politicians advocating the many benefits of overdevelopment
can mean only one thing: They must be on the take."
Letter in Redwood City Independent
The Bay & Sequoia
Oppose Measure Q
They conclude: "This development poses significant
impacts to habitat and wildlife at Bair Island, the
Bay and its shoreline."
Do They Have Against Kids?" asks
James Kelly, as he questions the motives of our City Council
in trading open bayfont for luxury residential towers.
a Look at
how the site is inappropriate for this kind of development.
the debate on TV
2 news (KTVU)
See it here: NO
Harbor would look like this!
Forget to Vote this Tuesday November 2
Redwood City Residents
"Stop Skyscraper Shores!"
about changing our zoning laws to allow up seventeen skyscrapers
on the bayfront (up
to 240-ft) and benefit the developer who has paid nearly $1 million
to fight our grassroots truth campaign.
NO on increased traffic!
14,000 additional daily car trips will bring traffic to a halt along
Highway 101, and impact Whipple Ave., Woodside Rd. and Veteran's
squandering our water supply!
City cannot even guarantee that enough water will be available for
the project; Redwood City is already 10% over its water allotment...
sacrificing the character of the community!
skyscrapers up to 240 feet tall (current zoning allows 75 feet)
will destroy the nature of the waterfront and invaluable bay views...
high-rises adjacent to Bair Island Wildlife Refuge will cause mortality
to untold numbers of migrating and resident birds due to building
Problem is the Scale
The extreme density and building height of this project will cause
a record-setting 23 unsolvable environmental problems for our city
and the peninsula. A better way is to build housing that complies
with current zoning and doesn't overwhelm our bayfront and already
crowded freeway and streets.
project uses up our precious water supply for 1,737 high-income
luxury condominiums built on an isolated peninsula. A better way
is to implement our city's Housing Element which calls for affordable
family housing near downtown and public transit. A
NO vote on Measure Q is a vote for responsible growth.