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July 10, 2009

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Joanne

In today's Daily Journal regarding potential jail sites. Number three on the list is now the old drive-in site.

Apparently the SPCA is not considered
not a viable option.

Please just keep it in Redwood City!

Anson

Tonight at 7pm at the San Mateo County Credit Union (350 Convention Way, Redwood City) there will be a public meeting to discuss the seven sites that the County Sheriff's office has determined are the most attractive on which to build a new jail.

If you miss it tonight, another meeting is being held tomorrow at 7pm at the San Carlos Library (610 Elm St, San Carlos).

If any of you bloggers go, please update us on where 301 Airport Blvd. stands in the ranking.

Holy Roller

I think that would be a great site for a new prison.
We could bring back the Shuttle and give visitors easy access to Bev Mo!

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