Come discuss Burlingame questions today |

Come discuss Burlingame questions today

Dear Editor:

I am encouraging everyone to come to the Town Hall meeting today at Paepcke Auditorium, 5:30-7:30 p.m., and ask your questions. There will be a lively discussion of any and all issues regarding Burlingame and the affordable-housing program.

We plan to discuss how to move forward with affordable housing in the best possible way to provide the most quality housing, at the lowest price, as quickly and as reasonably as possible.

Topics will include: the status of planning for Burlingame II/III; what the two audits recommend; how future affordable housing will be paid for; the proposed bond issue; Burlingame I questions; and many other issues from your questions.

Don Davidson


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