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The Pilot -- July 2012 Issue

The Pilot -- July 2012 Issue

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Find out the latest about what's going on in our neighborhoods with this issue of the Redwood Shores Community Association's monthly newsletter, The Pilot.
Find out the latest about what's going on in our neighborhoods with this issue of the Redwood Shores Community Association's monthly newsletter, The Pilot.

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Volume 42 Number 7Redwood Shores Community AssociationJuly 2012
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RSCA Calendar 2012
Sunday July 22nd Marlin Park 5-7pmJokers and Thieves (Rock/Soul)Sunday Aug. 12th Marlin Park 5-7pmBell Brothers (Country)Saturday –Aug. 25th Levee CleanupMariner’s Park –8:30am-12 noon, BBQSaturday Sept. 8th E-Recycling 10am - 2pmRedwood Shores LibraryTuesday Oct. 9th RWS Library 6:30pmCommunity Meeting with RWC Police Chief
Stealing 3rd –
Craig Nieves and Greg Muldoonformed the band in 2007, and just by chance, are both RWSresidents. Nieves is the lead singer and Master of ceremonies.They brought a crowd on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The band is known for engaging audiences. Excellentmusicianship combined with fun and funky rock style made Stealing 3rd a great wayfor Sounds of the Shores to start the summer series, brought to you by RSCA and
July 22 • Rock and SoulPresented by Jokers & Thieves
They are a fun and talented band presenting great music andentertainment for all.They play melodicoriginals on their self-titled debut CD. TheBand plays clubs andevents all over the greaterSan Francisco Bay Area.Jokers & Thieves alsoplays the new popularradio songs that fansrecognize and enjoy
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August 12 • Country RockPresented by Bell Brothers
A Simply Rockin’!Northern California’stop Country Rockband, The BellBrothers, deliver acontagious and highenergy performancewith their strongvocal harmoniesand their rock solidmusicianship. Sinceforming in 2005, The Bell Brothers have climbed to the top of California’s Country Music Scene, building a solid reputationas one of the area’s most in-demand live acts.
 
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REDWOOD SHORESCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
270 Redwood Shores Parkway, PMB #205Redwood Shores, CA 94065 - 1173rsca.org2012 Board
PRESIDENTHarris Rogers....................................harris.rogers@comcast.netVICE PRESIDENTSue Nix...............................................smn3333@gmail.comSECRETARYLynn Adams........................................randladams@aol.comTREASURERStephen Bellingham...........................sbellingham@apr.com
PAST PRESIDENT
Doug Crisman.......................................djcrisman@aol.com
BOARD MEMBERS
The Board of Directors meets promptly at 7pm,the third Thursday of each month atThe Redwood Shores Library
DEADLINES DEADLINESThe deadline for the August Pilot is the weekof July 16th to the 21st
THE PILOT 
531 Shoal Circle, Redwood City, CA 94065CPmert@comcast.netEditor, Carol Mertens............................................595-1595Advertising, Carol Mertens..................................595-1595Circulation, Carol Mertens....................................595-1595Shores Press..........................................................593-2802Design & Review Board Inquiries:Jim Cvengroscvensr@aol.comCarol Fordcarol_ford@sbcglobal.netSue Nixsmn3333@gmail.comFor CC&R Copies, Carol Ford - carol_ford@sbcglobal.net
THE PILOT 
is a monthly publication of theRedwood Shores Community Association (RSCA).Circulation: 6,000 Redwood Shores Households & BusinessesThe opinions published in the
Pilot 
are those of the authors andnot the expressions of RSCA unless so officially designated.Lynn AdamsMayling BellinghamStephen BellinghanNina BoireDoug CrismanJim CvengrosCarol FordCelli FrostMike MancusiCarol MertensSue NixJerry PatrickHarris RogersRobert SchmidtClemencia RodriquezMichael WhatmoreAndrew Young
President’s Memo, Page 3Art On The Square, San Mateo County HikesPage 4Benefits Of SwansPage 4Hair TrendsPage 10Redwood Citys BudgetPage 11Live Music in RWCPage 13But I Love SweetsPage 16New Ralston VP, RWS Resident Wins AwardPage 18Thanks From SandpiperPage 18New Supes Named in B/R School DistrictPage 18Teaching Your Dog Not To JumpPage 20Students, ExeriencePage 21Pet Proofing, Tech Trek PublicityPage 22Why Does Good Posture MatterPage 23Lynns Kitchen, Wine AppreciationPage 24Casually Chic, The Therapists CornerPage 25Library Schedule, Kids In ActionPage 26Museum Pass ProgramPage 26
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President’s Memo for July 2012
by Harris Rogers
We Live in Good Fortune 
I have recently had the opportunity to sit in on meetings inother San Mateo County communities, and it makes me realize just how blessed we are to live (or work) in the Shores. Weshould constantly give thanks for our good fortune. There areseveral things that make the Shores a unique community and con-tribute to our extraordinary good fortune.We enjoy the benefits of:*a protected “island”, with limited access and distinctboundaries defining “our community”, bounded by water onthree sides and Hwy.101 on the fourth.*a diverse population, with our immigrant population generallycoming from “high-trust” societies where there is generalrespect for the law and the norms of social life.*the ability to communicate with almost all members of ourcommunity. The PILOT goes to every residence and mostbusinesses, and you pass our roadway signboards to get toevery home in the Shores. This ability to communicate is aHUGE benefit to the Shores community.*a population that is almost universally English-speaking, evenif as a second language, which also makes communicationwithin the community much easier.*good infrastructure, an exceptional branch library, andtwo great elementary schools with extraordinary principalsand teachers.*an extremely “high interest” population that pays closeattention to community issues large and small.We DO NOT have:*problems with gangs or violence in the community.*problems with drugs and dealers on our streets or in ourneighborhoods.*problems with run-down & “distressed” properties that canbe attractors for crime and other problems. (All properties inthe Shores are covered by CC&Rs which serve to keep bothbusiness and residential properties in good repair.)
Still Two More Summer Concerts! 
 WOW!
In response to your many comments and suggestions, we madesome big changes in our summer Sounds of the Shores Concertsin Marlin Park this year.All our 2012 concerts are on SUNDAY afternoons!Second,we’ve moved the time up an hour to 5-7pm to (hopefully) keepus in the warmer part of the afternoon before the sun starts togo down and the evening starts to cool off. We expected thesechanges to allow more people to attend and in a more enjoyable(i.e., “warmer”) time of the day.If you missed the first, there are still two more concerts onJuly 22 and August 12. Check the web for more details.If you are on our email list we’ll let you know what’shappening about a week before each concert. If you want to be onour list, go to our web site at RSCA.org and under the “Feedback”tab, just click on the yellow “Join our email list” button.
Farmers Market in the Shores… YIPEE! 
After months of sometimes tedious work on the details, wefinally have a Farmers Market in the Shores. In case you’vemissed it, the market is located in the parking lot of the RWSLibrary at the corner of Marine & Bridge Parkways and is openfrom 11am to 6pm each Friday.Getting this market has taken a lot of coordination andcooperation from the City, the Library, the nearby HOAs andbusinesses that might have been impacted, and many, manyothers who worked hard to make sure that this market will bea success in the Shores.
Let Our Wildlife Be Wild 
We are fortunate to live near wetlands and open green areasand are consequently surrounded by all forms of wildlife.But we need to remember that this is not a petting zoo.As beautiful as some our birds might be, or as “domesticated”as some of our squirrels, waterfowl, and other small wildlifemight appear, you need to respect their space and enjoy themfrom a distance.Trying to touch or feed them, especially involving youngchildren, may lead to bites or aggressive responses. It is alsoimportant to remind residents and our guests that feeding,harming, or removing any of our wildlife is prohibited by law.Please respect all our wildlife…let them be wild and enjoythem from a distance.
School Funding & “Basic Aid” ? 
T
he Shores is located in two separate school districts. Forour elementary and middle school children, we are part of theBelmont-Redwood Shores School District (BRSSD). For ourhigh school students we are part of the Sequoia Union HighSchool District. Both of these are “Basic Aid” school districts.We keep hearing this term about funding for our schools, butwhat exactly is “basic” about a “Basic Aid” district?It means that these districts are limited to the income fromproperty & parcel taxes without regard to the number of students in the district.Good schools are a blessing to any community, and they arean “attractor” to families with children. Families are highlymotivated to move to districts with good schools. So thenumber of students the district serves can increase dramatical-ly with no increase in the funds available for our schools.And that means fewer dollars per student.
Meet RWC Police Chief October 9th 
A REMINDER: RWC’s new Chief of Police, J.R. Gamez, willbe joining us on Tuesday, October 9th for a conversation withthe Shores community about our law enforcement concerns.GET THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDARS NOW!
Tuesday, October 9th, 6:30pm at the RWS Library.
Chief Gamez is an avid listener, and this will be a great oppor-tunity to exchange information and have a exchange of ideasabout issues that may seem unique to the Shores.

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