Five contenders face off for three positions on Redwood City Council

A forum for candidates for Redwood City Council is being held tonight, sponsored by the Latino Community Coalition of Redwood City.

English to Spanish translation will be available during the forum, which will be held at the Fair Oaks Community Center, starting at
6:30 p.m.

There are five candidates competing for three positions on Redwood City's seven-person council.

Councilwoman Diane Howard and Councilman Jim Hartnett have been termed out. Incumbent Jeff Ira is running to retain his seat.

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