According to the news, today in San Mateo County 14,766 customers may have their power shut off due to concerns that high winds could cause power lines to spark fires. … Continue reading Maybe it’s time to get that Power Wall?
Stories about local news and events plus some occasional eventful out-of-area topics.
Local Mid-Peninsula Community colleges are now offering 4 year degrees
Built in 2016, this lake front home in the lush green hills of Redwood City sold in 14 days for $5,650,000
I attended an interest group meeting today with the Mayor of San Carlos, Mark Olbert. Nice guy, enjoyed meeting him. The highlights were that the City has bounced back pretty … Continue reading SAN CARLOS: The City of Good Business?
When I heard that the City was moving towards creating voting districts for our City Council, I thought this was a good idea. Redwood City is a very diverse town … Continue reading REDWOOD CITY: Voting Districts Coming Soon
REDWOOD CITY: New Short-Term Rental Restrictions & Taxes
Couple nights ago went to grab some slices at Pizza my Heart and couldn’t help but take joy in our great downtown. I’ve been here 23 years and the place … Continue reading Redwood City Downtown
So recently there was news that San Francisco is toying with the idea of implementing a vacancy tax on commercial and residential property. While single family homes or duplexes would … Continue reading VACANCY TAX: Fair in Rent Control Areas?
It’s not your imagination, it is expensive to live on the SF Peninsula, after all we have the richest town in the United States right here – Atherton. According to … Continue reading ATHERTON: “Richest” Town in the U.S.