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Councilmember Ned Fluet
Dear Neighbor, 

I hope you are doing well. Here are a few updates from the county and town. 

COVID-19 Update

Starting this week, Californians age 16 years and older will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine throughout the state. For more information on this expanded eligibility, please visit the state’s vaccination distribution plan.
 
Please understand that the County continues to have an extremely limited amount of vaccine and, as a result, it has not been able to host large-scale vaccination opportunities recently. The County plans on re-launching its mass vaccination site at the San Mateo Event Center as supplies allow.  
 
Aside from mass vaccination events, there are other ways to schedule a vaccine appointment in San Mateo County. Anyone eligible and interested in getting vaccinated should contact their primary care provider or pharmacy to understand how they will be providing the vaccine.  


Planning Commission Vacancy - District 1

The town currently has a vacancy for a District 1 planning commissioner. A map of District 1 can be found here. The deadline to apply is Friday, May 14, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. This is a great opportunity to serve the town and we encourage anyone interested to apply.

More information about the commission vacancy and the commission's duties can be found here. Interested residents may check residency requirements, request information, and submit applications to the Town Clerk by emailing Jennifer Li at jli@woodsidetown.org. 


Neighborhood Clean-up Day

Greenwaste is hosting its next neighborhood clean-up day on Saturday, May 8, 2021. As before, it will be held at Woodside Elementary School from 8am to 11am. In order to drop off items, you must present the notice that was sent to you in the mail.  If you did not receive a notice, please call Greenwaste at 650-568-9900.


Town Council Meeting

The Town Council met virtually on Tuesday (4/13/21). The full agenda can be found here

Among other actions, the Town Council approved funding to support the Old La Honda Community's Fiber Broadband Project. The Council also moved forward with a plan to enable Independence Hall to function as a Zoom Room, which will meet the community's desire to maintain remote participation in town meetings even after in-person meetings resume.

Finally, I am happy to announce that the Council appointed Adolph Rosekrans to serve as the new planning commissioner for District 4. Congratulations Adolph!

 
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As always, I am here to answer your questions and address your concerns. I post regularly on my Facebook page regarding Town and County news if you want more information.  

Take care of your families and neighbors.

Ned Fluet
Councilmember, Town of Woodside


For questions, comments, or concerns you may reach me at n.fluet@woodsidetown.org  
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