[EVENT] Peninsula Health Care District Town Hall


What:
Peninsula Health Care District town hall on development plans for former Peninsula Hospital site
When:
6 P.M
November 18th
Where:
Recreation Center
850 Burlingame Ave.
This is the first town hall since the Peninsula Health Care District board was forced by the community to go back to the drawing board and revise their plans for putting primarily market-rate housing on public land. The early indications, however, are that the plans still do not go far enough in dedicating the land to affordable housing. Therefore, we, the community of people whose tax dollars pay for this land, need to continue to demonstrate to the PHCD board our overwhelming commitment to an affordable housing centered vision for this land.

Peninsula Health Care District Town Hall


We need to keep raising our voices for the fundamental value of affordable housing on public land.
What:
Town hall on the Peninsula Health Care District’s proposal for a large parcel of public land
When:
Monday, March 25 at 7:00 p.m.
Where:
Lane Room at the Burlingame Main Library
480 Primrose Rd., Burlingame, CA 94010
We hope as many of you as possible will be able to join us!

What’s Going on with the Peninsula Health Care District?


What’s Going on with the Peninsula Health Care District? And why should people in San Bruno, Hillsborough, Millbrae, Burlingame, San Mateo and Foster City care? The District receives property tax money from those cities yet plans to use publicly-owned land at the site of the demolished Peninsula Hospital to build market rate housing few people can afford. This is happening while the biggest threat to public health and safety is a lack of affordable housing for medical workers and seniors.

Letter: Affordable housing to take back seat in Burlingame again?


Burlingame’s City Council will vote late on Monday evening, July 3, whether to accept the terms in an agreement with Topgolf, an entertainment facility that is planned to be built on Bayfront property. The site is public land — former landfill and unsuitable for housing. By state law, if it were suitable, the land would have to be offered to affordable housing developers. We assert that the revenue from renting the land should by all rights be put into an affordable housing fund.