Redwood City seeks public input on council priorities

The Redwood City Council is holding a workshop tonight to ask members of the public for their input on priorities that the council should focus on in the next two years.

Each year the City Council reviews and revises a set of two-year priorities, according to the city. The priorities provide the city's overall direction and guide the development of the budget, which funds various programs, policies and other projects that benefit the city and its residents.

The program will start at 6 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Senior Center. Dinner will be provided and city officials will facilitate a discussion to encourage residents' ideas about how to incorporate community and neighborhood values into the City Council priorities.

A second workshop will be held Jan. 31 at the same time and location.

Bay City News

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