Environmental groups want city to ban homes on salt ponds

A 2009 advertisement by Cargill Corp's developer, DMB, for a subdivision on the salt works property that would result in 8,000 to 12,000 new homes.
Daily Post Staff Writer

A coalition of environmental groups is calling on Redwood City officials to prohibit building homes or other projects on the Cargill Salt Ponds as part of the city’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to protect the city from any harmful ramifications of pollution and climate change.

The coalition, which includes …
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