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HEART of San Mateo County Down Payment Loans for First Time Homebuyers

July 18, 2016 

HEART, the Housing Endowment and Regional Trust of San Mateo County, is offering larger, first-time homebuyer down payment assistance loans for new homebuyers in San Mateo County. New homebuyers in San Mateo County can now purchase homes costing up to $781,875; the HEART loan program offers up to $117,281 as a down payment assistance second loan to help qualified moderate-income families with good credit to buy their first home in the area. Program details are available at www.heartofsmc.org.

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Blood Centers of the Pacific Issues Urgent Public Appeal for Donors

July 18, 2016 

Blood Centers of the Pacific issues an urgent critical public appeal for donors of all blood types due to extreme blood shortage. To schedule a donation appointment, please visit bloodheroes.com or call 1-888-393-GIVE (4483).

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Safeway Hiring for Fairmont Center Store

July 13, 2016 

Safeway is looking for Team Members for their new store in Pacifica at the Fairmont Center. Many positions being offered. Interested candidates should submit a profile and an online application to careersatsafeway.com . Please see the attached flyer for details.

Safeway Grand-Opening Now Hiring Flyer

Devil's Slide Shuttle Service - No Longer in Service

June 28, 2016 

The Devil's Slide Ride Shuttle Service has been discontinued. The service; provided in partnership by the Pacifica Chamber of Commerce, the City of Pacifica, San Mateo Transit Authority, and Recology; included 17 stops throughout Pacifica and a stop at the Devil's Slide Trail.

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City Take Steps to Develop its Vacant Property at 2212 Beach Boulevard with Library and Hotel

November 16, 2015 
Monday, October 26 the City Council approved the release of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) as the first step in selecting a developer for the city's oceanfront property at 2212 Beach Boulevard, just south of the Pacifica Pier. This property is also the proposed site for the new public library, which would occupy a portion of the 3.5 acre site. The RFQ seeks a hotel developer since a hotel would help achieve many economic development and coast access goals and priorities. In addition, it would bring increased tax revenue to support fiscal sustainability for the City.
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