? Contact me at eric.he@patch.com


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