Mark Simon

It is with considerable reluctance that I mention the new athletic facility at Cañada College in Redwood City is now fully open to the public. It is, in a word, spectacular. 

The facility has been open for several weeks on a limited basis for swimming and some activities, and even longer for Cañada athletes. The “soft” opening has meant a delightfully small number of users, hence my reluctance.

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edkahl

Just more of our tax money going into lavish college sport complexes instead of competent teachers and course offering that can help a student get a godo job.

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