Volume 2 Issue 2
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Book-to-Action 2018 takes on immigration 

Hayward Book to Action, a collaborative project of the Hayward Public Library and Cal State University East Bay, has opened its 2018 program—a series of book discussions and community events on the issue of immigration and the memoir, In the Country We Love: A Family Divided.
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New affordable housing requirements for developers

New affordable housing requirements for residential developers in Hayward took effect on Feb. 1—including an increase in fees for builders who choose not to include below-market units in their projects.
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Demolition of closed Kaiser hospital to begin

Kaiser Hayward - Photo by Paul Kuroda, East Bay Times
Kaiser Permanente says it will begin late next month the planned demolition of its closed four-story South Hayward hospital, adjoining two-story medical office building and pedestrian bridge over Tennyson Avenue.
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Height limits lifted for new airport hotels

The City Council voted Feb. 6 to lift the 40-foot height limit at Hayward Executive Airport to spur development of new full-service airport hotels with restaurant and banquet facilities.
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A new way to get help—Text "911"

The Hayward Police Department announced this month that city emergency dispatchers will be equipped to receive and respond to mobile telephone 9-1-1 text messages effective immediately.
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