Redwood City


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Red·wood City

 (rĕd′wo͝od′)
A city of northern California on San Francisco Bay northwest of San Jose. It was founded in the mid-1800s as a port and lumbering center.

Red′wood Cit′y


n.
a city in W California. 60,030.
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85 million in post-acquisition financing for 1450 Veterans Boulevard, a three-story, 53,000-square-foot office building in downtown Redwood City, California.
com)-- EarthWise announces its debut in Redwood City with the opening of its flagship store today.
ACTON - A 53-year-old Redwood City woman died when the driver of the van in which she was riding apparently fell asleep and let the vehicle hit an Antelope Valley Freeway guardrail, officials said.
Since its humble beginnings in Boulder Creek California, it has grown to four locations in Santa Cruz, Felton, Mountain View, and Redwood City.
At the center of it is Ralph Nobles, who is not only head of the county planning commission but also the president of Friends of Redwood City, a local environmental group.
When you've tried so many things, there's no reason not to try this,'' said Ralph Nobles, whose group, Friends of Redwood City, has tried to encourage the sale of the 1,700 acres - mostly wetlands - off Redwood City.
They were steppin' out for blocks Thursday in Redwood City as residents set what they think is a record for the largest line dance.