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October 17, 2021



As Jennifer noted on the "Welcome Carpetbaggers" post, the Council meeting details are:

This Monday night at Oct. 18 at 7pm, the Burlingame City Council will be discussing SB9 and SB10 (Agenda Item 10b)
Phone Dial 1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 894 9704 8575
Passcode: 748490
Anyone who'd like to speak on this item should "raise a hand" or send in a comment at:

Tom Scholz

All I want is to have my peace of mind


Isn't this why we elect these people?

Rob Adams

I'm all for diversity and affordable housing, but here in BUILDINGAME, our town has become a Monopoly Board (for you old timers) of grab it/scrap it/fill it to overflow. And as the Editor points out, this is all while the "growth" in the Bay Area is actually a negative number. It might make sense to slow our roll, but I assume there is too much $$$ for that to happen. Let's be honest, we will need to change our motto from "The City of Trees" to "The City of Squeeze".

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