The Redwood City city council has rejected an appeal challenging a proposed 402-unit development at Pete's Harbor.
Monday night's unanimous vote means the project by developer Paul Powers can proceed once necessary permits are obtained.
The vote upheld the city planning commission's approval of the project. It followed speeches by at least 30 people, the vast majority in favor of the development.
The appeal was brought by Alison Madden and her group, San Francisco Marinas for All, which was born out of the fight over live-in boats at Pete's Harbor. Among other things, the appeal claimed the Environmental Impact Report was not sufficient.