The college district doesn't track which employees who had lived in the rental housing have since bought homes, according to district spokeswoman Ana Maria Pulido.
As part of the agreement between Woodside and Redwood City, 24 of the 65 housing units required to be built in Woodside between 2007 and 2014 through the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) process were transferred to Redwood City's allocation. Under the agreement, Woodside's RHNA number was reduced from 65 to 41 and Redwood City's number was increased from 1,832 to 1,856.
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