School officials respond to equity report + Nintendo shutdown

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Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Eric He, your host at Redwood City-Woodside Daily.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

The clouds give way to the sun. High: 70 Low: 55.


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

  1. Principals Respond to San Mateo County Civilian Grand Jury Report (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  2. Nintendo closes Redwood City location: report (Redwood City-Woodside Patch)
  3. Redwood City Día de los Muertos Festival (November 2-7) (funcheap.com)
  4. Burlingame’s Il Piccolo Caffe feels right at home | Local News (San Mateo Daily Newspaper)
  5. San Mateo hiking bin prices | Local News (San Mateo Daily Newspaper)
  6. Life Sciences Developer IQHQ Acquires Large Redwood City Office Center (San Francisco Business Times)

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    Redwood City-Woodside Patch Notebook

    • San Mateo County – Government: “NEWS: The District Supervisory Lines Advisory Commission tasked with studying potential boundary changes for the county’s five supervisory districts voted last week to send two proposed maps to the supervisory board.” (Facebook)
    • Henry Ford Elementary PTA: “Please place your orders before November 2 (tomorrow!) (Facebook)
    • Redwood Public Library: “Enjoy some stories online with us every Monday! This is a weekly series that features stories in English and Spanish by our own RCPL librarians. ⁠ ⁠ Check out today’s stories with the link ! ⁠ “(Facebook)
    • Sandpiper Community Center: “🩸 Come and have your blood pressure checked by a nurse graduated from Sequoia Hospital. ⏰ Thursday, November 4, from 10 am to 12 pm 📍 Sandpiper Community Center” (Facebook)
    • Redwood Public Library: “The fall rains bring native wildflowers in the spring. Starting today, our seed library will have native wildflower seed for two weeks. The seed library has free seeds – it’s time to crash! ⁠ “(Facebook)

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    Eric He

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