Save Menlo also maintains that the specific plan's environmental impact report did not analyze the effect of that much medical office space being added along El Camino Real.
Options for forcing changes to the development remain virtually non-existent, however, since the project meets the baseline requirements of the specific plan and thus requires no overall Planning Commission or City Council approval.
New health center
A pledge of $4.3 million from the Sequoia Healthcare District helped San Mateo County start construction of a new health center at 2710 Middlefield Road in Redwood City. The project, a combined medical-dental clinic, broke ground Dec. 14, and the county expects construction to be finished within a year.
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