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Friday March 10, 2017 XVII, Edition 176 www.smdailyjournal.com

San Mateo ice rink to reopen


Bridgepointe owner withdraws $8 million offer to
demolish for new retail, skate enthusiasts ecstatic
By Samantha Weigel since 2013. Since the rinks closure, a SPI made the decision less than two
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF stronghold of enthusiasts forged weeks before it was slated to go before
opposition to plans to demolish the the San Mateo City Council with a
rink by Bridgepointe owner SPI hefty $8 million offer in exchange for
In an astonishing about-face, own- Holdings. being allowed to construct retail in
ers of the Bridgepointe Shopping We are ecstatic and we feel shocked place of the rink just east of the inter-
Center announced they would reopen ourselves that after this long journey, section of State Route 92 and Highway
the communitys beloved ice rink after that Bridgepointe is likely to open 101.
years of battling with skating enthusi- very soon and we are thankful for the The rink has been credited with
asts and San Mateo officials who entire community coming together and allowing the former Fashion Island
sought to preserve the unique recre- working hard, said Dina Artzt, with Shopping Center to be redeveloped
ational amenity. the Save the Bridgepointe Ice Rink into Bridgepointe and is called out in SAMANTHA WEIGEL/DAILY JOURNAL
Thursdays announcement means Group. It feels really wonderful to be the sites 1998 master plan. The for- Closed since 2013, the Bridgepointe Shopping Center ice rink
skaters of all ages could once again at this hopefully end of the road with a is slated to reopen after the property owner pulled a
return to the rink thats been shuttered happy ending. See RINK, Page 31 controversial application to demolish the San Mateo destination.

High school district


expects enrollment
bump by next year
Officials grapple with challenges
brought by student body growth
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF

Enrollment in the San Mateo Union High School District


is expected to increase so much officials should consider
increasing the available capacity at certain campuses,
according to a district report.
The district Board of Trustees examined the potential
challenges associated with an estimated 210 more students
enrolling next year during a meeting Thursday, March 9.
The expected jump to 9,027 students next year is apart
from trends stretching across the rest of the Peninsula
where school systems are experiencing declining enroll-
ment attributed to the affordability crisis.
ANNA SCHUESSLER/DAILY JOURNAL Aragon, Burlingame and Hillsdale high schools are
Selby Lane third-grader Katherine Lucero explains that mixing paints to get the right colors for her Starry Night painting was
the most difficult part of her art project. Below: Selby Lane seventh-graders Bryan Avalos, Andrea Flores and Jaclyn Ramos See DISTRICT, Page 22
work on art projects inspired by Russian painter Wassily Kandinskys famous works.
Belmont budget stable,
Helping students see themselves as artists some concerns linger
Student, professional art to mingle at reception
By Anna Schuessler
Mid-year update sheds light on changing
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF revenue, funding for underfunded projects
By Anna Schuessler
Peninsula students will have a window into the life of an DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
artist at the Art Center of Redwood City and San Carlos first
Young Artists Reception Friday. The ability to put money away into reserves is one bene-
For Kelly Bravo, who has helped students engage with fit of an improving economy, yet a mid-year budget review
famous artwork and creating their own art pieces for some is allowing Belmont officials to look toward the future
12 years through with the Menlo Park nonprofit Art in should the economy change and prioritize deferred mainte-
Action, the event presents a rare opportunity to drive the nance and infrastructure improvements.
powerful connection between creating and displaying art Belmont Finance Director Thomas Fil is pleased to see

See ART, Page 31 See BUDGET, Page 23

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Thought for the Day


There is no tyranny so despotic as that
of public opinion among a free people.
Donn Piatt, American journalist

This Day in History


The U.S. Senate ratified the Treaty of

1848 Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the


Mexican-American War.

In 1 6 2 9 , Englands King Charles I dissolved Parliament;


he did not call it back for 11 years.
In 1 7 8 5 , Thomas Jefferson was appointed Americas min-
ister to France, succeeding Benjamin Franklin.
In 1 8 7 6 , Alexander Graham Bells assistant, Thomas
Watson, heard Bell say over his experimental telephone:
Mr. Watson come here I want to see you from the
next room of Bells Boston laboratory.
In 1 9 2 7 , the Sinclair Lewis novel Elmer Gantry was pub-
lished by Harcourt, Brace & Co.
In 1 9 3 3 , a magnitude 6.4 earthquake centered off Long
Beach, California, resulted in 120 deaths.
In 1 9 4 9 , Nazi wartime broadcaster Mildred E. Gillars, also
known as Axis Sally, was convicted in Washington, D.C.,
of treason. (She served 12 years in prison.)
In 1 9 5 2 , Fulgencio Batista once again became leader of
Cuba in a bloodless coup that deposed President Carlos Piro
Socarras.
In 1 9 6 9 , James Earl Ray pleaded guilty in Memphis, REUTERS
Tennessee, to assassinating civil rights leader Martin People feed elephants before a match at the annual Kings Cup Elephant Polo Tournament in Bangkok, Thailand.
Luther King Jr. (Ray later repudiated that plea, maintaining
his innocence until his death.)
In 1 9 7 3 , the Pink Floyd album The Dark Side of the
In other news ...
Moon was first released in the U.S. by Capitol Records (the Dead shark found in shopping vandalisms at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. Lieutenant Sean Ford said. No one
British release came nearly two weeks later). Officers found shattered glass at eight died, but the risk to that child and to
In 1 9 8 5 , Konstantin U. Chernenko, who was the Soviet cart in store parking lot buildings on the street and four more the mother. ... This stuff is just getting
Unions leader for 13 months, died at age 73; he was suc- ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. Authorities on a street nearby. out of control.
ceeded by Mikhail Gorbachev. are mystified as to why a 5-foot-long Around 1 a.m., police found 20-year- Both women were arraigned from jail
dead shark was left in the parking lot old Robert Corbit Hodges nearby. He on Wednesday; bail was set at $25,000
Birthdays of a northeast Florida Wal-Mart just
days before another dead shark was
was drunk, bleeding and carrying a
container of gelato.
for Frenette and $15, 000 for
Farruggia. It wasnt immediately
found nearby. Investigators determined the gelato known whether they had attorneys; the
The St. Augustine Record reports St. had been taken from Burbages Grocery, public defenders office in Concord
Johns County Sheriffs deputies were one of the targeted businesses. said it had no record that the cases were
called to the store parking lot last Hodges was arrested on charges of assigned.
week after the shark was found in a second-degree burglary and public Police say Frenette used an unsani-
shopping cart. intoxication. Its unclear if he has an tary syringe to try to inject Farruggia
Deputies talked to the owner of an attorney. at least once before she was successful.
RV parked nearby and learned that the After that, Farruggias boyfriend called
RV owner had woken to find the shark Police: Woman in labor 911. Shortly afterward, firefighters
Actor Chuck Actress Sharon on his vehicles hood. The owner said demanded heroin and meth arrived, and Farruggia gave birth while
Actress Shannon
Norris is 77. Stone is 59. he then put it in the cart. entering the ambulance.
Tweed is 60.
The sheriffs office says days later CONCORD, N.H. A woman in A police affidavit said while at the
Talk show host Ralph Emery is 84. Bluegrass/country they were called to driveway in Vilano labor demanded a friend inject her with hospital, the baby was in stable condi-
singer-musician Norman Blake is 79. Playwright David Rabe Beach and found another dead shark. heroin and methamphetamine before tion but was breathing rapidly, some-
is 77. Singer Dean Torrence (Jan and Dean) is 77. Actor The deputies called in the Florida firefighters arrived at their home and thing that could have been caused by a
Richard Gant is 73. Rock musician Tom Scholz (Boston) is Fish and Wildlife Commission to dis- she gave birth while entering an ambu- number of conditions. His urine was
70. Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell is 70. TV pose of the sharks. lance, New Hampshire police said positive for methamphetamine and
personality/businesswoman Barbara Corcoran (TV: Shark Wednesday. amphetamine. His mothers urine was
Tank) is 68. Actress Aloma Wright is 67. Blues musician Not-so-sweet escape: Gelato Police in Concord arrested Felicia positive for those drugs and benzodi-
Ronnie Earl (Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters) is 64. Farruggia, 29, of Concord, this week, azepine.
Producer-director-writer Paul Haggis is 64. Alt-country/rock
leads police to burglary suspect about six months after her son was According to the affidavit, Farruggia
musician Gary Louris is 62. Pop/jazz singer Jeanie Bryson is CHARLESTON, S.C. Police in born. He is in state custody. said she started having contractions,
59. Rock musician Gail Greenwood is 57. Magician Lance South Carolina were able to nab a bur- Police also arrested Rhianna went to the bathroom and lay on the
Burton is 57. Movie producer Scott Gardenhour is 56. Actress glary suspect when they linked gelato Frenette, 37, of Belmont, who is floor. She asked Frenette to come in,
Jasmine Guy is 55. Rock musician Jeff Ament (Pearl Jam) is in his possession to the same Italian- accused of giving Farruggia the drugs. as she was screaming and crying and
54. Music producer Rick Rubin is 54. Britains Prince Edward style ice cream that had been stolen Theyre charged with felony reckless said, I cant do this, referring to the
is 53. Rock singer Edie Brickell is 51. Actor Stephen Mailer from a store. conduct. Frenette also faces a misde- labor pain. She said Frenette had hero-
is 51. Actor Philip Anthony-Rodriguez is 49. Actress Paget The Post and Courier of Charleston meanor count on the same offense. in and told her it would take the edge
Brewster is 48. Actor Jon Hamm is 46. Country singer Daryle reports that Charleston police This case is just, honestly, off. She said she didnt stop Frenette
Singletary is 46. Rapper-producer Timbaland is 45. responded to a report of a string of absolutely appalling in my mind, from injecting her.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Friday March 10, 2017 3
Charles Velschow steps away from
the Belmont-Redwood Shores
Elementary School District Board school facilities to
By Austin Walsh
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF accommodate ongoing
enrollment growth as a
Often new opportunities bring a fresh set couple of his proudest
of challenges and occasionally tough deci- accomplishments.
sions, as Charles Velschow found when he He also took time to
accepted the job as athletic director at credit a talented and qual-
Woodside High School. ified group of education
Velschow stepped down from his position professionals for operat-
on the Belmont-Redwood Shores ing a functioning district
Charles which did not require
Elementary School District Board of Velschow
Trustees because he found it increasingly much interference from
difficult to manage his growing set of pro- elected officials.
fessional and personal obligations. When you are on the board and you have
I just needed a little more balance with a good district and good people working
family, work and public service, said there, it is an enjoyable thing to see things
Velschow. Its tough. But after six years, I work, he said. Its not a very difficult
had kind of done my job there. thing when youve got good people work-
The district is now seeking applicants to ing and doing their job.
fill the coming void left by Velschow, who That is not to say the district does not face
will officially depart from his post challenges looking ahead, said Velschow,
Wednesday, March 22. who identified difficulties associated with
The Belmont native said he felt more paying district teachers enough to live on
capable of managing his responsibilities the Peninsula as a primary ongoing con-
on the board when he was solely working as cern. He also noted the districts interest in
a social studies teacher at the high school establishing a school facility at the Barrett
where he now also oversees the athletic Community Center near central Belmont to
department. accommodate enrollment growth as an
But once he accepted the promotion in exciting opportunity as well.
2014, the hours spent after school became With more than two decades under his belt
more full, leaving him less time to focus on as an educator along with six years as an
his work as a trustee. elected official, Velschow said his perspec-
It was his plan to not seek re-election tive on the operations of a school district
when his term expired this fall, but the has substantially changed.
board recently opted to extend terms anoth- It was interesting, he said of his time on
er year under a state mandate obligating the board. I tend to understand how a dis-
elected bodies to hold elections on even trict works holistically.
years. Milliken said Velschows ability to keep
I didnt think I could make it to the fall of an eye to the long path for an elementary
2018, said Velschow, who hoped the tim- student has served the districts community
ing of his announcement would grant his well.
successor a chance to become familiar with Chuck consistently reminded the leader-
their new responsibilities over the summer. ship team that our primary responsibility is
Superintendent Michael Milliken to prepare our students for success in high
expressed his appreciation for Velschows school, said Milliken. Chuck was a pleas-
contribution to the district. ure to work with, and we will miss his pres-
He added tremendous value and perspec- ence on the board.
tive to our leadership team, Milliken said As he prepares to move past this chapter,
in an email. Chucks personal integrity, Velschow said he believes his successor will
connections in the community and profes- do well so long as they preserve a commit-
sional background as a high school teacher ment to serving the best interest of
and athletic director made him an invaluable Belmonts students.
board member. There will be a lot of things coming at
Velschow graduated from the Belmont- you, and you have to make the best decision
Redwood Shores Elementary School for the kids. Thats all that matters. As long
District, and has two children who have as you do that, you will be fine, he said.
graduated from the system, while one is still But you will still get some long emails.
enrolled.
During his time on the board, Velschow Visit brssd-ca.schoolloop.com/applica-
cited hiring Milliken and garnering suffi- tion_for_board_of_trustee to apply for fill-
cient voter support as a district to pass ing the board v acancy. Submissions are due
bonds paying for construction of new Thursday, March 23.

Police reports FOSTER CITY


Fraud. Someone on Cutwater Lane lost
$8,100 in a possible internet scam before
How to get arrested 5:51 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.
A 25-year-old man was arrested after hit- Hi t-and-run. A womans vehicle was hit
ting a deputy over the head with an by another driver who left the scene near
empty liquor bottle on the 600 block of Shell and East Hillsdale boulevards before
Second Avenue in Redwood City before 1:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.
3:46 p.m. Friday, March 3.
Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . An unattend-
ed bag was on a sidewalk on Gull Avenue
BELMONT before 1:24 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.
Burg l ary . Merchandise valued at $7,000
Di s turbance. An ofcers presence was was taken from a business on East Hillsdale
requested after a citizen was disruptive at a Boulevard before 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, March 7.
meeting on Twin Pines Lane before 6:48
p.m. Tuesday, March 7.
Trafc hazard. Two disabled vehicles were
SAN CARLOS
blocking trafc near Sixth and Ralston Theft. Someone stole change and electron-
avenues before 11:05 a.m. Tuesday, March ics valued at approximately $45 on the 900
7. block of Montgomery Street before 9:55
Reckl es s dri v i ng . The driver of a silver a.m. Sunday, March 5.
Honda was speeding and hit a curb on Arre s t . A 22-year-old Redwood City
Alameda de las Pulgas before 12:52 p.m. woman was arrested for driving while intox-
Monday, March 6. icated near El Camino Real and Greenwood
Di s turbance. A group of men were arguing Avenue before 2:29 a.m. Sunday, March 5.
on Alameda de las Pulgas before 10:40 p.m. Arres t. A 27-year-old San Carlos man was
Sunday, March 5. arrested for driving while on drugs and with
Hi t-and-run. A vehicle struck a pole and a suspended license near El Camino Real and
left the scene on El Camino Real before Greenwood Avenue before 2:45 a. m.
6:49 p.m. Sunday, March 5. Saturday, March 4.
4 Friday March 10, 2017 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Two arrested for resident on the 4100 set a projected 10-year budget deficit.
block of Marsten Avenue Local briefs At Thursday mornings board meeting,
residential burglary in San Carlos heard a noise and found a general manager Grace Crunican and her
started talking with the
Two Redwood City men were arrested for a male suspect trying to victim and then sexually staff told the board that the system is facing
residential burglary on the 100 block of open the side door. The assaulted her. She fought a $25 million-$35 million deficit in fiscal
Exbourne Avenue in San suspect fled when con- back, and the suspect fled 2018. BARTs 10-year deficit is projected
Carlos Thursday after- fronted and Belmont on foot toward to be $326 million.
noon, according to the police did not find him University Avenue. Directors were fairly split on whether to
San Mateo County after an extensive search The victim wasnt study the proposed fare increase and didnt
Sheriffs Office. Suspect of the neighborhood and injured, sheriffs officials hold an official vote on the matter. One
At approximately 12:32 adjacent canyon area, said. director had favored a study if it involved a
p. m. , a housekeeper according to police. The suspect was means-based fare that would be based on rid-
reported seeing a man The suspect is described as white, Suspect ers ability to pay.
between 35 and 40 years
breaking into a residence between 30 to 40 years old, thin, unkept old, weighed roughly 190 to 210 pounds,
Noah Vergara through a back door and with short messed-up salt and pepper hair stood between 5 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 8 Hamilton lottery
arriving deputies and a mustache. He was wearing a purple inches tall, and was wearing a green hooded tickets to be sold at $10
observed Noah Vergara, shirt with unknown whiter lettering on the sweatshirt with yellow writing on it. He
18, fleeing the residence front, a dark jacket and jeans, according to Producers of the acclaimed Broadway
also wore light brown or beige pants and musical Hamilton announced Wednesday
toward a vehicle and took police. dark colored tennis shoes.
him into custody. During Anyone with additional information or a digital lottery that will sell tickets to the
At the time of the assault he was also car- show in San Francisco at $10 each.
the on-scene investiga- security camera video possibly relating this rying a black backpack.
tion, Anthony Pintarelli, incident is asked to contact Belmont police Tickets for the show ordinarily retail at a
The assault remains under investigation
19, was located hiding in at (650) 595-7400 or starting price of $100, with many costing
and anyone with information about it is
the backseat of a suspi- police@belmont.gov. several times that much.
encouraged to contact Detective Mike
cious vehicle and refused The lottery begins in conjunction with
Suspect wanted for sexual Baron at (650) 622-8053 or mbaron@smc-
Anthony to exit. Deputies forced the shows first performance on Friday at
gov.org.
Pintarelli entry into the vehicle assault at Caltrain station Deputies are reminding commuters to
the SHN Orpheum Theatre.
and also took him into remain aware of their surroundings, avoid For every performance, 44 tickets will be
custody and evidence taken from the resi- San Mateo County sheriffs deputies are sold online at the discounted price. Seat
looking for a suspect who allegedly sexual- getting distracted by electronic devices and
dence by the suspects was also located, stay in well-lit areas where theyre visible locations will vary, but some will be locat-
according to the Sheriffs Office. ly assaulted a woman at a Caltrain station in ed in the front row.
Palo Alto last week. to others.
The lottery will open online at 11 a.m.
Police release sketch The attack occurred between 10:45 p.m.
and 11:10 p.m., March 1, while the victim BART board declines to study two days prior to each performance and
close at 9 a.m. the day before.
of residential burglar was waiting at the Marguerite Stanford bus 25-cent minimum fare increase People can enter the lottery by visiting
Belmont police released an artists com- kiosk on the southbound platform of the The BART Board of Directors decided hamilton. shnsf. com or
posite sketch of a suspect from an attempt- Palo Alto Caltrain Station, according to Thursday morning not to study increasing luckyseat.com/hamilton.html.
ed residential burglary on Marsten Avenue sheriffs officials. the minimum fare by 25 cents in an effort to The musical, created by Lin-Manuel
earlier this week. The suspect, described as a Hispanic man balance the 2018 fiscal year budget and off- Miranda, runs at the Orpheum Theatre from
Shortly before noon Tuesday, March 7, a with a short haircut and a trimmed beard, Friday through Aug. 5.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Friday March 10, 2017 5
Around the state
GOP leaders claim momentum Lawmakers try new approach
to end taxes on tampons, diapers
as health bill clears big hurdles
By Erica Werner and Alan Fram
SACRAMENTO Democratic California
lawmakers on Thursday announced revised
proposals to exempt feminine hygiene
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS products and diapers from sales taxes after
the governor vetoed the move last year.
WASHINGTON Republican leaders Assemblywomen Lorena Gonzalez
drove their long-promised legislation to Fletcher of San Diego and Cristina Garcia
dismantle Barack Obamas health care law of Bell Gardens announced a bill that would
over its first big hurdles in the House on fund their proposed sales tax exemptions
Thursday, claiming fresh momentum with increased taxes on hard liquor.
despite cries of protest from right, left and They proposed the exemptions last year
center. without a way to replace the revenue that
After grueling all-night sessions, the would be lost from the change. Gov. Jerry
Energy and Commerce and Ways and Means Brown vetoed the measures along with sev-
committees both approved their portions of eral other tax break bills.
the bill along party-line votes. The legisla- Tax breaks are the same as new spend-
tion, strongly supported by President ing, he wrote in his veto message. As
Donald Trump, would eliminate the unpopu- such, they must be considered during budg-
lar tax penalties for the uninsured under the et deliberations so that all spending pro-
Affordable Care Act, replacing Obamas law posals are weighted against each other at
with a conservative blueprint likely to the same time.
cover far fewer people but Republicans California law exempts some necessities
hope increase choice. including food and prescription medicines
The vote in Ways and Means came before from sales taxes. The assemblywomen say
dawn, while the Energy and Commerce REUTERS
tampons, pads and diapers are also necessi-
meeting lasted past 27 hours as exhausted Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaks at a news conference about Congressional efforts to
ties that should not be taxed. Exempting
lawmakers groped for coffee refills, clean repeal and replace Obamacare.
diapers from sales taxes could save a young
shirts and showers. repealing and replacing Obamacare, there the legislation would go to the Senate
family as much as $100 annually, they said.
Angry Democrats protested that Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said at a and, they hope, on to Trumps desk. The
president has promised to sign it, declaring Liquor is a choice and a luxury and
Republicans were acting in the dead of night press briefing where he arrived in shirt-
sleeves to deliver a wonky power-point over Twitter on Thursday, We are talking to female biology is not, Garcia said during a
to rip insurance coverage from poor
presentation on the GOP bill, part TED Talk many groups and it will end in a beautiful news conference at the Capitol. Its time
Americans. But Republican leaders sounded
increasingly confident that, after seven and part Schoolhouse Rock. picture! we tax liquor before ladies, booze before
years of empty promises about undoing The time is here. The time is now. This is Yet at the same time the president is leav- babies.
Obamas law, they might finally be able to the moment. And this is the closest this will ing himself a political out, privately telling
overcome their own deep divisions and ever happen, Ryan said. conservative leaders that if the whole effort Court: Gays in Mexico
deliver a bill to Trump to sign. Leaders are aiming for passage by the full fails, Democrats will ultimately shoulder still vulnerable to persecution
This is the closest we will ever get to House in the next couple of weeks, and from the blame for the problems that remain.
SAN FRANCISCO A federal appeals
court says increasing social acceptance of
UC sexual misconduct files show faculty resigned, retired gays in Mexico does not make them less
vulnerable to persecution.
A divided 11-judge panel of the 9th U.S.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS about at UC Berkeley in recent years also accounted for a quarter of the more than a
occurred at UCs nine other campuses. hundred employees found to have violated Circuit Court of Appeals reached that con-
SAN FRANCISCO An associate UCLA sexual misconduct policies over the nearly clusion in a ruling Wednesday that revived
In a rare look at the handling of sexual the asylum claim of a gay Mexican man,
professor who pursued a romantic relation- misconduct allegations in one of the three-year period but declined to specify
ship with a student until she was afraid to those cases in particular. The AP was able Carlos Alberto Bringas-Rodriguez, who
nations largest university systems, the alleged he was abused as a child because of
attend classes paid the university $7,500 cases show discipline was meted out incon- to verify at least 21 of the cases involving
in lieu of suspension. At UC Irvine, a dean faculty members, and found: his sexual orientation.
sistently. The files cover 112 cases from A smaller 9th Circuit panel had rejected
accused of sexually harassing a co-worker January 2013 to April 2016 at nine cam- In several instances, rumors about the
agreed to take a demotion and stayed on as Bringas claim, citing gay pride marches,
puses, excluding Berkeley, which separate- accused swirled for years before anything
a teacher. was done. expanded marriage equality and other indi-
ly released documents last year. cators that gays were gaining acceptance in
And at UC Santa Cruz, a professor
The Associated Press scoured hundreds of Two were fired and one instructors con- Mexico.
accused of sexually assaulting a female stu-
pages, many of which UC officials redacted tract was not renewed. Writing for the majority in Wednesdays
dent after a wine-tasting trip resigned
before he could be fired. The University of in whole or in part citing privacy reasons. Two people agreed to temporarily forgo ruling, 9th Circuit Judge Kim Wardlaw said
California later agreed to pay his accuser While the employees who were investigat- merit pay increases, one took a 10 percent laws in Mexico prohibiting persecution of
$1.15 million. ed included cafeteria workers and adminis- pay cut. gays were not evidence of on-the-ground
The cases, among a trove of confidential trative employees, the AP examined cases Six faculty members resigned or retired progress.
files released last week by UC officials, involving the most prominent figures on from their universities before investiga- An email to the U. S. Department of
show that the same lack of transparency campuses: the faculty. tions were complete, punishment decided, Justice for comment was not immediately
and lax discipline that critics complained The UC Presidents Office said faculty or as part of a settlement. returned.

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Around the nation


White House: Trump Legal challenges to Trumps
unaware of Flynns foreign agent work
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump was not aware
that his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn,
travel ban mount from states
By Martha Bellisle
had worked to further the interests of the
government of Turkey before appoint- and Jennifer Kelleher
ing him, the White House said Thursday. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The comments came two days after
Flynn and his firm, Flynn Intel Group SEATTLE Legal challenges
Inc., filed paperwork with the Justice against President Donald Trumps
Department formally identifying him as revised travel ban mounted Thursday
a foreign agent and acknowledging that as Washington state said it would
his work for a company owned by a renew its request to block the execu-
Michael Flynn Turkish businessman could have aided tive order and a judge granted
Turkeys government. Vice President Oregons request to join the case.
Mike Pence on Thursday called the action an affirmation The events happened a day after
of the presidents decision to ask General Flynn to Hawaii launched its own lawsuit, and
resign. Washington state Attorney General
At the White House, asked whether Trump knew about Bob Ferguson said New York state
Flynns work before he appointed him as national securi- also asked to join his states legal
ty adviser, press secretary Sean Spicer said, I dont effort. Massachusetts Attorney
believe that that was known. General Maura Healey said the state is REUTERS
Pence said in an interview later with Fox News that he joining fellow states in challenging Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin speaks at a press conference after filing an
also did not know about Flynns paid work. the revised travel ban. amended lawsuit against President Donald Trump's new travel ban.
Flynn and his company filed the registration paperwork
describing $530,000 worth of lobbying before Election Washington was the first state to reporters. After spending more than Rosenblum said the executive order
Day on behalf of Inovo BV, a Dutch-based company owned sue over the original ban, which a month to fix a broken order that he has hurt Oregon, its residents,
by Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin. resulted in Judge James Robart in rushed out the door, the Presidents employers, agencies, educational
Seattle halting its implementation new order reinstates several of the institutions, health care system and
AG suggests openness to around the country. Ferguson said the same provisions and has the same economy.
state would ask Robart to rule that his illegal motivations as the original. Trumps revised ban bars new visas
review of predecessors actions temporary restraining order against Robart on Thursday granted for people from six predominantly
WASHINGTON Attorney General Jeff Sessions sug- the first ban applies to Trumps Oregons request to join Washington Muslim countries: Somalia, Iran,
gested Thursday that he would be open revised action. and Minnesota in the case opposing Syria, Sudan, Libya and Yemen. It
to the appointment of an outside coun- My message to President Trump is the travel ban. also temporarily shuts down the U.S.
sel to review actions taken by the not so fast, Ferguson told Oregon Attorney General Ellen refugee program.
Justice Department during the Obama
administration.
Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt
asked Sessions in an interview if the
WikiLeaks offers to shield tech firms from CIA hacking tools
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sure on Tuesday. adding that the CIAs work would con-
new attorney general would consider We have decided to work with them, tinue despite the efforts of Assange
designating an outside counsel not WASHINGTON WikiLeaks will to give them some exclusive access to and his ilk.
connected to politics to take a second work with technology companies to the additional technical details we Assange had plenty of criticism for
Jeff Sessions look at Justice Department actions that
help defend them against the CIAs have, so that fixes can be developed the agency himself, blasting it for
provoked Republican ire in the last eight years. Those hacking tools, founder Julian Assange and pushed out, Assange said. The having lost control of its entire
include the Fast and Furious gun scandal and the decisions said Thursday. The move sets up a digital blueprints for what he described cyberweapons arsenal, something he
against bringing criminal charges over Hillary Clintons potential conflict between Silicon as cyberweapons would be published described as a historic act of devastat-
email practices or the Internal Revenue Services treat- Valley firms eager to protect their to the world once this material is ing incompetence.
ment of conservative groups. products and an intelligence agency effectively disarmed by us. The fate of that alleged arsenal is
stung by the radical transparency The CIA did not respond directly to unclear. WikiLeaks has not released
Con artists prey on immigrants groups disclosures. Assanges offer, but it appeared to take the actual digital espionage tools
fearing a Trump crackdown In an online news conference, a dim view of the announcement. themselves, just documentation relat-
NEW YORK Authorities say con artists are exploiting Assange said some companies had As weve said previously, Julian ed to them which describe in various
immigrants fears of deportation by posing as federal asked for more details about the pur- Assange is not exactly a bastion of levels of detail how the CIA bypasses
agents and demanding they pay up or else. ported CIA cyberespionage toolkit truth and integrity, CIA spokes- anti-viruses, hacks into smartphones
An immigrant in New York City, for example, got a call that he revealed in a massive disclo- woman Heather Fritz Horniak said, and even hijacks smart TVs.
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Trump administration announces
steps to avoid national debt default
By Martin Crutsinger exhausted by
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sometime in the
fall.
In his letter to
WASHINGTON The Trump all members of
administration is letting Congress Congress,
know that it will begin taking Mnuchin urged
steps next week to keep the gov- lawmakers not
ernment from an unprecedented to delay acting.
default on the national debt. As I said in
Treasury Secretary Steven Steven
my confirma-
Mnuchin said in a letter to law- Mnuchin tion hearing,
makers released Thursday that he honoring the full faith and credit
will employ measures to avoid of our outstanding debt is a critical
breaching the borrowing limit commitment, Mnuchin wrote. I
once the current suspension of the encouraged Congress to raise the
limit expires on March 16. debt limit at the first opportunity
Once that happens, Treasury will so that we can proceed with our
REUTERS use a variety of bookkeeping joint priorities.
Scott Pruitt, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, speaks to employees of the Agency. maneuvers to continue to finance Under former President Barack
government operations, including Obama, Republicans often sought

EPA chief: Carbon dioxide not making interest payments on the


national debt. However, the
Congressional Budget Office esti-
to use must-pass legislation to
raise the borrowing limit as lever-
age to force the administration to

the primary cause of warming tributor to the global warming Kerry Emanuel.
mated in a report earlier this week
that those measures will be
impose greater controls on spend-
ing.
By Matthew Daly
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS that we see, Pruitt told CNBCs
Squawk Box.
Scott Pruitt is just wrong on
this, he said.
Art Longinidis Obituary
Pruitts view is contrary to The Associated Press sent Art Longinidis, age 83, died
WASHINGTON The new chief peacefully Monday, March 6, Tuesday, March
of the Environmental Protection mainstream climate science, Pruitts comments to numerous 14. All services
including NASA, the National scientists who study climate. All 2017. Born Aug. 15, 1933, in
Agency said Thursday he does not Crimea, Russia, he lived in will be held at
believe that carbon dioxide is a Oceanic and Atmospheric seven climate scientists who the Greek
Administration and the EPA itself. responded said Pruitt was wrong Greece, San Francisco and then
primary contributor to global settled in Belmont, California. He Ort h o do x
warming, a statement at odds with Carbon dioxide is the biggest and that carbon dioxide is the pri- Church of the
heat trapping force and is respon- mary driver of global warming. worked as a computer programmer
mainstream scientific consensus until retiring in 1999. Holy Cross,
and his own agency. sible for about 33 times more NASA and NOAA reported in 900 Alameda de
added warming than natural causes, January that earths 2016 tempera- Survived by wife Christine;
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt children John (Karina) Longinidis las Pulgas,
said measuring the effect of human according to calculations from the tures were the warmest ever. The Belmont, CA.
Nobel Prize winning planets average surface tempera- and Ellen (Andrzej) Skoskiewicz;
activity on the climate is very grandchildren Leanna, Luke, Jack, Interment at Greek Orthodox
challenging and that theres Intergovernmental Panel on ture has risen about 2 degrees Memorial Park in Colma, CA.
Climate Change organized by the Fahrenheit since the late 19th cen- Sophia, Vanessa and Elle; and sis-
tremendous disagreement about ter Maria Christidis of Sydney, In lieu of flowers, the family
the degree of impact of carbon United Nations. tury, a change driven largely by requests memorial donations be
The panels calculations mean increased carbon dioxide and other Australia.
dioxide and other greenhouse A Trisagion Service will be 7 made to AHEPA National
gases. carbon dioxide alone accounts for human-made emissions into the Organization, Chapter A392 or
between 1 and 3 degrees warming, atmosphere, the agencies said in p.m. Monday, March 13, followed
So, no, I would not agree that by a funeral service 11 a. m. Church of the Holy Cross in
(carbon dioxide) is a primary con- said MIT atmospheric scientist a joint statement. Belmont, CA.

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Congress probing Islamic State


counter-propaganda operations
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of Utah, said in a statement.
Chaffetz, Rep. Elijah Cummings of
WASHINGTON Congressional investi- Maryland, the committees top Democrat,
gators are demanding documents and con- and other lawmakers on the panel requested
tacting witnesses in a wide-ranging probe of corporate and government information
the Defense Departments troubled anti- about the program in separate letters to the
propaganda efforts against the Islamic State. contractor running WebOps, Alabama-based
The investigation by the House Oversight Colsa Corp., and to Defense Secretary Jim
and Government Affairs Committee follows Mattis.
reporting by the Associated Press in January WebOps relies on dozens of Arabic-speak-
that uncovered critical problems with the ing analysts who scour Twitter and other
program known as WebOps and revealed social media platforms for people whose
conflicts of interest in a new contract poten- postings suggest they are vulnerable to the
tially worth $500 million to expand psy- Islamic States sophisticated propaganda.
chological operations against terrorist Using fictitious identities, the civilian ana-
groups. lysts then reach out to these potential REUTERS
The AP found the WebOps programis so recruits and urge them not to join the extrem- A vigil for victims after a fire broke out at the Virgen de Asuncion home in San Jose Pinula, on
beset with incompetence and flawed data that ists. the outskirts of Guatemala City.
multiple people with direct knowledge of it But as AP reported, many of the analysts
say its having little impact.
Recent allegations of failings in our
fight against ISIS, particularly among
are not fluent and dont have the cultural
background the work requires.
As one former worker told the AP, transla-
Death toll rises to 34 in fire at
youth shelter in Guatemala
leadership, are disturbing, the commit- tors repeatedly mix up the Arabic words for
tees Republican chairman, Jason Chaffetz salad and authority.

Deported U.S. vets in Mexico hope THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fighting for their lives, some with severe
burns over more than half their bodies.
for return under Trump government SAN JOSE PINULA, Guatemala A blaze
that killed at least 34 girls at a shelter for
The fire started when someone ignited
mattresses in a dormitory that held girls
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS from where he had migrated to Lynwood, troubled youths erupted when some of them who had been caught the day before during a
California, illegally at age 12. set fire to mattresses to protest rapes and mass breakout attempt, authorities said.
TIJUANA, Mexico After manning a other mistreatment at the badly overcrowded On Thursday, distraught parents haunted
machine gun on a combat helicopter as a Today hes part of a group of dozens of institution, the parent of one victim said hospitals and the morgue, passing scraps of
U.S. Marine during the liberation of Kuwait, U.S. military veterans, most of them former Thursday. paper scrawled with the names of loved ones
Antonio Romo came back to the United legal residents but noncitizens, who were Officials said they are still investigating they hoped to find.
States traumatized by the death and carnage deported after criminal convictions and who who started the fire Wednesday at the long- Geovany Castillo said his 15-year-old
he saw. for years have tried to convince multiple criticized shelter on the outskirts of daughter Kimberly suffered burns on her
He says he turned to alcohol and narcotics administrations to let them return. They Guatemalas capital. It houses troubled and face, arms and hands but survived. She was
to try to quiet the nightmares, and made mul- acknowledge committing serious crimes abused boys and girls as well as juvenile in a locked area where girls who took part in
tiple suicide attempts. With addiction, he such as felony drug dealing, but argue that offenders. the escape attempt had been placed, he said.
fell into dealing, and was arrested for selling they did their time and being kicked out of Nineteen victims were found dead at the My daughter said the area was locked and
cocaine. And after getting out of prison, the country amounts to being punished scene, and 15 more succumbed one by one to that several girls broke down a door, and she
Romo was deported in 2008 to Mexico, twice. their grisly injuries at hospitals in survived because she put a wet sheet over
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What if it wasnt scary? Guest perspective
hope they were
By Kathy Shield made by scientists.
Guest
No more
Scientists are

J
ustifiably, the Oroville Dam
received lots of press. Using
the emergency overflow for
trained in all sorts
of things that have
very little to do
perspective
the first time in over 50 years, tens with their actual
of thousands forced to evacuate, and research. In partic- in politics. One reason scientists By Melissa Lukin
the images of helicopters lowering ular, we are taught often hear, from our peers and the

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boulders all make for good press and to understand rela- public, that we shouldnt exist out- n a typical day, over 100 domestic violence hot-
sell papers. But as the news cycle tive differences in orders of magni- side the lab. lines in California receive 15 calls a minute, yet
moves on, I am struck by the reality tude, a crucial skill for understanding But scientists of all backgrounds it is one of the most underreported crimes. Three
that this dam and its problems arent risks and rewards on a grand scale. (archaeologists, biologists and to ve women a day are killed by their intimate partner or
chemists, yes; but also doctors, ex-partner. Yet, victims of domestic violence are facing a
going anywhere. Rain is still Humans are notoriously bad at risk
entrepreneurs and faculty) are prepar- dangerous political tide that could result in more domestic
falling; snow is still melting. The perception. We are collectively terri-
ing to come out in force on Earth violence-related deaths.
primary overflow still needs a per- fied of things that are harmless, and
Day for the March for Science in Recent government actions regarding
manent fix. Two-hundred-thousand ignore huge risks in everyday activi- illegal immigrants are having a chill-
people still live downstream. ties, like driving a car. Scientific Washington, D.C. Im tremendously
excited to stand side by side with ing effect on undocumented victims of
The immediate danger was avoided tools that balance the risk of an domestic violence who already face
with some quick thinking and event with its impact give us a way scientists of all specialties, ages and
nationalities as we show our support multiple barriers to seeking help. Never
aggressive responses on behalf of to determine the relative conse- mind that approximately 80 percent of
the California Department of Water quences of catastrophes. To use a for science and scientists inclusion
in politics. But we need your help. undocumented immigrants are law-abid-
Resources. But risks still linger and, vehicular analogy, we can equate 50 ing individuals who have been living in
as the journalists leave, experts single-person car accidents with one Thus comes my plea. Do some-
the United States for over a decade. In
have converged in the area to deter- 50-person bus accident. The bus thing anything to show the
San Mateo County, thousands of such people with depend-
mine what to do. accident is less likely but more world you stand behind science and ents are traumatized daily by their partners, but are
This wasnt an unknown danger impactful; the overall risk of injury want to see the scientific method increasingly wary of seeking help. Because many dont
from vehicular accidents is the same. incorporated into policy. Call your know the difference between one uniform and another,
the Sierra Club and other environ-
In this way, scientists are well senator. Write your representative in critical trust of local law enforcement to report crimes and
mental groups warned the Federal
equipped to balance the costs of dam Congress. Teach a lesson about the to provide protection where its needed is being threat-
Energy Resources Commission that
updates to the potential risk of a 1- water cycle to a local Girl Scout ened.
this was possible back in 2005. But
in-100-year rainfall period. troop or chaperone a school trip to Furthermore, ICE agents have been alleged to engage in
it was unexpected: risk calculations
Depending on your personal values, tour a water treatment facility near- misconduct violate peoples rights, lie to them or oth-
showed it unlikely. The combination
you likely have a different opinion by. Convince your science-minded erwise try to deceive them. Increasing the numbers of ICE
of months of high rainfall, another
than I as to whether money should friends to make their voices heard, agents, as is planned, will only increase the climate of
large storm and warm temperatures and convince your resolutely not
that increased snowmelt was unlike- be spent on one large dam overhaul fear in which children are already being kept home from
to address an unlikely scenario like science-minded friends that science school, parents are missing work, etc.
ly; even more unlikely that it would really isnt scary. And when that
what happened in Oroville, or on In addition, congressional efforts to loosen gun control
occur in conjunction with a failure in march happens, Id love to see you
new pipes to bring water to schools, laws like S. 446, that would make carrying a concealed
the primary overflow. The risks were on the streets. Ill be the one in the weapon across state lines easier signal to all those suf-
vanishingly small, and the financial reforestation to address the ecologi-
cal impacts of the dam, a new desali- lab coat. fering in silence, documented or undocumented, rich or
cost of addressing them extraordi- poor, gay or straight, that their chances of escaping, of
narily high. The decision was made nation plant, or something else
entirely. their private matter being treated like the public issue it
to spend the money elsewhere, and Kathy Shield was born and raised in is, of interrupting the intergenerational cycle of violence
to hope that this combination of Regardless of your values, it is
unlikely there is a scientist politi- San Mateo. She is now study ing for their children are at risk.
events never happened. I hope the Nationally, guns are used in two-thirds of domestic-vio-
decisions in 2005 were made by peo- cian who can represent them for you. nuclear engineering at the Univ ersity
Because there are very few scientists lence homicides. In abusive households, guns are the
ple well-trained in risk perception. I of California at Berk eley. weapons used most often to threaten and intimidate part-
ners. And, despite laws to the contrary, even when the bat-
terer has a restraining order in nearly half the states, there

Letter to the editor is no formal system for ensuring guns are conscated. The
presence of a gun in the home during a domestic violence
incident increases the risk of homicide by at least 500
percent.
where else. destroy the benets of having a gen- Congress commitment to improving the response to
Acceptance of aircraft noise San Carlos also has a major train domestic violence and sexual assault has made a signi-
eral aviation airport here.
Editor, line. If the benets of having train Our airport was here long before all cant difference to victims and society as a whole. The
Regarding the March 8 Daily service are overshadowed by ones Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), passed in 1994, has
of us were. If you dont like its pres- saved billions of dollars in net averted costs. And report-
Journal article, County aiming to dislike of train noise, then one ence, you should probably choose to ing rates for women to police increased 51 percent
stem ight noise article, the Greater should not choose to live nearby. So live somewhere else where your sen- increase and 37 percent for men. The rate of non-fatal inti-
East San Carlos Neighborhood too is the case with freeway noise, or
Association seems to have adopted a sitivities are less offended, rather mate partner violence against women has decreased by 63
living next to one of our wonderful
mission to cripple operations at the than trying to suppress the necessary percent and the number of women killed by an intimate
parks with sounds of children playing
San Carlos Airport. Certain east side operations of an important public partner has decreased by 34 percent. Helping victims pro-
and parents supporting them.
residents, it seems, dont want to My wife and I are 30+ year residents facility. Until the day when aircraft tect themselves and their children saves lives, reduces
have to deal with normal airport of the Laureola/GESC neighborhood. operation becomes completely silent, violence and saves money.
noise any longer. We happily accept the noises of living near an airport is always going This is NO MORE week, sponsored by the national
One must consider that everyone ights overhead, trains on nearby to involve acceptance of aircraft nonprot by the same name dedicated to ending domestic
who chose to move into San Carlos tracks, freeways and kids in the park. noise. violence and sexual abuse. The story below, from a sur-
since the early 1900s has been aware Theres nothing wrong with explor- vivor, seems a tting reminder of the potential tragic con-
that there is an airport in our city. If ing adjustments to ight operations sequences of fortifying the barriers to leaving an abusive
Scott Highton relationship:
they dont like aircraft noise, they that mitigate airport noises, but
have the option of residing some- harsh restrictions could cripple or San Carlos My abusive relationship started out like so many oth-
ers: with control. Verbal abuse. Coerced sex. Physical
control. For 13 years, my ex-husband never hit me, until
OUR MISSION: the day I asked for a divorce. That day, he tried to kill me.
It is the mission of the Daily Journal to be the most He jumped me from behind, hitting me so hard with a gun
accurate, fair and relevant local news source for that he broke the butt of it on my head. When I tried to run
those who live, work or play on the MidPeninsula. to the door, he shot me in both legs. Then he held me cap-
By combining local news and sports coverage,
Jerry Lee, Publisher BUSINESS STAFF: analysis and insight with the latest business, tive for hours and I endured every kind of abuse you can
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Joy Uganiza ex-husband shot me in the arm and in the head. By sheer
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Stocks barely move as bull market turns 8


By Marley Jay percent, to $52. 19 a barrel in
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS London. Energy companies lost
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
High: 20,900.57 ground early in the day but jumped
Low: 20,777.16 in the final hour of trading.
NEW YORK U. S. stocks
meandered Thursday as the eighth Close: 20,858.19 Bond prices fell further. The
anniversary for the current bull Change: +2.46 yield on the 10-year Treasury note
market turned out to be a quiet one. OTHER INDEXES rose to 2. 60 percent, near its
Large-company stocks finished highest level in the past year,
S&P 500: 2364.87 +1.89 from 2. 56 percent. Banks and
mostly higher, but declines in
NYSE Index: 11,457.65 +9.44 other financial firms moved up.
smaller stocks across the board
meant that more companies fell Nasdaq: 5838.81 +1.26 Wells Fargo added 49 cents to
than rose on the New York Stock NYSE MKT: 2405.61 -3.75 $58. 70 and Intercontinental
Exchange. Russell 2000: 1360.12 -5.91 Exchange picked up 67 cents, or
The market started out with Wilshire 5000: 24,559.47 -4.05 1.1 percent, to $60.06.
small gains, then dipped in the Caterpillar fell another $1.84,
10-Yr Bond: 2.59 +0.04 or 2 percent, to $91.39 as the
early afternoon. Thanks to late
gains for energy companies, Oil (per barrel): 49.62 -0.66 government investigates the com-
major indexes turned higher near Gold : 1.200.10 -9.30 panys taxes and accounting. The
the end of trading. stock is down almost 8 percent
Industrial companies dipped as than two-thirds of the stocks on downturn in the economy. Celgene added $2.09, or 1.7 per- since March 1. Elsewhere,
heavy machinery maker the NYSE ended lower. Lefkowitz said there are few cent, to $125.13 while medical American Airlines led airlines
Caterpillar continues to slide. The S&P 500 is up 250 percent signs that will happen any time device maker Edwards Lifesciences lower after it reported weak
Health care companies climbed since March 9, 2009, when it bot- soon. While the Federal Reserve is contributed $3.53, or 3.9 percent, February traffic. It lost $1.56, or
and banks rose along with bond tomed out in the depths of the likely to raise interest rates next to $93.06. 3.5 percent, to $43.33.
yields. Trading was light follow- financial crisis. The current bull week, inflation remains low and Crude oil prices continued to Sears Holdings rose 52 cents, or
ing a three-day losing streak. run is the second-longest since he said the Feds actions shouldnt slip after the U.S. government 6.9 percent, to $8.01 after the
The Standard & Poors 500 World War II and it may have a stifle economic growth. reported a huge buildup in fuel company took a smaller adjusted
index picked up 1.89 points, or while to go, as wages are growing The key question is how quick- stockpiles Wednesday. Oil is now loss than it did a year ago.
0. 1 percent, to 2, 364. 87 and hiring appears to be on the ly does inflation continue to rise trading at its lowest price since Investors were also pleased the
Thursday. The Dow Jones industri- rise. from here and how aggressive does November, before OPEC countries struggling chain kept its invento-
al average gained 2.46 points to Bull markets typically dont the Fed need to get, he said. agreed to reduce production in an ry and expenses under control.
20,858.19. The Nasdaq composite di e o f o l d ag e, s ai d Dav i d Health care companies made the effort to shore up prices. Signet Jewelers said it will spend
rose 1.25 points to 5,838.81. The Lefkowitz, senior equity strate- biggest gains. The leaders includ- Benchmark U.S. oil fell $1, or 2 more money on technology as it
Russell 2000 index of small-com- gist at UBS Weal t h ed Johnson & Johnson, which percent, to $49.28 a barrel in New closes mall-based stores, and its
pany stocks lost 5.92 points, or Man ag emen t Ameri cas . Th ey rose $1.85, or 1.5 percent, to York. Brent crude, the internation- stock rose $5.62, or 8.7 percent,
0.4 percent, to 1,360.12. More typically die because theres a $125. 95. Cancer drug maker al standard, lost 92 cents, or 1.7 to $70.02.

An aging, maligned bull market gets some birthday love cuts, less regulation and other business-
By Stan Choe ics see a long list of reasons for caution. stock mutual fund has turned into nearly
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It was on March 9, 2009 that stocks final- $42,000 since the bottom, and this bull friendly policies would jolt the economy
ly hit bottom in the financial crisis, after market for stocks has already outlasted all out of its slow-growth rut. Stocks surged,
NEW YORK It took a while, but the Standard & Poors 500 index lost 55 but one other since World War II. Only the with S&P 500 index funds packing roughly
investors are beginning to believe this bull percent in 17 months and gutted retirement 1990-2000 run, which ran through the top a years worth of gains into a few months,
can fly. and other investment accounts. The next of the dot-come bubble, lasted longer. and investors quickly followed. Since
One of the greatest runs for the stock mar- day, the S&P 500 perked up by 6.4 percent, The long vault higher for stocks has November, investors have plugged more
ket in history is marking its eighth and its been racing higher ever since helped buy-and-hold investors not only than $60 billion into U.S. stock funds.
anniversary, and this time investors are thanks to extraordinary stimulus from the recover all their losses from the Great Slightly less than half of all U.S. house-
joining the party. Theyre putting more dol- Federal Reserve and a recovery in corporate Recession but also to add to them. The S&P holds owned stocks in 2013, with much of
lars into mutual funds and exchange-traded profits, with only a few interruptions in 500 set a record earlier this month, which that concentrated among the highest-
funds that invest in U.S. stocks, a turn- between. means anyone with the fortitude to hold on income households, according to the most
around from earlier years, even though crit- A $10,000 investment in the largest U.S. through worries about a double-dip reces- recent data from the Federal Reserves sur-
sion, the 2011 European debt crisis and a vey of consumer finances.
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Tigers rally late for win


By Terry Bernal A part of a dominant pitching duo Leigh has gotten tested early on,
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF last season, Earnshaw is the only with three one-run decisions through
returning arm with the graduation of NDBs first five games. Thursdays win
The pitching circle at Notre Dame- hurler Sofia Magnani. She has now was a close one for a majority of the
Belmont is now Madi Earnshaws strung together two dominant starts, contest as well as Earnshaw locked up
domain. including a 1-0 loss to St. Francis last with Burlingame sophomore Chloe
Saturday. McNamara to take a scoreless tie into
And thats just the way the right- the fifth inning.
hander likes it. Shes been dominant in every sin-
gle game, NDB interim head coach NDB (3-2) erupted in its final two at-
Earnshaw turned in a splendid bats though, scoring twice in the bot-
shutout at home Thursday in NDBs 7- Brian Leigh said.
tom of the fifth before sending 10 bat-
0 non-league win over Burlingame (1- In his third year with the NDB varsi- ters to the plate to break it open in a
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL 4 overall). After retiring the first 11 ty softball program, Leigh was pro- five-run sixth.
Notre Dame-Belmonts Ally Anagnostou is tagged up by batters she faced, the junior finished moted from assistant coach this sea- The team responded well, Leigh
Burlingame catcher Nicole Condon in the fifth inning of NDBs off a three-hit shutout while striking son with coach Tara Straube taking the
7-0 non-league win at home Thursday afternoon. out seven against no walks. season off for maternity leave. See TIGERS, Page 14

Colts go out in elite eight 49ers busy on


Caada is undone by Fullerton 83, Caada 65
first day of free
So Cal top seed Fullerton
By Terry Bernal
agency, sign 7
By Josh Dubow
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LIVERMORE Caada hasnt suffered
many blowouts during its two state playoff SANTA CLARA A year after spending
runs over the past three years, but most of free agency on the sideline, the San
Thursdays elite-eight appearance saw the Francisco 49ers had a busy start to the new
Colts outgunned from the get-go. league year as coach Kyle Shanahan and gen-
Going up against Southern Californias eral manager John Lynch begin a massive
No. 1 seed Fullerton College (25-6 overall), rebuilding process.
the Colts fell behind in a hurry and never The 49ers agreed to con-
recovered, suffering an 83-65 elimination tracts with seven free
loss to the Hornets Thursday at Las Positas agents on Thursday: quar-
College. terback Brian Hoyer (two
Caada (23-8) scored the rst bucket of years), receiver Pierre
the game, marking its only lead. Fullerton Garcon (five years), line-
red back with Orange Empire Conference backer Malcolm Smith
Most Valuable Player, sophomore guard Ian (five years), Pro Bowl full-
Fox, who scored his teams rst 10 points back Kyle Juszczyk (four
en route to a blistering game-high 35 years), kicker Robbie
points, including six 3-pointers.
Brian Hoyer Gould (two years), receiver
They werent really out on him, Marquise Goodwin (two
Fullerton head coach Perry Webster said. years) and blocking tight
And he pulls it from deep. As a team I think end Logan Paulsen (one
we took a few too many (3-pointers) but he year).
got open and took them and hit a high per- San Francisco is coming
centage. off a 2-14 season that
Foxs outburst stoked a 10-2 run and the matched the worst record
Hornets just kept adding on. Fullerton shot in franchise history and
60.8 percent from the eld, including 57.1 cost coach Chip Kelly and
percent (12 of 21) from beyond the arc. And general manager Trent
while the Colts have overcome their share Pierre Garcon Baalke their jobs. Despite
of decits this season, they were never real- a depleted roster last sea-
ly in it after Fullertons heady start. son, the Niners only signed guard Zane
Its really tough because if youre not Beadles and backup quarterback Thad Lewis in
ready from the jump, and theyre ready, then free agency in Baalkes final season running
youve got to play catch up, Caada fresh- the team.
man Antony Navarrete said. Youve got to It has been a far different strategy so far this
chase the dog and put it back in the cage, so year as the 49ers have started filling the
its going to be tough ghting from behind. approximately $100 million in salary cap
Weve done that many times this season. room, highlighted by a quarterback and receiv-
But this is a good team, probably one of the er who both have experience playing with
better teams weve played this year. So, I Shanahan.
TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL Hoyer made 13 starts for Cleveland in 2014
take my hat off to them. Caada freshman Keith Dickerson battles for a layup against Fullerton sophomore Dillon when Shanahan was offensive coordinator.
Reise in the Colts 83-65 loss Thursday as Las Positas College-Livermore in the California
See COLTS, Page 14 Community College Athletic Association quarterfinals. See 49ERS, Page 16

Sharks take down NHLs best Washington


By Rick Eymer shots for Washington, dropping to 34-10- Connelly tied it again with a flip shot
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sharks 4, Capitals 2 5. over Jones left shoulder after taking a pass
acquired in a Feb. 28 trade with Vancouver, The Capitals jumped in front in the first from Kevin Shattenkirk.
appeared in his first game with the Sharks when Winnick took a pass from Jay Beagle, Coutures game-winner also followed a
SAN JOSE Logan Couture scored two carried it across the crease and flipped it Burns shot. Holtby was unable to hang on
power-play goals, and the San Jose Sharks and recorded the first assist on Thorntons
goal. past Jones. and Couture reacted quickly in putting the
beat the Washington Capitals 4-2 on Thornton tied it with his sixth of the sea- Sharks up with less than two minutes
Thursday night in a matchup of division Daniel Winnick and Brett Connolly
scored for the Capitals, who lost their sec- son at 8:43. Hansen found him open in remaining in the second period.
leaders. front of the net for the easy score. Couture and Burns teamed up again mid-
ond straight since winning five of six.
Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski also Martin Jones had 25 saves and improved Pavelski put the Sharks ahead early in the way through the third period on another
scored for the Sharks, who have won five of to 31-16-6. Braden Holtby stopped 20 second period. He redirected a Brent Burns redirect in front of the net. It was Coutures
their last six games. Jannik Hansen, shot into the net. 23rd of the season.
12 Friday March 10, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

THURSDAY Kolchihara at No. 2 singles, 7-5, 7-5. plate with a 2-for-3 day, adding an RBI.
Local sports roundup Senior Connor Nathan was 1 for 3 with two
Aragon 6, Burlingame 1 RBIs.
Baseball and two RBIs. Alex Laubscher and Chris
The Dons won three of four singles match-
Loveland also had RBIs for the Gryphons.
Sacred Heart Cathedral 2, Burlingame 1 The Jefferson (0-1, 2-1) offense was led by es and swept all three doubles matches in Westmont 4, Sacred Heart Prep 2
The Irish improved to 7-0 to start the sea- Rudy Rivera, who drove in both runs for the dominating the Panthers in PAL Bay
son after outlasting the Panthers in a non- Division action. Sacred Heart Prep (0-5-2) managed just
Grizzlies. three hits off two Westmont pitchers to
league game. Three of the sets No. 2 singles, and No.
remain winless through seven games. Senior
Burlingame (2-2-1) got all its scoring in Swimming 1 and No. 2 doubles went to third sets,
Schafer Kraemer had two of the Gators
its first at-bat when DJ Capps reached on a with Aragon winning all three. Rithik
Half Moon Bay sweeps Westmoor knocks, going 2 for 2 to improve his season
catchers interference call, stole second, Booreddy outlasted Chris Hu at No. 2 sin-
Riley Rhodes had a record-breaking day to batting average to .421 (8 for 19).
went to third on a Mitch DeMartini sacrifice gles, 6-7(4), 6-3, 6-3. Richard Tang and
bunt and scored on Carlo Lopiccolos highlight a Cougars sweep over the Rams. Kelvin Yang held off Oliver Nix and Evan
groundout to second. The Half Moon Bay girls posted a 119-48 Mahaffey 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 at No. 1 doubles, Softball
SHC scored both its run in the second win, while the boys won 115-43. while Patrick Tse and David Wu beat Luca
Rhodes was part of the 400 free relay that Hillsdale 4, Homestead 2
inning. Keshawn Ogans drove in the tying Iacovone and Brad Williams 6-0, 6-7(8), 6-3. Hillsdale (2-1) rallied for a run in the bot-
run, while Jack McDowells steal of home on set a new a school record with a time
tom of the fourth to break a 2-2 tie, then
the backend of a double steal gave the Irish of3:58.80. Rhodes also set a Central Coast WEDNESDAY added an insurance run in the sixth for a home
what turned out to be the game-winning run. Section-qualifying time in the 100 back.
Nate Feix led the Half Moon Bay boys win over Homestead. Sophomore Brianna
Jack Cauchi was the hard-luck loser for
squad with win in the 100 fly and 500 free. Baseball Santos paced the Lady Knights with two hits,
Burlingame, pitching five innings. Both adding an RBI and a run scored. Two Hillsdale
runs allowed were unearned. Mitchell King took first in the 200 free for Sequoia 7,
the Cougars. San Lorenzo Valley 3, eight innings pitchers saw action, with senior starter
Sequoia junior Jack Wangsness was the Karinna Chong earning the win with five
Sequoia 1, Half Moon Bay 0 Boys golf innings of work, allowing two runs on four
For the second game in a row, the hero in a dramatic extra-inning win in non-
league action over San Lorenzo Valley. With hits. Sophomore Kealani Kafusi closed it out
Cherokees won with a walkoff home run. Terra Nova 249, South City 312
the game tied 3-3 in the bottom of the with two scoreless innings of relief.
Wednesday, it was Jack Wangsness grand Ryan Netzer and Nancy Blanchard each
slam that gave Sequoia a 7-3 win over San shot a 42 to lead the Tigers to a Peninsula eighth, the Cherokees avoided the game
Lorenzo Valley. Thursday, Kasi Pohahau was Athletic League Ocean Division win over the being called on account of darkness when St. Ignatius 4, Capuchino 3
the hero, jacking a 2-2 pitch over the fence Warriors at Lake Merced. Wangsness blasted a 2-ball, 2-strike pitch Capuchino (3-4) jumped out to an early
in left field in the bottom of the seventh to South City was led by Cameron Amores, over the right-field fence for a game-winning lead with three unearned runs in the second
beat the Cougars. who finished with a 44. Owen Amores and grand slam. inning, but the lead did not hold up as the
The two teams combined for just six hits, Ryan Pena each shot a 50 for the Warriors. The homer capped a five-run inning for the Mustangs fell at home in non-league action
with Half Moon Bays Noah Gandelman Cherokees (3-1). San Lorenzo had taken the to St. Ignatius. Cap totaled six hits, paced by
working six scoreless innings. Travis Half Moon Bay 239, Capuchino 285 lead in the top of the inning on a solo home seniors Kari Chavaria and Tanya Fisher, who
Mathieu earned the win after Wangsness Dino Ambrosi fired a 40 to lead the run in the top of the eighth. But Sequoia fired totaled two hits apiece. Senior pitcher Julie
worked the first four innings, allowing just Cougars to the win over the Mustangs at Half right back, loading the bases with one out on Swedberg got tagged for four unearned runs
one hit. Moon Bay Golf Links. back-to-back walks and a Texas League sin- on nine hits, as the Wildcats scored two in
Will Berkey finished with a 47 and Quentin gle, before senior Matt Casey drew a walk to the third and two more in the fifth to take the
San Mateo 6, Summit Prep 1 Fukai a 49 for Half Moon Bay. force home pinch runner Dominic DiGrande lead.
Jack Warren threw 5 2/3 innings of score- to tie it 3-3.
less baseball to lead the Bearcats to a non- Boys tennis With Wangsness following, he initially Boys tennis
league win. Half Moon Bay 6, Westmoor 1 attempted to win it with a suicide squeeze, but
Dom Monozon paced the San Mateo The Cougars dropped only one set in the bunted foul. On the next pitch, though, the San Mateo 6, Serra 1
offense with three RBIs on three hits. six matches they won in beating the Rams in left-handed hitting Wangsness ended it with San Mateo swept through singles play to
Garrison Wendlberger added three hits as well PAL Ocean Division play. his first career varsity home run. cruise past Serra in non-league play. The
for the Bearcats. Drew Davison cruised at No. 1 singles for Moving up to No. 1 singles for the Bearcats
Half Moon Bay, winning 6-0, 6-1. Miguel Carlmont 24, Kings Academy 3 was Daniel Basman, who won in straight sets
Crystal Springs 5, Jefferson 2 Isidro (No. 3 singles) and Noah Nemiccolo Carlmont (4-0-1) trailed early but came 6-2, 6-3. No. 2 Nicholas Chu won 6-2, 6-0;
The Gryphons scored four runs in the top (No. 4 singles) also won in straight sets for roaring back with a vengeance to rout the No. 3 Luka Tomasevic won 6-2, 6-1; and No.
of the second inning to propel them to a win the Cougars. Kings Academy. The Scots banged out 22 4 Kevin Fang won 6-2, 6-1. In doubles play,
over the Grizzlies in the Peninsula Athletic Half Moon Bays No. 1 doubles team of hits, paced by a trio of three-hit days by San Mateo No. 2 doubles Aakash
League Lake Division opener. Billy Ginna and Taro Tanaka won their match Grant Norman, Jordan Brandenburg and Josh Parathasarathy and Jonathan Chan won 6-4,
Chris Flohr picked up the win on the 6-0, 6-2. James Griffin and Calvin George Fong. Brandenburg fell a double shy of the 6-2; and San Mateo No. 3 doubles Dylan
mound for Crystal Springs (1-0 PAL Lake, 2- needed a third-set, super tiebreaker to get cycle as Carlmonts catcher singled, tripled Higashionna and Presanth Rajan also won in
1 overall), going 4 1/3 innings, allowing past Westmoors Johnathan Huynh and and homered. Three Carlmont pitchers com- straight sets 6-4, 6-3.
one run on four hits. Josh Goodwine finished Renziac Samatra at No. 2 doubles, 6-4, 5-7, bined on a one-hitter through five innings in
up in earning the save. (10-7). Juan Sarabia and Wilfrido Arcadia the mercy-rule shortened game. Starting Boys golf
Matt Mizota paced the Crystal Springs won by default at No. 3 doubles. pitcher Matt Reiley earned the win with three
Westmoor picked up its only win from Hiro innings of work to improve his record to 2- Menlo-Atherton 208, San Mateo 212
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Cal into Pac-12 tournament semis


By John Marshall Barefield missed a wild 3-pointer at the Utah put a big dent in Cals chances with a gy to begin with.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS buzzer, sending the Bears charging from 30-point win on March 2, part of five losses
their bench. in six games to close the season by the Big picture
LAS VEGAS The California Bears were Charlie Moore added 21 points for fifth- Bears. The Utes closed the regular season Cal has taken two solid steps toward the
embarrassed the last time they played Utah, seeded Cal, which moves on to play No. 5 with three straight losses, but earned a bye NCAA Tournament and can take a big one
a 30-point loss that put a dent in their NCAA and top-seeded Oregon in Fridays semifi- in the conference tournament. Friday if it can knock off Oregon in the
Tournament aspirations. nals another game that could be a big Cal set up the bubble match-up by outlast- semifinals.
Using that loss as motivation, the Bears boost to the Bears NCAA hopes. ing Oregon State in the opening round. Utah will have to sweat out selection
got a little payback and If you ask me, I think weve done enough Utah beat Cal by two in overtime in the Sunday to see if it will be among the 68
may have pushed their when youre talking about a league that has first meeting during the regular season and teams in the NCAA Tournament.
season back toward the three top, maybe five or six teams in the the tournament game played out more like
NCAA bubble. country, Cal coach Cuonzo Martin said. that one, neither team able to get much sep-
aration in the first half.
Rebounding edge
Jabari Bird had 26 No other league, I dont think in America
points and scored on a can say that. Theyre very talented teams. Kuzma had 13 points, but Utah scored 12 Utah was the Pac-12s top team in
key three-point play with You have 21 wins in the Pac-12. on eight offensive rebounds to it 30-all at rebounding margin at 7.4, but had trouble
14 seconds left, helping Utah came to life after falling behind by halftime. keeping the Bears off the glass. California
California hold off Utah 11 in the second half, shot 51 percent from Cal made five of its first nine shots in the had a 33-25 advantage overall and 12-6 on
78-75 on Thursday in the the floor and had a 38-24 advantage in the second half and did a better job of contain- the offensive boards.
Jabari Bird Pac-12 Tournament quar- paint, yet still couldnt finish off what ing Kuzma, building the lead 44-35 in the We had some breakdowns in our pick-and-
terfinals. would have been a good win for its NCAA opening four minutes. roll early in the first half and then we were
Up at their place, they really got into us. Tournament resume. The Bears continued to keep Utah at arms gambling a number of times, trying to steal
They brought the game to us and we didnt Kuzma had 23 points to lead the fourth- length, going up 57-47 on Birds 3-pointer passes, Krystkowiak said. We didnt stay
respond, Bird said. And today, we remem- seeded Utes. from the wing, their 10th made basket in 17 solid and on that penetration our bigs have
bered that game. It was only a week ago and I felt like we did a good job moving the second-half shots. to step up, and our guards werent in a posi-
we came prepared for battle and it showed. basketball, Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak Utah stormed back in the closing minutes tion to keep their bigs from getting those
Cal (21-11) led by 11 with 2:17 left, but said. We got some open looks. At the end of behind Kuzma, who hit a pair of 3-pointers rebounds.
Utah (20-11) charged back, pulling to 73-72 the day, some of those open looks need to in the final 67 seconds.
with 29 seconds left. Bird followed with a go down. We caught a bit more fire in the The biggest difference was within our-
Up next
hard drive and was fouled, but Kyle Kuzma second half and woke up. selves, Utah forward David Collette said. I Cal plays No. 5 and top-seeded Oregon in
hit a 3-pointer to make it a one-point game Both teams entered the Pac-12 Tournament dont think we played with as much energy Fridays semifinals
again. likely needing a decent run to have a shot at as we did that (first) game. You know, it start- Utah will likely play in the NCAA
Bird hit two free throws and Utahs Sedrick making the NCAA Tournament. ed off slow and we didnt have enough ener- Tournament or NIT.

Vegas NFL stadium lease wont be ready by end of March


By Regina Garcia Cano Three-quarters of the leagues owners must The team has presented the stadium UNLV Rebels in the end zone.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS approve the Raiders relocation, and they authority board with a lease proposal that Under the proposed lease agreement, the
could decide without a lease agreement covers the Raiders use of the stadium, luxu- Raiders would have to approve any field
being finalized. A vote could come at the ry box seats, concession sales, ticket rev- markings.
LAS VEGAS The lease agreement for a owners meetings in Phoenix at the end of enue, merchandise and parking. It suggested
proposed Las Vegas NFL stadium will not be March. $1 a year in rent. The team shall use reasonable efforts to
ready before league owners meet later this The team has told the board at a previous The team has been looking for a new sta- support collegiate field markings, but the
month, when they could potentially vote on meeting that the owners wanted to see dium for years as it seeks to move out of the team shall have no obligation to compro-
whether to approve the relocation of the progress on the agreement and financing outdated Oakland-Alameda County mise its field markings or field conditions
Oakland Raiders. before the vote. Coliseum, which is the only stadium used for collegiate games at any time, docu-
Members of the board that oversees the My sense is that the approval will prob- by both an NFL and Major League Baseball ments say.
proposed stadium gathered Thursday in Las ably come, if it comes, with some condi- team and is unable to generate the revenue The mayor of Oakland, the teams current
Vegas to discuss some of the terms they tions around whats important to the NFL for the Raiders the way more modern stadi- city, made a presentation Monday to league
would like to see in the agreement. They around what the content of that lease would ums around the league can. committees in hopes of persuading owners
made one thing clear: A final lease agree- be, Hill said after the meeting. The Las Vegas board heard Thursday from to prevent the Raiders from moving.
ment for the proposed $1. 9 billion, It came the same week the team presented the Houston-based attorney it hired for
65, 000-seat domed stadium wont be to the NFL a new financing proposal backed negotiations. Among the issues discussed The Raiders paid $3.5 million in rent to
reached within weeks. by Bank of America. The Raiders sought a were provisions that could be included in play at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Theres been a little bit of discussion new partner after casino magnate Sheldon the deal that would guarantee the stadium in 2016, up from $925,000 for the 2015
about the timing necessity of the lease, and Adelson withdrew a $650 million pledge features branding from the University of season. The team has options to remain at
certainly, we are going to work expeditious- last month. Nevada Las Vegas football team, which the stadium for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
ly in order to get that lease done, Las Vegas Hotel room tax revenue from the city is would play home games there. A site has not been picked for proposed
Stadium Authority Board chairman Steve slated to pay $750 million toward construc- Thats obviously a big concern to Sin City stadium, although a parcel of land
Hill said. But I also want to say that we are tion, while the Raiders and NFL would pay UNLV, board member Mike Newcomb said. near the Las Vegas Strip has emerged as a
not going to rush that process. the remaining $500 million. They want the fans coming in to see the preferred location.
14 Friday March 10, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

TIGERS
led off the frame by reaching on an infield Burlingame senior Nicole Condon had the
error. No. 9 hitter Ally Anagnostou fol- big swing for her team, breaking up the per-
lowed with a sacrifice bunt and reached on a fect game with an infield single in the
Continued from page 11 fielders choice when the Burlingame catch- fourth inning.
er tried unsuccessfully to throw the lead run- Four NDB hitters tabbed multiple hits,
ner out at second. paced by Magnanis 3-for-3 day. Sylvestri,
said. The (Burlingame) pitcher, youve got
to give her credit, she was hitting her spots. Then with one out, Bianca Magnani Anagnostou, leadoff hitter Bella Parks, and
We were trying to figure her out. It did take a scorched a line drive to center field that cleanup hitter Chloe Stogner totaled two
little longer than we anticipated. But the Burlingame senior Haley Crowell nearly hits apiece.
team rallied together, strung a few hits chased down, but the ball clipped off the While the Tigers have been keen on pitch-
together, a couple balls bounced our way, webbing of her glove and went for an RBI ing tandems in recent years from 2013-
and the rally to seal it in the sixth inning. single. 15, it was Sofia Magnani and Lindsay
So, that was key for us getting those extra They hit the ball really hard, [NDB,] and Mifsud who split time in the circle, and led
runs with us only being up 2-0 at the time. that was a nice try by our outfielder, NDB to the Central Coast Section Division
While NDB threatened several innings Burlingame head coach John Saucedo said. III playoffs all three years, including the
prior against McNamara who pitched out Its just one of those one-step-away finals in 15 Earnshaw, who helped the
of a bases-loaded jam in the third inning (plays). So, it was well hit. But defensively Tigers to the CCS semifinals last year, said
Earnshaw was feeding off the pitching she gave it a good shot. shes looking forward to shouldering a
duel and rose to the challenge. Marina Sylvestri followed with an RBI majority of the workload this season.
I would definitely prefer to have some single to put NDB up 2-0. Then in the sixth, Definitely some pressure being as they
run support but I know its hard, Earnshaw NDB rallied for five more runs on four hits, did an excellent job the years that they were
said. I dont mind being in a pitchers duel. capitalizing on three Burlingame errors. here, Earnshaw said. Im looking forward
I think its fun having that challenge and I [McNamara] has been pitching really to taking their position and stepping in.
dont mind taking it on. well for us, Burlingame head coach John Im excited. I know I have a good defense TERRY BERNAL/DAILY JOURNAL
Earnshaws Tigers finally broke through Saucedo said. Weve had some close games behind me and the team is going to be good Notre Dame-Belmont junior Madi Earnshaw
in the fifth, setting the table without get- so shes kept us in the game. Weve just this year. So, Im excited to lead them in the fires a three-hit shutout to lead the Tigers
ting a ball out of the infield. Nicole Perazzo got to back her up with some hitting. circle. past Burlingame 7-0.

Fullerton full of scorer that we have, but [Anderson] is the its one play at a time one possession at

COLTS
Continued from page 1
all-conference players
Caada was forced to choose its poison
guy who does all the little stuff for us and
really holds us together. So, we missed him.
And I actually brought him back a little bit
a time type of mentality, Reynoso said.
And, were young. We had a lot of guys
who hadnt played basketball in a while.
against the Hornets, whose entire starting earlier than I wanted to. But he made some And those are experiences weve got to
ve garnered all-conference honors this plays for us and we got into a rhythm. learn and get better as we go.
The Colts were playing with a personnel In 2014-15, the Colts advanced to the
season. Sophomore forward Kenny Barnes,
disadvantage as sophomore guard William
sophomore guard Dillon Reise and 6-8 Better in the second half state nal four. This year, they nish their
Green, one of the teams best defenders, was season one plateau shy of that achieve-
dealt with a season-ending suspension after freshman center Kendall Lauderdale were all The Colts turned in some spirited guard
rst-team All-Orange Empire selections, play in the second half. Sophomore point ment, but this after a 2015-16 season in
being ejected from a Feb. 15 win against which they suffered a miserable campaign,
Skyline College. It was Greens second while point guard Nick Anderson earned sec- guard Mike Pickney scored a team-high 18
ond-team honors. points while persisting with high-tempo nishing just one game out of the cellar in
ejection of the year, which brings with it an the Coast Conference North.
automatic suspension for the remainder of Based on Andersons performance drives to the lanes. Sophomore guard Davis
the season. Thursday, it was difcult to see why he too Kimble was held scoreless in the rst half, Im just really proud of them, Reynoso
He would have added a lot, Caada head didnt earn a rst-team nod. The sophomore but nished with nine points after a strong said. Im proud they battled for us. They
coach Mike Reynoso said. Defensively he was the motor that drove the uid distribu- second-half showing on both sides of the battled until the end. They never gave up.
would have been all over. I think he would tion for Fullerton. Anderson totaled nine ball. They never quit. So, Im just really proud of
have bothered [Fox] a lot more. He was one points and a game-high eight rebounds, but We just didnt want to lose, Kimble them. These guys did a tremendous job of
of our best 3-point shooters. So, losing also added eight assists. said. We denitely wanted to make it to the getting our program back to where we want
him, his rebounding ability, just his tena- Caadas only real momentum in the nal four, but we just couldnt pull it togeth- it.
ciousness hes a ghter. game came started midway through the sec- er. Fullerton advances to the nal four to take
Caada didnt go without a ght but, in ond half when Anderson came off the oor Navarrete added 15 points, while fresh- on Feather River-Quincy Saturday. In
retrospect, leaving Fox open in the early after incurring his fourth foul. The Colts man guard Lovevelle Shakelford came off Saturdays other state seminal, City
going was a mistake, according to responded with an 8-4 run, albeit that run the bench to score seven, and freshman for- College of San Francisco the No. 1 seed
Reynoso, who said he would have done took three-and-a-half minutes off the clock ward Josh Blueford added six. Still, estab- from Northern California takes on the
things differently if he had it to do over. as Fullerton effectively controlled the lishing any kind of rhythm lacked painfully winner of Thursdays quarternal game
We would have face guarded him to start tempo. And when Anderson checked back in as the Colts committed 17 turnovers, shot between San Diego City College and Yuba
instead of doing the other things, with 6:30 to go in regulation, it spurred a 43.7 percent from the oor, and were outre- College.
Reynoso said. But everything we saw on 10-2 Fullerton run. bounded 37-24. The state championship game at Las
lm dictated that he was not that type of Hes kind of the straw that stirs the It was tough in that sense to get every- Positas College is slated for Sunday at 1
player. drink, Webster said. [Fox] is that go-to body on the same page and understanding p.m.
THE DAILY JOURNAL SPORTS Friday March 10, 2017 15

Only finishing touches remain at Braves new park


By Charles Odum play the New York Yankees in an and I believe will satisfy even the will be ready for the start of the capabilities unlike any other
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS exhibition on March 31. Only sea- most discerning baseball fans. season. He said more will open dur- sports venue in the country,
son-ticket holders are invited, and Then we also have to deliver a very ing the season. Schiller said.
ATLANTA Workers grooming Schiller says a crowd of about good baseball team. SunTrust Park is located in the It should be the fastest Wi-Fi
the infield dirt at the Braves new 20,000 is expected. There will be open ticket sales suburbs, about 15 miles north of and internet speeds of any ballpark
SunTrust Park on Thursday wore Schiller acknowledged the new for a Georgia-Missouri college the Braves old Turner Field. as well as any mixed-use develop-
hardhats that cast a misleading park must be accompanied by game on April 8. That will be the Georgia State University pur- ment in the country, if not the
image. improved play from the Braves, final public trial run before chased Turner Field, which will be world, he said.
Most of the hard work is com- who finished last in the NL East in Atlantas home opener on April 14 converted to a football stadium to The new park has an interactive
plete. 2016. against San Diego. be used this season. A new baseball area for kids, including a zip line
We are completely through with We came out of two years in a The biggest attraction for the stadium for the school will be built and a climbing tower.
the major elements of the con- row where we struggled as a team Braves new home may be the on the property at the site of old The Chophouse, a restaurant and
struction of the ballpark, Braves and conversely struggled at the mixed-use development being Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. bar in right field, features outdoor
president of business Derek gate, he said. Its not lost on us built around the park. A crane still SunTrust Park has the feel of a seats with cooling cup holders.
Schiller said. we have to deliver two things at hovers over a hotel directly behind traditional stadium, with green The bottom floor, on field level,
That leaves about three weeks for once. We have to make sure the the stadium. seats and some brick walls and a allows fans to look through a
finishing touches before the first baseball environment at this new Schiller said some restaurants, large canopy. It also has a modern chain-link fence only a few feet
official unveiling when the Braves ballpark has everything to offer, bars and a concert venue around feel with LED lights and internet from the right fielder.

Bautista homers in win over Canada Baseball briefs the DL and went 5-11 with a 5.69
ERAon the heels of back-to-back 14-
win campaigns. Gray initially had
Sonny Gray to begin plans to pitch for the U.S. in the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marlins Park, struck his customary arrow-shoot-
with fans chanti- ing pose while holding a large plan- season on disabled list World Baseball Classic.
MIAMI Jose Bautista homered ng, blowing tain. MESA, Ariz. Oakland Athletics
and drove in four runs, and the horns and pound- Rodney struck out two in the ninth ace Sonny Gray will begin the season
Pirates, Cardinals to meet in
Dominican Republic opened its bid ing drums and celebrated by again striking his on the disabled list with a lat strain first Little League Classic
for a second consecutive World throughout the pose, this time without the plantain. and has been shut PITTSBURGH The Little
Baseball Classic title with a 9-2 vic- game. Jeurys Familia got the nal out. down from League World Series will make room
tory against Canada. R y a n The game also had a somber side throwing for the for the major leaguers this summer
Welington Castillo hit a two-run Dempster, a 16- for the Dominicans, who hung jer- next three when the Pittsburgh Pirates and the
homer for the Dominicans, who Jose Bautista year major seys in their dugout honoring weeks. St. Louis Cardinals play in the first
went 8-0 to win the 2013 title. league veteran Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano General man- MLB Little League Classic in
Before the game, manager Tony who came out of retirement to pitch Ventura and former major leaguer ager David Forst August.
Pena said his team looks better on for the Canadians at age 39, lasted Andy Marte. They died in separate said theres no
The regular season game between
paper this year. only two innings and gave up four trafc accidents on the same January timetable for the
the NL Central rivals on Aug. 20
Carlos Martinez pitched four runs. It was his rst game since the morning in the Dominican Sonny Gray r i g h t - h a n de r
will coincide with the 2017 Little
innings in rst career WBC outing 2013 World Series. Republic. beyond the pre-
League World Series in
and allowed one run when he The Canadians are in danger of liminary stretch.
Castillos homer came in the sec- Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
balked with a runner at third. Jose being eliminated in the opening This is a big blow to the As and
round for the fourth time in as many ond inning, when the Dominicans Gray, who was eager to start fresh fol- The clubs will attend a Little
Reyes had three of the Dominicans bunched six hits to score four runs League World Series game during the
15 hits. WBCs. lowing a forgettable 2016. He was
Dominican reliever Fernando off Dempster. Bautista singled home scratched from his scheduled outing day then play at BB&T Ballpark at
The Dominicans were the home Rodney had the crowd roaring during a run in the second, singled again in opening day last year because of food Historic Bowman Field, the home of
team and had the majority of support pregame introductions when he the fth and hit a three-run homer in poisoning. He spent two stints on the Williamsport Crosscutters of
from a boisterous crowd of 27,388 at the sixth off Dustin Molleken. the Class A New York-Penn League.

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Osweiler deal a stunner; Cutlers release no surprise


By Barry Wilner Yet another QB soon to be on the move, the Cowboys Tony Among the busiest teams were the
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Romo teasingly told fans in a tweeted video: Hey everyone. I Buccaneers and Eagles, each getting a dan-
just wanted to come to tell you its been a crazy 48 hours here. gerous receiver for its young passer.
Everyone expected a free agency flurry when the NFLs year Me and my family felt the outpouring of support and love from Tampa Bay brought in DeSean Jackson
began on Thursday. Predicting what happened with Brock all of you. Its been overwhelming and it doesnt go unnoticed. to team with Mike Evans as targets for
Osweiler was beyond anyones projections. I want to say thank you and we have a lot of think about going Jameis Winston.
One year after signing a four-year deal with Houston, then forward but well see what happens. Until then Im just going Jackson is one of five players since the
losing the starting job to Tom Savage late in the season before to keep listening to Bob Dylan. 1970 merger with 26 or more career touch-
returning and winning a playoff game, Romo could be headed to Houston to replace Osweiler now downs of 50-plus yards. Only Hall of Famer
Osweiler is headed to Cleveland. The that the Texans have room to pay him. Whether Dallas releas- DeSean Jackson Jerry Rice (23) has more than Jacksons 22
Texans basically took whatever deal they es its longtime quarterback or works out a trade will soon be touchdowns of 60-plus yards.
could get to rid themselves of a $16 million known. DeSean is exactly the type of dynamic playmaker we have
payout to the quarterback in 2017. The As for the Texans-Browns stunner, its possible Cleveland, been targeting for our offense, said Buccaneers coach Dirk
Browns and Texans are also swapping which owns the top pick in Aprils draft, will be moving Koetter. DeSean brings a veteran presence and a big-play
fourth- and sixth-round picks in 2017, and Osweiler, too. But the Browns had plenty of cap room to mentality that fits in perfectly with our offensive philosophy.
Cleveland gets a 2018 second-rounder. absorb the financial hit and load up with more draft picks. He is a tough-minded competitor who has the game-breaking
Far more predictable was Chicago releas- Were really excited to acquire a second-round draft choice in speed and pass-catching ability that stretches the defense and
ing Jay Cutler, who had no guaranteed this trade, said Sashi Brown, Clevelands executive vice pres- creates matchup problems.
Brock Osweiler money left on his contract. Cutler led the ident of football operations. Draft picks are extremely impor- The Buccaneers also added defensive tackle Chris Baker, late
Bears to the 2010 NFC championship tant to our approach in building a championship caliber foot- of Washington.
game, but otherwise struggled in Chicago. ball team. We are intent on adding competition to every posi- Philadelphia got perhaps the most covered wideout available
His ability, toughness, and intelligence were on daily dis- tion on our roster and look forward to having Brock come in in Alshon Jeffery, who left Chicago, and also agreed to terms
play at Halas Hall and Soldier Field. He had an extraordinary and compete. with Torrey Smith, who was cut by San Francisco. Carson
impact off the field, doing things for people, especially kids, Cleveland added to the offensive line guard Kevin Zeitler, Wentz now has two more downfield threats than he did in his
without expecting or wanting any recognition, Chairman late of division rival Cincinnati, and center J.C. Tretter from rookie season.
George McCaskey said. I was and am a big fan of his. Green Bay. Joel Bitonio got a five-year extension so much Philly also grabbed guard Chance Warmack and released DE
for the Browns needs at guard. Connor Barwin.

Raiders brief
Aldon Smith detained after crash
SAN FRANCISCO Authorities say suspended Oakland
Raiders player Aldon Smith was detained in San Francisco
after an SUV he was riding in crashed into an undercover
police car, injuring two officers.
Bay Area news station KTVU reports that the officers were
taken to a hospital Thursday for injuries that werent life-
threatening.
Police say Smith was detained for public intoxication.
Officer Robert Rueca said he wasnt arrested.
The woman driving the SUV was arrested on suspicion of
drunken driving.
Smith has played less than 20 games in the last three sea-
sons. The NFL had been expected to review his status this
month after he received a one-year suspension for violating
the leagues rules on substance abuse.
Smiths agent didnt immediately respond to a phone mes-
sage seeking comment.

49ERS
Continued from page 11

Hoyer won seven of those starts and threw for a career-high 3,326
yards that season.
His presence gives the Niners an experienced quarterback as a
possible bridge if they choose to draft one with either the second
overall pick next month or one of their later selections. Hoyer
will reportedly get $10 million guaranteed in the two-year deal.
One of his prime targets will be Garcon, who got a contract
worth $47.5 million with $20 million guaranteed and $16 mil-
lion paid in the first year. Garcon set career highs in 2013 in
Washington when Shanahan was his offensive coordinator with
113 catches for 1,346 yards.
Garcon is coming off his second career 1,000-yard season, hav-
ing caught 79 passes for 1,041 yards in Washington with three
TDs.
Familiarity is a recurring theme with the signings. Smith spent
three years in Seattle with new Niners defensive coordinator
Robert Saleh. Smith got a deal worth $26.5 million with $13 mil-
lion guaranteed to move from Oakland to San Francisco.
Smith memorably had the game-sealing interception in the
2013 NFC title game for the Seahawks against San Francisco. He
went on to win the Super Bowl MVP that season, but struggled at
times in his two seasons with the Raiders, especially in pass cov-
erage.
Goodwin, a 2012 Olympian in the long jump, had a career-high
29 catches for 431 yards and three touchdowns last season for the
Bills. He has 49 catches for 780 yards and six scores in his career
and would provide a deep threat to complement Garcon and lead-
ing returning receiver Jeremy Kerley, who had 64 catches last sea-
son operating mostly out of the slot.
Gould replaces free agent Phil Dawson. He spent his first 11
seasons with Chicago before playing last season for the New
York Giants. He made all 10 field goal attempts in 2016 and 20 of
23 extra points.
For his career, Gould has made 85.9 percent of his field goals,
including 23 of 31 from 50 yards or more.
Paulsen should also help the running game as a blocking tight
end who complements receiving threat Vance McDonald. Paulsen
has 82 career catches in six seasons with Washington and
Chicago, having played four years in Washington when
Shanahan was offensive coordinator.
Juszczyk, who got a $21 million deal that is the highest for a
fullback according to NFL Network, caught 37 passes for
Baltimore last season and is a strong blocker.
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without their dozing musher Baseball


Menlo School at Soquel, 3 p.m.; Sacred Heart Prep
at St. Ignatius, Menlo-Atherton at Gunderson, 3:30
p.m.; Serra at Burlingame, 7 p.m.
Atlantic Division
Boston
Toronto
New York
W
41
38
26
L
24
26
39
Pct
.631
.594
.400
GB

2 1/2
15
Atlantic Division

Ottawa
GP W L
Montreal 68 38 22
66 38 22
OT
8
6
Pts
84
82
GF
185
178
GA
171
171
By Becky Bohrer ing to stay awake. Boston 67 35 26 6 76 188 175
Philadelphia 23 41 .359 17 1/2 Toronto 66 30 22 14 74 201 197
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I was doing a pretty good job, Softball Brooklyn 11 52 .175 29 Tampa Bay 66 31 26 9 71 183 182
and then I lost, he said, laughing. Woodside at Monta Vista, El Camino at Harker,
Pinewood at San Mateo, 3:30 p.m.; St. Ignatius at Southeast Division Florida 65 29 25 11 69 162 183
Ill tell you one thing. From the Buffalo 67 27 28 12 66 169 196
JUNEAU, Alaska Add sleep to Hillsdale, 4 p.m. Washington 39 24 .619
Detroit 65 25 29 11 61 161 196
minute my body left the sled until Atlanta 35 29 .547 4 1/2
the already long list of hazards in Boys volleyball Miami 31 34 .477 9
the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. my face smashed into the snow, I Charlotte 28 36 .438 11 1/2 Metropolitan Division
Aragon at Hillsdale,Capuchino at South City,6 p.m.;Carl- Orlando 24 41 .369 16 Washington 66 44 15 7 95 214 143
A video posted on the official was still asleep, he said. mont at Menlo-Atherton,San Mateo at Mills,6:30 p.m. Columbus 65 42 17 6 90 207 149
race website shows a dog team that Fiedler told the station he has Central Division Pittsburgh 65 41 16 8 90 230 184
SATURDAY Cleveland 42 21 .667 N.Y. Rangers 68 43 23 2 88 219 179
arrived at a checkpoint without a fallen off his sled only a few times Boys basketball Indiana 33 31 .516 9 1/2 N.Y. Islanders66 32 23 11 75 196 197
musher. Now during his career. The last time it Nor Cal quarterfinals Detroit 32 33 .492 11 Philadelphia 66 31 27 8 70 172 197
Division I Chicago 31 33 .484 11 1/2 Carolina 64 27 27 10 64 160 186
youve seen it happened, he was awake, so he No. 7 Menlo-Atherton (23-7) at Milwaukee 30 33 .476 12 New Jersey 67 25 30 12 62 149 192
all, huh? a man said, Whoa, and his dogs No. 2 Heritage-Brentwood (26-4), 6 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE
Division II WESTERN CONFERENCE
in the video stopped. Southwest Division Central Division
No. 15 Cardinal Newman-Santa Rosa (26-4) at x-San Antonio 50 14 .781
says. I was really hoping for a repeat No. 7 Serra (15-13), 6 p.m. Houston 44 21 .677 6 1/2 Minnesota 65 42 17 6 90 214 155
Chicago 66 42 19 5 89 198 165
As the video of that last night, he said. You Division IV Memphis 36 29 .554 14 1/2
Nashville 66 32 24 10 74 195 188
No. 9 Menlo School (20-7) at Dallas 27 36 .429 22 1/2
scanned the feel a little alone and naked walk- New Orleans 25 40 .385 25 1/2 St. Louis 65 33 27 5 71 178 183
No. 1 Palma-Salinas (23-4), 6 p.m. Winnipeg 68 30 32 6 66 204 216
faces of the mel- ing down the Yukon River all by No. 12 Half Moon Bay (22-8) at Northwest Division Dallas 67 27 30 10 64 188 216
l o w-man n ered yourself in the middle of the night, No. 4 Central Catholic-Modesto (25-7), 6 p.m. Utah 41 24 .631 Colorado 66 19 44 3 41 129 217
looking at wolf tracks that every Oklahoma City 36 29 .554 5
dogs, a man Denver 29 35 .453 11 1/2 Pacific Division
Linwood could be heard once in a while, you go, Hmm.
Girls basketball
Portland 28 35 .444 12 Sharks 66 40 19 7 87 184 154
Nor Cal quarterfinals
Fiedler s a y i n g , Fiedler began dog mushing in Division I Minnesota 26 37 .413 14 Anaheim 67 35 22 10 80 173 168
No. 9 Folsom (26-4) at Edmonton 66 35 23 8 78 188 174
Wheres Linwood? 1977, according to his profile on No. 1 Menlo-Atherton (29-2), 6 p.m.
Pacific Division Calgary 67 37 26 4 78 184 182
x-Warriors 52 12 .813 Los Angeles 65 31 28 6 68 161 164
That would be Linwood Fiedler, a the race website. For the last 16 Division IV L.A. Clippers 39 26 .600 13 1/2
No. 5 Half Moon Bay (23-8) at Vancouver 67 28 30 9 65 156 192
race veteran. He arrived at the summers, hes operated a glacier Sacramento 25 39 .391 27 Arizona 66 23 35 8 54 159 213
No. 4 Arcata (23-6), 6 p.m. Phoenix 21 44 .323 31 1/2
checkpoint about an hour behind tour business. No. 6 Sacred Heart Prep (15-13) at L.A. Lakers 20 45 .308 32 1/2
Thursdays Games
his dogs after falling asleep and Race director Mark Nordman said No. 3 Foothill-Sacramento (27-5), 6 p.m.
x-clinched playoff spot Carolina 4, N.Y. Rangers 3
toppling off his sled, according to Fiedler faced no penalty for his sep- Toronto 4, Philadelphia 2
Baseball Thursdays Games Tampa Bay 4, Minnesota 1
information accompanying the aration from his dogs. Terra Nova at Aragon, 10 a.m.; Carlmont at South Detroit 106, Cleveland 101 Anaheim 1, Chicago 0
video. Its another story for his book, City, 11 a.m.; Serra at Sacred Heart Prep, 2 p.m.; Hills- L.A. Clippers 114, Memphis 98 Colorado 3, New Jersey 2
dale at San Mateo, 3 p.m. Oklahoma City 102, San Antonio 92 Calgary 5, Montreal 0
Fiedler checked in at 4:09 a.m. he said. Softball Portland 114, Philadelphia 108, OT Ottawa 3, Arizona 2, OT
Thursday and was back on the trail The winner of the nearly 1,000- Prospect at Capuchino, noon;Wilcox at Capuchino, L.A. Lakers 122, Phoenix 110 N.Y. Islanders 4, Vancouver 3, OT
2 p.m. Fridays Games San Jose 4, Washington 2
at 11:37 a.m., race standings show. mile race across Alaska is expected Orlando at Charlotte, 4 p.m. Fridays Games
Boys lacrosse Golden State at Minnesota, 5 p.m. Buffalo at Columbus, 4 p.m.
He told Anchorage television sta- in Nome early next week. Racers Menlo-Atherton at Serra, 3:30 p.m. Houston at Chicago, 5 p.m. Minnesota at Florida, 4:30 p.m.
tion KTUU that he had been fight- set off from Fairbanks on Monday. Track and field Indiana at Milwaukee, 5 p.m. Chicago at Detroit, 4:30 p.m.
K-Bell Meet at Los Gatos, all day Toronto at Atlanta, 5 p.m. Anaheim at St. Louis, 5 p.m.
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U.S. force in Syria to help anti-IS fighters By Philip Issa and Bassem Mroue The SDF, a coalition of Kurdish, Arab and
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Christian fighters, has been the most effec-
tive force fighting IS in Syria. The SDF has
BEIRUT A Kurdish-led force fighting been on the offensive in the Raqqa area
the Islamic State group with the support of since November under the cover of
U.S. troops will close in on the extremists airstrikes by the U.S.-led coalition with the
de facto capital Raqqa within a few weeks, aim of eventually besieging the city before
but the battle for the city will be difficult, a storming it.
U.S. military official said Thursday. Dorian said the SDF made excellent
Air Force Col. John Dorrian said the U.S. progress and the enemy hasnt been able to
force consisting of a couple of hundred stop them from doing the things that they
Marines that arrived in the region south of set out to do. He added that SDF fighters
the Syrian-Turkish border on Wednesday have so far captured about 6,400 square kilo-
will not have any frontline roles but will meters (2,471 square miles) of terrain from
provide artillery fire to support the advance IS.
of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Thats excellent progress, Dorrian said,
Forces. adding that SDF fighters have also cut many
The intent of their presence is to provide supply lines used by IS to try to either
all-weather fire support, artillery fire to sup- escape from the city or to have fighters
port their advance as they continue the iso- leave the area and conduct terrorist opera-
lation of Raqqa, he said. This is just some tions elsewhere away from Iraq and Syria.
added fire power that will be very difficult Dorrian said the SDF will need a few more
for the enemy to deal with. weeks to completely isolate Raqqa and a
REUTERS decision will be made about the timing of
The deployment reflects Washingtons
A rebel fighter fires a mortar shell toward Syrian army soldiers west of Aleppo. deeper involvement in Syria under the the liberation battle to begin.
administration of President Donald Trump The SDF recently withdrew from areas near
and thrusts the U.S. further into a difficult its bastion Manbij, west of Raqqa, to make
diplomatic entanglement. room for the Syrian military to deploy last
Dorrian told the Associated Press by tele- week. Manbij lies 70 miles (113 kilome-
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with a new dimension
By Jake Coyle ton and that old cartoon inter- lished), could certainly use a ironies, please, be our guest.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS face changes Belle into Emma few tweaks. It is, after all, a Director Bill Condons film
Watson, the Beast into Dan fable about finding beauty lets call it Beauty and the
The Disney live-action Stevens and maybe fixes a few within that ends, curiously, Beast 2.0 often feels in
remakes, of which the new bugs in the system. with the once superficial search of a purpose beyond
Beauty and the Beast is but Beauty and the Beast, that prince falling for a beautiful the all-but-certain dollar signs.
one in an assembly line, are tale as old as time (or, to woman hes kidnapped, whose Much of the live-action/digital
starting to resemble an iPhone pinpoint it, 1740, when the name literally means beauty.
software update. Click a but- French fairy tale was pub- If youd like to untangle those See BEAST, Page 20
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Abbey star Stevens, is more haunted and Thats all it is an easy to miss suggestion

BEAST
Menken and Tim Rice.)
And yet Beauty and the Beast finds its melancholy. that LeFou might find another love. And yet
own verve or, to quote Lumiere, reason But as the film nears its celebratory coda, this slightest wink of homosexuality has
drawn the ire of some who, its worth not-
Continued from page 19 detre late. Condon (the Dreamgirls a buoyant pluralism bursts forth. Characters
ing, raised no concerns over a romance
director who, having helmed much of the large parts and small are freed from
Twilight saga, knows a thing or two about their prescribed roles in a glorious dance, between an imprisoned girl and a beast or,
effects makeover is less lifelike than the for that matter, a candelabra and a feather
Oscar-winning 1991 animated film: Its young love and monsters), working from a shortly after Mrs. Potts (Emma Thompson),
script by Stephen Chbosky and Evan Cogsworth (Ian McKellen), Lumiere (Ewan duster.
gained a dimension but lost a pulse. The
merely fine acting and the lavish production Spiliotopoulos, has taken many of the old McGregor) and the rest come to life. (Be In fact, Beauty and the Beast would be
design (the sumptuous sets nearly swallow tales more cringe-worthy gender roles and sure to shake your living room and see better if it dared more such moments and
the performers whole) dutifully strive to mixed them up in the movies bright which British star tumbles out of the furni- went further with them. Nevertheless, the
make this a worthy enterprise. swirling medley. ture.) Here is where that already much dis- uproar suggests even this must count as
Opposites attract, of course. And this Belles bookishness is more pronounced, cussed gay moment, as Condon has called progress. Perhaps well be ready for a truly
Beauty and the Beast is equal parts dispir- thanks partly to the Harry Potter creden- it, arrives. It comes and goes in a flash. up-to-date Beauty and the Beast 3.0 in
iting and enchanting: overflowing in hand- tials of Watson. Her performance is a little Josh Gad, the MVP of many a Disney another few decades.
some craft, but missing a spirit inside. minor key, still, but Watson lends Belle an movie, plays LeFou, the doting sidekick of Beauty and the Beast, a Walt Disney Co.
Howard Ashman and Alan Menkens songs intelligence and agency that she has lacked. the caddish Gaston (Luke Evans), the dopey release, is rated PG by the Motion Picture
still have their infectious kick, but most of Shes less of a Stockholm syndrome Victim pursuer of Belles hand. LeFou spends much Association of America for some action
the big musical moments feel more like and more deserving of young girls admira- of the movie hinting at his affection for his violence, peril and frightening images.
very good covers of the originals. (There tion. And the Beast, a pile of horns, makeup lecherous friend, but LeFou, too, earns a Running time: 129 minutes. Two and a half
are also three less-memorable new songs by and effects on top of the former Downton chance for redemption toward the end. stars out of four.

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By Susan Cohn
DAILY JOURNAL SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

PRES IDING JUDGE S US AN IRENE ETEZADI


ISSUES A MESSAGE ABOUT THE STATE OF THE
SAN MATEO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT. On Feb.
15, 2017, Hon. Susan Irene Etezadi, the Presiding Judge of
the San Mateo County Superior Court, issued a message to
the community regarding the state of the court. Judge
Etezadi said: Welcome to the San Mateo County Superior
Court website. I
would like to
start out by wel-
coming the
courts newest
judicial officer,
Hon. Sean Dabel,
to the bench.
Judge Dabel
comes to us with
a number of years
of experience in
criminal law and
is a welcomed addition to the court. Judge Dabel started on
Jan. 3, 2017, and is assigned to our Northern Branch. Our
court is still faced with budget challenges as the governor
and Legislature have not restored trial court funding to ade-
quate levels, after the several years of budget cuts.
Therefore, we are still working with reduced staffing levels,
reduced public hours and reduced services. However, our goal
is to provide the best level of service to the public in these
difficult fiscal times and we appreciate your ongoing TOM JUNG/DAILY JOURNAL
patience and support. We hope to accomplish this goal by The Annual Installation of Officers for the San Mateo County Bar Association took place on March 2 in the Old Courthouse
continuing to find innovative ways to conduct business and in Redwood City. Assuming their new duties were, from left, Secretary Kathleen Durrans, President Joseph Crawford, Vice
provide essential court services to our community. That President Peter Goldscheider and Treasurer David Silberman. Founded on March 9, 1916, the San Mateo County Bar Association
includes providing user-friendly information and services is a voluntary membership organization of approximately 1,400 attorneys.
on this web page. Thank you for visiting and we encourage fourth floor in Redwood City (for infraction citations filed the ability to pay. Participation/Affidavit forms and infor-
you to come back often for the latest news and informa- in Criminal). A $50 amnesty program fee is required to par- mation are available on the courts website at www.sanma-
tion. Judge Etezadis statement can be read on the court ticipate. The Department of Motor Vehicles will also charge teocourt.org or at the Traffic and Criminal Clerks Offices.
website at http://www.sanmateocourt.org. a separate $55 drivers license reinstatement fee for those The Traffic Ticket and Infraction Amnesty Program ends
*** eligible and requesting reinstatement of their drivers March 31, 2017.
APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE license. A payment plan option will be available through
S AN MATEO COUNTY GRAND JURY. Hon. V. the superior court, county or third-party collections ven-
Raymond Swope of the San Mateo County Superior Court dors and payments scheduled under the plan will be based on Susan Cohn is a member of the State Bar of California. She may be
has announced that applications for service on the 2017-18 reached at susan@smdailyjournal.com.
Civil Grand Jury will be accepted for consideration until
March 30, 2017. Judge Swope is the appointed Civil Grand
Jury Advisor for the next grand jury term, which commences
July 1, 2017, and ends June 30, 2018. Any resident of San
Mateo County for more than one year who is a citizen of the
United States, 18 years of age or older, of ordinary intelli-
gence, sound judgment and good character, with sufficient
knowledge of the English language, is eligible for selec-
tion by Judge Swope. Elected public officials are not eligi-
ble. The court strives to obtain a cross section of the coun-
ty population and encourages all interested individuals to
apply. After the completion of an interview process by
Judge Swope, jurors will be selected through a random draw-
ing. Application forms can be obtained by writing Grand
Jury Clerk, Court Executive Office, 400 County Center,
Redwood City, CA 94063, calling 261-5066 or online at
http://www.sanmateocourt.org/documents/grand_jury/appl
ication_form.pdf.
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Not a lumberjack? You can still eat a filling breakfast


By Melissa dArabian 1 teaspoon dried herbes de provence (or
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dried oregano or thyme)
1 teaspoon smoked paprika
I am a morning person (by choice, not 3 cup cauliflower rice (raw)
nature, but thats a story for another time) 1 tablespoon lemon juice
and breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. 10 ounce frozen chopped spinach, thawed
Strong coffee and a hearty morning meal and excess moisture gently squeezed out
make me feel like Im on vacation, luxuriat- 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
ing in hashed-brown-and-bacon heaven, 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
without a health or calorie care in the world. Freshly ground black pepper
Breakfast menus at truck stops and diners Chopped parsley, for garnish
have incredible appeal to a closeted lumber- 4 eggs, cracked into 4 small ramekins or
jack like me, with words like grand-slam bowls
and breakfast skillet promising a meal that Preheat oven to 350 F. In large oven-safe
will fill me up for most of the day. skillet, cook bacon over medium low heat
But, eating like a lumberjack when you until starting to crisp, about 5 minutes. Add
have a desk job makes no sense, unless you onion and bell pepper and cook until tender,
really are on vacation. For a more quotidian about 6 minutes. Add the minced garlic,
option, try my Country-Style Skillet herbs, and smoked paprika and stir.
Breakfast. Add the cauliflower and cook until tender,
I use just a few strips of real pork bacon about 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Add the
to keep things feeling authentically diner- lemon juice, stir, and then the spinach, and
ish. Onions, sweet yellow peppers, You can find riced cauliflower in most neighborhood grocery stores these days, either in the stir until well-combined. Remove from heat
spinach and garlic all add a ton of flavor packaged produce aisle or the freezer. and sprinkle the cheese evenly over the
(and nutrients) but hardly any calories. mixture. Gently make four wells in the mix-
The real nutrient and calorie-saving work- either in the packaged produce aisle or the COUNTRY-STYLE ture with a wooden spoon. Spray each well
horse of this recipe, though, is: cauli- freezer. Or, simply pulse up a bunch of cau- with nonstick spray. Pour one egg into each
flower. liflower florets in a food processor until it CAULIFLOWER BREAKFAST SKILLET well. Bake until eggs are done, about 7-8
I swap out the breakfast-skillet staple is cut into rice-sized pieces. The cauli- Start to finish: 25 minutes minutes for runny yolk, longer for firmer
hashed browns for riced cauliflower. It flower is just bland enough that it takes on Servings: 4 yolk. Sprinkle with black pepper, more salt
works beautifully, and not only do you the flavors of the rest of the ingredients 3 slices of bacon, cut into small pieces if needed, parsley and serve.
save the calories of the potatoes, but all and provides enough heft to house eggs 1/2 yellow or sweet onion, chopped Nutrition information per serving: 219
the extra fat you need to make those broken right into the skillet. The result is (about 1 cup) calories; 117 calories from fat; 13 g fat (5 g
hashed browns crispy and tasty. rustic, gorgeous, and filling. Yet another 1/2 yellow bell pepper, chopped (about saturated; 0 g trans fats); 235 mg choles-
You can find riced cauliflower in most reason to celebrate our countrys current 1/2 cup) terol; 804 mg sodium; 11 g carbohydrate; 3
neighborhood grocery stores these days, obsession with cauliflower. 3 cloves garlic, minced g fiber; 4 g sugar; 15 g protein.

Hillsdale High School experienced the boomed along the Peninsula recently, upcoming school year, Skelly said it is rea-

DISTRICT
Continued from page 1
most significant jump in capacity as the
campus recently unveiled a new academic
wing offering 10 new science labs, eight
Skelly said his district as well as feeder sonable to expect the district to continue to
school systems have seen a shift in student grow, while questions remain if the rates of
demographics. increase will continue to excel.
classrooms and additional amenities. Our enrollment in terms of the percent-
Despite the various challenges associated
Skelly said the district is capable of age of those needing free and reduced lunch
expected to receive the most growth, as the with accommodating the influx of students,
absorbing the total enrollment growth, but is declining, he said. And you are seeing
board is recommended to expand the cap of Skelly said he is confident the district will
said accommodations will be necessary as that across the Bay Area.
students and staff allowed on those campus- fulfill its obligation to offer a quality
some classrooms will be tighter and other He said the district is also seeing a decline
es during the upcoming meeting, school experience.
teachers may be required to share rooms. in the amount of students entering Gateway
Superintendent Kevin Skelly said prior to Community School, a program offered by We think we can continue to offer a good
the meeting. He said the growth also means the district
must spend more money on increased the San Mateo County Office of Education education for kids, he said.
We are going to be tight in the southern serving those who are
part of the district, but we are not seeing any staffing levels. The district is funded Department of Toxic Substances Control March 2017
through local property taxes and increasing expelled or have struggled in
major growth in the northern part, he said,
Public Notice
enrollment means less money available to comprehensive school envi-
as Mills, Capuchino and San Mateo high ronments.
schools are all recommended to keep their be spent on a per pupil basis, said Skelly.
Part of that trend is due to
existing capacities. The more kids we have, the more pres- enhanced support services The mission of DTSC is to protect Californias people and environment from
The enrollment report offers valuable sure we have on our budget, he said, while offered at a students home harmful effects of toxic substances by restoring contaminated resources,
enforcing hazardous waste laws, reducing hazardous waste generation,
insight to officials who need to keep close noting he expects the districts financial campus, said Skelly, but the and encouraging the manufacture of chemically safer products.
track of the amount of teachers required to footing to remain relatively stable into the ultimate outcome is enroll- Draft Removal Action Workplan Available for Review
accommodate students coming to each cam- foreseeable future. ment numbers are fortified Derry Lane Mixed Use Development, Menlo Park, California 94025
pus, said Skelly. Enrollment trends can be challenging to due to fewer referrals to out- Public Comment Period: March 10, 2017 to April 10, 2017
We need to allocate staff numbers to predict though, noted Skelly, as a portion of side programs. WHAT IS BEING PROPOSED? The California State Department of Toxic
principals so they are prepared to hire the student flow can be contingent on the Substances Control (DTSC) invites you to review and comment on the draft
Looking ahead beyond the Removal Action Workplan (RAW) for the Derry Lane Mixed Use Development
teachers, said Skelly. state of the economy. As business has (Site). The 3.5-acre Site is located at 570 Derry Lane in Menlo Park, California
94025. The draft RAW describes the investigations and proposed cleanup for
perchloroethylene (PCE) at the Site. PCE is a chemical that is being phased
out of dry cleaning operations. The property owner is proposing to cleanup
the Site prior to developing it as a mixed use development consisting of

OPTICAL 102 The Site contained a dry cleaning facility which was the primary source of
the PCE contamination. For soil and soil vapor, DTSC recommends soil

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as the cleanup action. Approximately 9,300 cubic yards (775 truckloads) of
contaminated soil would be excavated and transported to a permitted disposal
facility. For groundwater, DTSC recommends on-site chemical oxidation
(ISCO), well monitoring, and institutional controls. ISCO introduces oxygen
releasing compounds into the groundwater to oxidize chemicals that have
human health and the environment.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE? During the public comment period, from March
10, 2017 to April 10, 2017, we encourage you to review the draft RAW and
to provide comments. Please send comments no later than April 10, 2017

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CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA): The City of
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Calendar Media the enemy? Trump is sure an insatiable consumer
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sources including conservative online erage, nor seemed so willing to mobi-
FRIDAY, MARCH 10 craig@reachandteach.com. outlets like Breitbart News. lize the powers of the federal govern-
Re-Inventing You and Your Career:
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this two-session workshop, examine Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de
ing cable news. in the evening, when he retires to the
and plan a career transition by las Pulgas, Belmont. Come watch In fact, the power of Trumps media
examining values, motivators, inter- films created by local teenagers. For With Twitter app at the ready, the residence, cellphone in hand.
ests, skills and personality. The sec- more information call 591-8286 ext. diet is so potent that White House
man who condemns the media as the
ond session is on March 17 at 9 a.m. 238. It is a central paradox of the Trump staffers have, to varying degrees of
For more information contact enemy of the people may be the most
presidency. Despite his fervent media success, tried to limit his television
phase2careers.org@gmail.com. Creativity from a High Tech World. voracious consumer of news in modern
2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Coastal Arts League, criticism, Trump is a faithful newspa- watching and control some of what he
Volunteer Orientation. 11 a.m. to 300 Main St., Half Moon Bay. Show presidential history.
per reader who enjoys jousting with reads.
11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. runs through April 9 and is open Trump usually rises before 6 a.m. and
South San Francisco Main Library, Thursdays through Sundays. first watches TV in the residence before reporters, an avid cable TV news view- The presidents cable TV menu fluc-
840 W. Orange Ave., South San er who frequently live-tweets what hes
Francisco. For more information SUNDAY, MARCH 12 later moving to a small dining room in tuates. Fox News is a constant, and he
email valle@plsinfor.org. Hiram Bell and The Hui/Hawaiian the West Wing. A short time later, hes watching, and a reader of websites that also frequently watches CNN despite
Music Night. Angelicas Restaurant, have been illuminated by his presiden-
A.A. Conference with Al-Anon 863 Main St., Redwood City. Live given a stack of newspapers includ- deriding it as fake news. Though he
Participation. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Hawaiian music and hula, full bar, ing The New York Times, The Wall tial spotlight, showcasing the at- used to watch Morning Joe, a Trump
1221 Chess Drive, Foster City. Event and a dinner menu. For more infor- Street Journal, The Financial Times, times conspiratorial corners of the aide said the president has grown frus-
runs through March 12. Pre-registra- mation and to purchase tickets call
tion at norcalaa.org is $15 per per- 679-8184. The Washington Post and, long his internet. trated with his coverage on the
son. $20 per person if registering at favorite, The New York Post as well No recent president has been so pub- MSNBC program and has largely
the conference. For more informa- Sign Hill Hike. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 43
tion email publicinfo@alanonmid- Franklin Ave., South San Francisco. as pile of printed articles from other lic about his interest in his media cov- stopped.
peninsula.org. Join Chuck and Loretta for a walk up
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BUDGET
pegged deferred maintenance and infra- according to his report.
Free Movie Night at Capuchino the open space and its wide views of
High School. 6 p.m. 1501 Magnolia nature. Meeting at the west structure improvements as a top prior- Fil is looking to projected revenue
Ave., San Bruno. Free admission. The entrance, close to the small parking. ity as the budget is realized for the
film will be The Little Mermaid. For Heavy rain cancels. Be sure to wear from key economic indicators, such as
sturdy shoes. For more information remainder of the fiscal year. Though sales and property transfer tax, to help
more information email Continued from page 1
cheryl.how@sbcglobal.net. call 952-6174. the half-cent sales tax put in place by forecast whether the city will meet its
Inter/Actual 2 Person Show. 6 p.m. The Groovy Judy Band Hangs Ten.
Measure I is expected to generate $1.3 target revenue. Though revenue from
1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Surf Spot the citys financial performance paral- million each year toward maintenance
The Studio Shop, 244 Primrose Road, those sources is exceeding what the
Burlingame. Featuring work by Bay Restaurant, 4627 Pacific Coast lel the strong economy, with its gener- expenditures like street repairs and
Area painters Katy Juhn and Sharon Highway, Pacifica. All ages and free. city budgeted for them, his report
al fund reserve reaching a new mid-year storm drains, $180 million in infra-
Paster. For more information email For more information call 355-7873. shows that hotel tax revenue is cur-
julie@thestudioshop.com. high of $8.9 million as of December. structure improvements has been iden-
San Mateo County Libraries rently lagging behind the citys pro-
Were not quite thriving yet, but tified.
Pirate Comedy for Kids. 7 p.m. 828 Middle School Film Festival. 1:30 jections for the current fiscal year.
Chestnut St., San Carlos. San Carlos p.m. to 4 p.m. Belmont Library, 1110 were doing much better, he said.
Fil said the degree to which these City officials expect two new hotels
Childrens Theater present The Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Fil said it was not too long ago when
Fearsome Pirate Frank. Show runs Come watch films created by local outstanding improvements pose risk slated to open in July to augment these
middle school students. For more the citys ability to provide critical
through March 19; 7 p.m. on Fridays to the citys finances is not acceptable numbers.
and 1 p.m. on Saturdays and information call 591-8286 ext. 238. programs and save for the future was
Sundays. For more information visit in the event of an infrastructure failure. The report also outlined how new
limited, referring to a period of time
sancarloschildrenstheater.com. Represent the San Francisco Though the city has developed a programs affect the citys spending.
Peninsula meeting. 2 p.m. 399 five years ago when the city struggled
Marine Parkway, Redwood Shores reserve, the combination of a need to Staffing new youth programs have
Letters to Sala. 7:30 p.m. with the effects of a major economic
Burlingame High School, 1 Mangini Public Library, Meeting Room A or B, repair storm drains, street pavement caused the citys culture and recreation
Way, Burlingame. Tickets are $10 for Redwood Shores. For more informa- recession and the dissolving of rede-
and city facilities with any number of expenditures to jump this year. Efforts
seniors and children and $15 for tion call 346-3571. velopment agencies in 2012. He said
general admission. For more infor- unexpected events, such as a natural to update the citys general plan and
A Concert of Piano Trios. 3 p.m. to 4 its only been in recent years that the
mation and to purchase tickets visit disaster or major downturn in the econ- new Belmont Village specific plan
www.bhspanthertheatre.com. p.m. 1300 Fifth Ave., Belmont. city has been able to stabilize its oper-
Violinist Christiana Carr, Cellist Glenn omy, could jeopardize the citys also factor into the citys overall
ations and provide the services that
World Premiere Play Caeneus and Fisher and Pianist Karen Heather will finances, said Fil. spending, with fees from new develop-
Poseidon in Redwood City perform works of Dvorak, Honneger residents have come to expect since
Explores Gender Identity. 8 p.m. and Ravel. For more information call the budget cuts five years ago. But as far as this year goes, Fil ments expected to offset the cost of the
The Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway 593-4844. expects the economy to pick up and updates.
St., Redwood City. Caeneus and
In a report presented to the City
Poseidon, by playwright Bridgette MONDAY, MARCH 13 Council last week, Fil detailed the carry the citys revenue along with it. The City Council approved a number
Dutta Portman, is about a transgen- Free Veterans Legal Clinic. 3 p.m. to
citys financial status, spurring a con- He said the city generated slightly less of expenditure adjustments over
der hero from Greek mythology. 4:30 p.m. Menlo Park VA Clinic
Watch a play that combines classical Building 354, Room E117, 759 Willow versation between councilmembers on revenue in the first six months of the $50,000, including police overtime,
style with contemporary themes Road, Menlo Park. For more informa- the citys overall financial health and year than expected, which was consis- updates to the general plan and
and subject manner. Tickets are $35 tion call 517-8911. tent with what happened with the state
and $27 for students and seniors. how current revenue sources will fund Belmont Village specific plan and
Runs until April 2. For more informa- T V Club: My Little Pony: projects requiring additional funding. and national economy. At the end of legal claims defense. Fil said these
tion visit http://dragonproduc- Friendship is Magic. 4 p.m. South December, general fund revenue, which
tions.net. San Francisco Main Library, 840 W. Mayor Charles Stone was pleased one-time costs are likely to bring the
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. the city is more capable to contribute is used to pay for expenses that dont general fund reserve down before the
Anything Goes. 8 p.m. Woodside For more information email
to the citys reserve than it has in pre- have a dedicated revenue source, end of the year.
High School, 199 Churchill Ave., valle@plsinfor.org.
vious years. reached $9.9 million, or 90 percent of
Woodside. Though councilmembers acknowl-
Groovy Judy. 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Off To me having a robust rainy-day the budgeted revenue from the general
SATURDAY, MARCH 11 The Grid Belmont, 1325 El Camino edged the challenges of assembling
fund is a very smart thing to do espe- fund. General fund expenditures
The South San Francisco Historical Real, Belmont. All ages and free. funds for infrastructure improvements,
Photo Drive. All day. South San cially when we saw what we did 10 reached $10.2 million, or 98 percent
Dance Connection with Live Music they expressed relief at the citys rela-
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. years ago, he said. of the funds budgeted expenses, which
Orange Ave., South San Francisco. by Nob Hill Sounds. Dance lesson tively strong position compared to
6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. with dancing until Fil said the city has been exceeding are comprised of city services such as
For more information email previous years.
valle@plsinfor.org. 9:30 p.m. Burlingame Womans Club,
its goal of contributing 33 percent of public safety and employee salaries,
241 Park Road, Burlingame. St. Vice Mayor Doug Kim said he thinks
Patricks Day Dance, wear something its operations toward the reserves, according to his report.
Create your own Leprechaun the city is well positioned to success-
Lantern. 9 a.m. to noon. Orchard green. Free entry for men with dance which allows the city to make deci- As of December, the city has gener-
Supply Hardware, 900 El Camino experience. Admission $10 mem- fully navigate an economic downtown,
Real, Millbrae. Children can make bers, $12 guests. Light refreshments. sions in context of how they affect the ated $37. 6 million in overall rev-
For more information call 342-2221.
should there be one.
their own Leprechaun Lantern city over the long term. enue, which, outside of the general
night-light. Each child will be given We need a higher reserve now in fund revenue, includes funding for Building a more resilient economy
the materials needed. For more Bride and Prejudice movie
information call 873-5536. screening. 6:30 p.m. San Mateo order to be in good shape five years sewers, refuse collection and fire here helps to insulate us from some of
Main Library, 55 W. Third Ave., San
from now, he said. protection. In the first six months of those cycles, he said.
AARP San Bruno Chapter 2895 Mateo. For more information call
Meeting. 10 a.m. to noon. San Bruno 522-7818. As city officials acknowledged the the year, the city had spent $34. 5 The council is slated to review the
Senior Center, 1555 Crystal Springs
A staged reading of Tenn by Kathy
citys relative financial strength, they million in overall expenditures, 2017-18 budget in May.
Road, San Bruno. Coffee and dough-
nuts will be available starting at 9 Boussina. 7:30 p.m. The Dragon
a.m. For more information call 589- Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood
4499. City. For more information call 493-
2006.
Welcome Home Discovery
EcoVoyage. 10 a.m. to noon. Marine TUESDAY, MARCH 14
Science Institute, 500 Discovery Volunteerism for Professional
Parkway, Redwood City. Brownlee is Development and Your Job
back to its hailing port. Sale on this Search. 10 a.m. to noon. Redwood
ship to learn about fish and plank- City Public Library, 1044 Middlefield
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For more information visit
IPad. 11 a.m. South San Francisco phase2careers.org.
Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
South San Francisco. For more infor- Textile Tuesday: Open Sewing
mation email valle@plsinfor.org. Club. 1 p.m. South San Francisco
Main Library, 840 W. Orange Ave.,
English the Easy Way: Part Two. South San Francisco. For more infor-
Noon. Grand avenue Library, 306 mation email valle@plsinfor.org.
Walnut Ave., South San Francisco.
For more information email SamTrans Mobility Ambassador
valle@plsinfor.org. Program. 2 p.m. Grand Avenue
Library, 306 Walnut Ave., South San
TTW: Retro Gaming. 1 p.m. Grand Francisco. For more information
avenue Library, 306 Walnut Ave., email valle@plsinfor.org.
South San Francisco. For more infor-
mation email valle@plsinfor.org. Kids Craft with Sophies World. 4
p.m. South San Francisco Main
Make and Take: Paper Library, 840 W. Orange Ave., South
Automaton. 1 p.m. South San San Francisco. For more information
Francisco Main Library, 840 W. email valle@plsinfor.org.
Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
For more information email Library Film Nights: Moonlight. 5
valle@plsinfor.org. p.m. to 7 p.m. 1 Library Ave., Millbrae.
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CHANgE OF NAME CHANgE OF NAME CHANgE OF NAME
CASE# 17CIV00322 CASE# 17CIv00839 CASE# 17CIv00746
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
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PETITION OF PETITION OF PETITION OF
Mary Patricia Davis Christine Marie Cornejo Loren Chen, Jing Xu
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: Mary Patricia Davis filed a pe- Petitioner: Christine Marie Cornejo filed a Petitioner: Loren Chen, Jing Xu filed a
tition with this court for a decree chang- petition with this court for a decree petition with this court for a decree
ing name as follows: changing name as follows: changing name as follows:
Present names: Mary Patricia Davis Present name: Christine Marie Cornejo Present names: Huiyi Chen
Proposed Names: Mary Patricia Nieberd- Proposed Name: Missy Marie Cornejo Proposed Names: Vanessa J. Chen
ing THE COURT ORDERS that all persons THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear be- interested in this matter shall appear be-
interested in this matter shall appear be- fore this court at the hearing indicated fore this court at the hearing indicated
fore this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the pe- below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
below to show cause, if any, why the pe- tition for change of name should not be tition for change of name should not be
tition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the granted. Any person objecting to the
granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file name changes described above must file Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the rea- a written objection that includes the rea-
a written objection that includes the rea- sons for the objection at least two court sons for the objection at least two court
sons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to days before the matter is scheduled to
days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing be heard and must appear at the hearing
be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should to show cause why the petition should
to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is not be granted. If no written objection is
not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the peti- timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
timely filed, the court may grant the peti- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the petition shall be held on 4/13/17 at 9 petition shall be held on 4/11/17 at 9
petition shall be held on 3/22/17 at 9 a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published Order to Show Cause shall be published
Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four succes- at least once each week for four succes-
at least once each week for four succes- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear- ing on the petition in the following news- ing on the petition in the following news-
ing on the petition in the following news- paper of general circulation: paper of general circulation:
paper of general circulation: San Mateo Daily Journal San Mateo Daily Journal
San Mateo Daily Journal Filed: 3/1/2017 Filed: 2/27/2017
Filed: 2/8/2017 /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ /s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/ Judge of the Superior Court Judge of the Superior Court
Judge of the Superior Court Dated: 2/28/2017 Dated: 2/24/2017
Dated: 2/6/2017 (Published 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17,
3/24/17).
(Published 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17,
3/31/17).
203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices
(Published 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17,
3/10/17). FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #272495 STATEMENT #272591 STATEMENT #272592
The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: El Bernoussi Trucking, 2901 S. El as: Integral Chiropractic, 951 Edgewater as: VIP Beauty, 1828 El Camino Real
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Camino Real #105, SAN MATEO, CA Blvd. Suite B, SAN MATEO, CA 94404. #804, Burlingame, CA 94030. Regis-
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #272289 STATEMENT #272248 94403. Registered Owner: Aissa El Alla- Registered Owner: Wilson-Wu Chiro- tered Owner: Yan He, 1321 Lasuen
STATEMENT #272194 The following person is doing business The following person is doing business li, same address. The business is con- practic, Inc., CA. The business is con- Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The business
The following person is doing business as: Homestead Living, 768 McDonell as: 1)Karis Finance 2)RCFE FOR SALE, ducted by an Individual. The registrants ducted by a Corporation. The registrants is conducted by an Individual. The regis-
as: Healthy Grains Bakery, 151 Fifth Drive, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 1534 Plaza Lane, BURLINGAME, CA commenced to trans act business under commenced to trans act business under trants commenced to trans act business
Ave., REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061. 94080. Registered Owners: 1)April 94010. Registered Owner: TD Real Es- the FBN on N/A. the FBN on 3-12-2012. under the FBN on N/A.
Registered Owner: Olivia Perez Negron Bruce, same address 2)John Roddy, tate, CA. The business is conducted by /s/Aissa El Allali/ /s/Rebecca Nichols/ /s/Yan He/
Galvan, 1643 Kentfield Ave., Redwood same address. The business is conduct- a Corporation. The registrants com- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
City, CA 94061. The business is con- ed by a General Partnership. The regis- menced to trans act business under the sor-County Clerk on 2/21/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 3/1/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 3/1/2017. (Publish-
ducted by an Individual. The registrants trants commenced to trans act business FBN on N/A.. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
commenced to trans act business under under the FBN on 02/03/2017. /s/Ton Dang/ 2/24/17, 3/4/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17).
the FBN on January 29, 2017. /s/April Bruce/ This statement was filed with the Asses-
/s/Olivia Perez Negron Galvan/ This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 2/1/2017. (Publish-
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 2/3/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). STATEMENT #272508 STATEMENT #272288 STATEMENT #272573
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). as: In2itive Design, 464 Miller Ave. #14, as: Radiant Life Mastery, 768 McDonell as: New Era Trucking, 426 C St., Unit B,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94080. Dr., SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA COLMA, CA 94014. Registered Owner:
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #272434 Registered Owner: Pouneh France, 94080. Registered Owner: John Patrick Miguel Portillo, 533 Commercial Ave.,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #272458 The following person is doing business same address. The business is conduct- Roddy, same address. The business is South San Francisco, CA 94080. The
STATEMENT #272189 The following person is doing business as: Artists 4 Equality, 723 S Humboldt ed by an Individual. The registrants conducted by an Individual. The regis- business is conducted by an Individual.
The following person is doing business as: Atali Winery, 1697 Industrial Rd., Street #4, SAN MATEO, CA 94402. commenced to trans act business under trants commenced to trans act business The registrants commenced to trans act
as: Baby Buckle, 1683 Rosita Road, PA- SAN CARLOS, CA 94070. Registered Registered Owner: Wendy Golden, same the FBN on 2/22/2017. under the FBN on N/A. business under the FBN on N/A.
CIFICA, CA 94044. Registered Owner: Owner: Natalie Chu, 1327 Loyola Dr., address. The business is conducted by /s/Pouneh France/ /s/John Patrick Roddy/ /s/Miguel Angel Portillo/
Teresa A. Morrow, same address. The Santal Clara, CA 95051. The business is an Individual. The registrants com- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
business is conducted by an Individual. conducted by an Individual. The regis- sor-County Clerk on 2/22/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/3/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/22/2017. (Publish-
trants commenced to trans act business menced to trans act business under the
The registrants commenced to transact FBN on N/A. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
business under the FBN on 1/27/17. under the FBN on 2/15/17. 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17).
/s/Teresa A. Morrow/ /s/Natalie Chui/ /s/Wendy Golden/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 1/27/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/14/2017. (Publish- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, STATEMENT #272453 STATEMENT #272543 STATEMENT #272604
2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). 2/17/17, 2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17). The following person is doing business The following person is doing business The following person is doing business
as: wink & a smile designs, 348 N El Ca- as: 626 Music Group Global, PO Box as: Top Notch Home Improvements and
mino Real, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. 5474, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA Consulting, 629 Mystic Lane, FOSTER
Registered Owner: Laurie Ann Glatt, 94080. Registered Owner: Robert Valle- CITY, CA 94404. Registered Owner:
same address. The business is conduct- corse, same address. The business is Leon H. DAquino, same address. The
ed by an Individual. The registrants conducted by an Individual. The regis- business is conducted by an Individual.
commenced to trans act business under trants commenced to trans act business The registrants commenced to trans act
the FBN on N/A. under the FBN on Oct. 1, 2016. business under the FBN on N/A.
/s/Laurie A. Glatt/ /s/Robert Vallecorse/ /s/Leon H. DAquino/
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 2/15/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 2/24/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 3/2/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17). 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17).

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203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 203 Public Notices 298 Collectibles 304 Furniture 304 Furniture
a.m., Department 28, Superior Court of 1920'S AqUA Glass Beaded Flapper ANTIqUE gLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood. SOFA PrOTECTOr for Lounging Pets.
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC California, County of San Mateo, 400 Purse (drawstring bag) & Faux Pearl Excellent Condition. $450. Washable polyester. Non-slide. Brown
HEArINg NOTICE INvITINg County Center, Redwood City, CA Flapper Collar. $50. (650)762-6048 (650)888-2662 tweed. Excellent condition. $89. 650-
94063. 260-0057
SEALED BIDS If you object to the granting of the peti- 1940 vINTAgE telephone bench maple ANTIqUE MAHOgANY Bookcase. Four
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- CITY OF rEDwOOD tion, you should appear at the hearing antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833 feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966. TEAK-vENEEr COMPUTEr desk with
ING: NOTICE IS HEREBY CITY and state your objections or file written
single drawer and stacked shelves. $30
objections with the court before the hear- BILLY DEE Williams autographed Star ANTIqUE MAHOgANY double bed with
rEDwOOD CITY, obo. (650)465-2344
GIVEN that on Monday, CALIFOrNIA
ing. Your appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian,
space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518-
adjustable steelframe $225.00. OBO.
(650)592-4529
March 20, 2017 at 7:00 If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- 6614
wALNUT CHEST, small (4 drawer with
upper bookcase $50. (650)726-6429
p.m., (or as soon thereafter Notice is hereby given that itor of the decedent, you must file your BEIgE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
claim with the court and mail a copy to LENNOx rED Rose, Unused, hand (650) 315-2319 wOOD - wall Unit - 30" long x 6' tall x
as the matter is heard) in the sealed bids will be received the personal representative appointed by painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, 17.5" deep. $90. (650)631-9311
Millbrae City Council Cham- by the City of Redwood City the court within the later of either (1) four $12.00. (650) 578 9208. BrAND NEw Bookcase 72"x30" still in
box $45. (415)231-4825.
months from the date of first issuance of wOOD FUrNITUrE- one end table and
bers, 621 Magnolia Ave., at the Office of the City letters to a general personal representa- MILLEr LITE Neon sign , work good coffee table. In good condition. $30
Millbrae, CA, the Millbrae Clerk, 1017 Middlefield tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the $59 call (650)218-6528 CHAIrS 2 Blue Good Condition $50 OBO. (760)996-0767.
OBO (650)345-5644
Planning Commission will Road, Redwood City, Cali- California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
rENO SILvEr LEgACY Casino four
from the date of mailing or personal de-
conduct a public hearing on fornia up to 4:00 p.m. Wed- livery to you of a notice under section rare memorabilia items, casino key, two COAT/HAT STAND, solid wood, for your
mountain cabin/house. $50. (650)520-
306 Housewares
the following matters: nesday, March 29, 2017 for 9052 of the California Probate Code.Oth- coins, small charm. $95. (650)676-0974
7045
the following bids er California statutes and legal authority BrASS FIrEPLACE screen $30.
183 ELDER AVENUE: may affect your rights as a creditor. You SCHILLEr HIPPIE poster, linen, Sparta (650)348-2306
POOL OF vENDOrS graphics 1968. Mint condition. $600.00. COMPUTEr SwIvEL CHAIR. Padded
DESIGN REVIEW to allow FOr PrOvISION OF
may want to consult with an attorney
knowledgable in California law. (650)701-0276 Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 CHrISTMAS TrEE China, Fairfield
the construction of a two- LIBrArY MATErIALS, You may examine the file kept by the COMPUTEr TABLE, adjustable height, Peace on Earth. Complete Set of 12 (48
story residence behind an pieces) $75. (650)493-5026
COLLECTION court. If you are a person interested in
the estate, you may file with the court a
299 Computers chrome legs, 29x48 like new $30 (650)
existing single-family struc- 697-8481
DEvELOPMENT Request for Special Notice (form DE- KOgI 15 inch computer monitor. Model
COMPLETE SET OF CHINA - Windsor
ture and CONDITIONAL SErvICES, AND LIBrArY 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- L5QX. $25. PH(650)592-5864. COUCH, CrEAM IKEA, great condition, Garden, Noritake. Four place-settings,
20-pieces in original box, never used.
praisal of estate assets or of any petition $89, light-weight, compact, sturdy love-
USE PERMIT to allow three MATErIALS PrOCESS- or account as provided in Probate Code seat (415)775-0141 $250 per box (3 boxes available).
INg rECOrDABLE CD-r 74, Sealed, Unop-
on-site parking spaces section 1250. A Request for Special No- ened, original packaging, Samsung, 12X,
(650)342-5630
where four are required, lo- The Notice Inviting Bid pack- tice form is available from the court clerk. (650) 578 9208 CUSTOM MADE wood sewing storage
POrCELAIN JAPANESE Tea set, Un-
Attorney for Petitioner: cabinet perfect condition $75. (650)483-
cated in the R-2 Duplex/Tri- ets may be obtained from Walter E. Shjeflo 1222 opened, in wood box, great gift $30.
plex Residential Zoning Dis- the Redwood City Down- Fox, Shjeflo, Hartley & Babu LLP 300 Toys (650)578-9208.

trict. town Library, 1044 Middle- 2000 Alameda de las Pulgas, Suite 250 DINETTE TABLE with Chrome Legs: 36"
SMOKE ALArMS with batteries $4 650-
SAN MATEO, CA 94403 3-STOrY BArBIE Dollhouse with spiral x58" (with one leaf 11 1/2") - $50.
field Road, Redwood City, 595-3933
1 MILLBRAE CIRCLE: CA 94063, online at
(650) 341-2900
FILED: 3/9/17
staircase and elevator. $60. (650)558- (650)341-5347
8142
DESIGN REVIEW to allow http://www.redwoodcity.org/ (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour- DINETTE TABLE, 3 adjustable leaf.$30.
SOLID TEAK floor model 16 wine rack
with turntable $60. (650)592-7483
the demolition of a first story business/bids-proposals, or nal on 3/10/17, 3/16/17, 3/17/17) ALLOYED LINOTYPE (BNH ~18) for (650) 756-9516.Daly City.
residence and the construc- by calling (650) 780-7036. casting miniature/board-game figurines.
10#, $10 (650) 591-4553 DININg rOOM table Good Condition 308 Tools
tion of a new first and sec- All proposals must be sub- $90.00 or best offer ( 650)-780-0193
BOSTITCH 16 gage Finish nailer Model
ond-story residence, and a mitted by the specified time LArgE STUFFED ANIMALS - $3 each DrESSEr 4-DrAwEr in Belmont for SB 664FN $99 (650)359-9269
Great for Kids (650) 952-3500
SETBACK EXCEPTION to and place and plainly $75. Good condition; good for children.
Call (650)678-8585
allow less than the minimum marked on the envelope: STAr wArS one 4 orange card ac- CrAFTSMAN 10" Mitre Saw $25
210 Lost & Found tion figure, Momaw Nadon (Hammer- (650)595-3933
required second floor side- SEALED BID FOR PROVI- head). $8 Steve (650)518-6614 DrESSEr- ArT Deco. 54wide 34 tall
yard setback of a single- SION OF LIBRARY MATE- 22deep. $150. (650)888-2662. CrAFTSMAN 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
FOUND: KEYS at Westwood Park in dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
family residence located in RIALS, COLLECTION DE- Redwood City, off of Fernside. Call to
STAr wArS SDCC Stormtrooper
Commander $29 OBO Dan,
VELOPMENT SERVICES, claim (650)714-8893 DrESSEr- vICTOrIAN. 35 tall CrAFTSMAN rADIAL SAw, with cabi-
the R-1 Single-Family Resi- AND LIBRARY MATERIALS
(650)303-3568 lv msg
48wide 22 deep. W/ mirror 34x42 net stand, $200 Cash Only, (650)851-
dential Zoning District. PROCESSING POOL OF LOST - MY COLLAPSIBLE music stand, $450. (650)888-2662. 1045
1224 FRONTERA WAY: clip lights, and music in black bags were 302 Antiques
VENDORS DUE 4:00 P.M. taken from my car in Foster City and may DrESSEr-ArT DECO. Heavy Glass. CrAFTSMEN 3 saw blades $20. new.
DESIGN REVIEW to allow WEDNESDAY, March have been thrown out by disappointed ANTIqUE BUFFET Cabinet, with 2 large Top 51 tall 36 deep 14 wide $150. (650)573-5269
the demolition of a single- thieves. Please call (650)704-3595 drawers w/skeleton key, needs refinish- (650)888-2662.
29,2017. The Council of the ing. $700/obo.. ANTIqUE CHINA cabi- DELTA CABINET SAw with overrun ta-
story residence and new City of Redwood City re- net, with doors and legs, dark wood.. DrUM TABLE - brown, perfect condi- ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993
construction of a two-story serves the right to reject or LOST - Womans diamond ring. Lost $500/obo. (650)952-5049 tion, nice design, with storage, $45.,
(650)345-1111 LEAF BLOwEr electric 7.5 amps brand
residence located in the R-1 accept any proposal or bid 12/18. Broadway, Redwood City. new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269
REWARD! (650)339-2410 ANTIqUE ITALIAN lamp 18 high, $70
Single-Family Residential or any part or portion thereof (650)387-4002 ENTErTAINMENT CENTEr for $50.
rOUTEr TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new
or any combination of bid LOST CAT Our Felicity, weighs 7 lbs, Good shape, blonde, about 5' high.
Zoning District. she has a white nose, mouth, chin, all BEAUTIFUL AND UNIqUE Victorian (650)726-4102 (650)573-5269
300 EL CAMINO REAL: items or bids, and further re- Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose- SHOPSMITH MArK V 50th Anniversary
four legs, chest stomach, around her
serves the right to waive any wood. Carved. ExCELLENT CONDI- ESPrESSO TABLE 30 square, 40 tall, most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
EXTENSION OF AN AP- informality or honest clerical
neck. Black mask/ears, back, tail. Nice
REWARD. Please email us at TION! $350. (650)815-8999. $95 (650)375-8021 (650)504-0585
PROVED CONDITIONAL error in any bid. Late bids joandbill@msn.com or call 650-576- gLIDEr rocker and ottoman, oak, excel-
USE PERMIT for restaurant, 8745. She drinks water out of her paws. MAHOgANY ANTIqUE Secretary desk, vINTAgE CrAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
will not be accepted. 72 x 40 , 3 drawers, Display case, bev- lent condition. $100 650-345-5644
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
"Tai Wu", in an existing Silvia Vonderlinden elled glass, $400. (650)766-3024 LAwN CHAIrS (4) White, plastic, $8.
commercial building and re- vINTAgE CrAFTSMAN Jig Saw. Circa
City Clerk LOST CAT. Black and White. Black OLD vINTAgE Wooden Sea Captains
each, (415)346-6038
1947. $60. (650)245-7517
lated off-site parking. Date: March 7, 2017 patch on right eye. REWARD. Tool Chest 35 x 16 x 16, $65 LEATHEr SOFA, black, excellent condi-
Call (323) 439-7713. vINTAgE SHOPSMITH and BAND
At the time of the hearing, all 3/10/17 (650)591-3313 tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533
SAw, good shape. $500/obo. Call
interested persons are invit- CNS-2985385# LOST PHOTO Album. Small, green hard STOrE FrONT display cabinet, From LIvINg rOOM table 36"x19" exc condi- (650)342-6993
SAN MATEO DAILY cover wedding photo album around Bel-
ed to appear and be heard. mont's Carlmont Shopping Center near
1930, marble base. 72 long x 40 tallx tion $30.(415) 231-4825.
For further information or to JOUrNAL Lunardis on March 1. Reward.
21 deep. Asking $500. (650)341-1306
LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
(650) 918-8241.
review the application and 303 Electronics floral $99. (650)574-4021 309 Office Equipment
exhibits, please contact the LOST SMALL gray and green Parrot. NEw DELUxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin-
Redwood Shores. (650)207-2303. 46 MITSUBISHI Projector TV, great LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
Millbrae Community Devel- condition. $400. (650)261-1541.
ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must
Sell! (650) 875-8159. Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
opment Department 621 Books
Magnolia Avenue, Millbrae ANTArES DOLLArS Bill Changer ma- NEw TwIN Mattress set plus frame NEAT rECEIPTS Mobile Scanner new
chine s never used for small bus. $95 $30.00 (650) 347-2356 in box $79, call (650)324-8416
at (650) 259-2341. qUALITY BOOKS used and rare. World
& US History and classic American nov- (650)992-4544.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME OAK CLAw foot coffee table, needs
If anyone wishes to appeal STATEMENT #272318 els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530
310 Misc. For Sale
ANTArES DOLLArS Bill Changer ma-
any final action taken, The following person is doing business chine s never used for small bus. $95
as: Rosey Skye, 836 Park Ave, MOSS 294 Baby Stuff OAK SIX SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT "MOTHEr-IN-LAw TONgUES" plants,
he/she may do so by con- BEACH, CA 94038. Registered Owner:
(650)992-4544.
$55 (650)458-8280 3 in 5-gal cans. $10.00 each. (650)593-
tacting the City Clerk at Patricia Lauritzen, same address. The FISHEr-PrICE HEALTHY Care booster BLAUPUNKT AM/FM/CD Radio and Re- 7408
OFFICE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding
(650) 259-2333, to obtain business is conducted by an Individual.
The registrants commenced to transact
seat - $5 (650)592-5864. ceiver with Detachable Face asking legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
$100. (650)593-4490 500-600 BIg Band-era 78's--most mint,
the appropriate form and business under the FBN on 10/01/2016. 296 Appliances $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
pay the corresponding fee. /s/Patricia Lauritzen/ BULOvA wINDUP Travel clocks.Vin-
This statement was filed with the Asses- tage. Set of eight. $99. gene (650)421- 8 TrACKS, billy Joel, Zeppelin, Eagles
A completed form must be sor-County Clerk on 2/6/2017. (Publish- 1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender
5469
OUTDOOr wOOD SCrEEN - new $80 ,Commodores, more.40 @ $4 each , call
excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- obo Retail $130 (650)873-8167
submitted before the end of ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
0513 (650)393-9008
2/24/17, 3/3/17, 3/10/17, 3/17/17).
the appeal period stated at COMPLETE COLOr photo developer
Besler Enlarger, Color Head, trays, photo
PAPASAN CHAIrS (2) -with cushions
$45. each set, (650)347-8061 CHrISTMAS TrEE, 7.5 Oregon pine,
the conclusion of the hear- AIr CONDITIONEr 10000 BTU w/re-
tools $50/ (650)921-1996 1225 tips, hooked construction with
NOTICE OF PETITION TO mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG
ing ADMINISTEr ESTATE OF brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- rECLINEr CHAIr blue tweed clean stand. Used once. $49. (415)650-6407
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ly Chavez Sperduto in the Superior (650)345-1835 with 'A-shape' key layout Num pad, $20 rOCKINg CHAIrS solid wood, great condition $50 (650)878-9542
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estate of the decedent. The petition re- card Belmont (650)595-8855 (650)573-5269 INCUBATOr, $99, (650)678-5133
quests the decedents will and codicils, if CIrrUS STEAM mop model SM212B 4
any, be admitted to probate. The will new extra cleaning pads,user manual. NEw HP Desk Jet 1112 Printer plus ex- SHELF rUBBEr maid new $20.00 LArgE BLACK Ciao Luggage 26"
and any codicils are available for exami- $45. (650)588-5487 tra cartridges- $50. Call (650)345-1234 contact joe (650)573-5269 w/wheels, Good Condition $35 (650)952-
nation in the file kept by the court. The 3500
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME petition requests authority to administer contact joe (650)573-5269
STATEMENT #272684 the estate under the Independent Admin- Red Brand New! (still in box) $100 Surround, HDMI, Dolby, Sirius Ready, LIONEL CHrISTMAS Boxcars 2005,
The following person is doing business istration of Estates Act. (This authority (650)918-9847 Cinema Filter.$95/ Offer (650)591-2393 THOMASvILLE BEvELED mirror 22" x 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368-
will allow the personal representative to 12" $50. Call (650)834-4833 7537
as: Venkatesh Consulting, 52 Roslyn take many actions without obtaining ELECTrIC STOvE From Sears OPTIMUS H36 ST5800 Tower Speaker
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same address. The business is conduct- representative will be required to give no- OrIgINAL AM/FM 1967/68 Honda Ra-
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commenced to trans act business under have waived notice or consented to the Cleaner, Micron Filter System, Model
7683 $20. 650-952-3500 PIONEEr HOUSE Speakers, pair. 15
the FBN on 3/9/2017. proposed action.) The independent ad-
inch 3-way, black with screens. Work
/s/Nandini Venkatesh/ ministration authority will be granted un-
less an interested person files an objec- gOOD MICrOwAvE 1100 watt $40 Da- great. $99.(650)243-8198
This statement was filed with the Asses-
sor-County Clerk on 3/9/2017. (Publish- tion to the petition and shows good ly City (415) 231-4825.
SAMSUNg FLAT TV 20" ex.co.incl.
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, cause why the court should not grant the VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544
authority. JACK LALANE'S power juicer. $40.
3/10/17, 3/17/17, 3/24/17, 3/31/17). A hearing on the petition will be held in Call (650)364-1243. Leave message.
SONY DHg-HDD250 DVR and program-
this court as follows: 3/29/2017 at 9:00 able remote.
UPrIgHT vACUUM Cleaner, $10. Call Record OTA. Clock set issues $99
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vINTAgE g.E. radio, model c-430-a
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Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, 297 Bicycles vINTAgE g.E. radio, model c1470 $60.
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ADULT BIKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- vINTAgE zENITH radio, model L516b
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 $75. (650)421-5469
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CHILDS BICYCLE in good condition.
$30. (650)355-5189 304 Furniture
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ANTIqUE DININg table for six people
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318 Sports Equipment 1955 CHEvY BEL AIr 2 door, Standard
Daily Journals Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000 (650) 340-0492
SAMSONITE 26" tan hard-sided suit Reach over 83,450
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new. 15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds, Auto Classifieds. obo. (650)952-4036.
$60. (650)328-6709 Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 potential home buyers &
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each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno renters a day, LUxUrATI AUTO rEPAIr
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obo. (650) 952-4036.
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
formation.
CHILDS KICK scooter by razor with hel- to Palo Alto. well run it Smog Check
met $25 obo (650)591-6842 til you sell it! COrvETTE 69 50.000 miles. $19,000. Repair Services
in your local newspaper. Best Cash Offer. (650)481-5296. Collision and Body Work
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pockets. $25.(650)646-8530 Call (650)344-5200 reach 83,450 drivers FOrD 64 Falcon. 4DR Sedan. 6 cyl.
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aged condition $200 San Bruno $50. (650)593-4490 San Mateo County 640 Motorcycles/Scooters BrIDgESTONE ALENzA 235/65R17,
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01 TOYOTA Camry, limited, V6, 108K 98,500 miles, $3,500 or best offer.
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(650) 995-0003 COBrA CABLE chains for radial and
BALDwIN grAND PIANO, 6 foot, ex- ** SOLD to a Daily Journal reader!** regular tires, never used $65.00
CHEvrOLET 86 ASTROVAN, 63K
cellent condition, $8,500/obo. Call miles, $3800 (650)481-5296 MOTOrCYCLE SADDLEBAgS, with (650)593-1780
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LADIES MCgrEgOr Golf Clubs
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Call (650)670-2888 gOODYEAr TIrE P245/70R-15 Like
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first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow Do the humane thing. 645 Boats
MEN'S CALLAwAY Rain Jacket XL . NEw CONTINENTAL Temporary tire
sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer.
Mint Condition worn only a few times. Donate it to the CHEvY HHr 08 - Grey, spunky car
mounted on 5 lug rim Size T125/70/R17-
(415)751-2416 Humane Society. loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500. 16 FT SEA rAY. I/B. $1,200. Needs Up-
$50 650-208-5758 (408)807-6529. 98M $100. (650)483-1222
gULBrANSEN BABY grAND PIANO - Call 1- 800-943-8412 holstery. Call (650)898-5732.
MEN'S rOSSIgNOL Skis. $95.00, NEw SNOw Cables SZ327 $19 650-
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(650)343-4461 good condition, (650)341-0282. $2,500, call (650)481-5296 2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
excellend condition. $5,500. Call
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vate owner, (650)349-1172 Mateo. miles reduced $18,995 obo (650)520- LINCOLN 02 Navigator, excellent condi-
MONArCH UPrIgHT player piano $99 POwEr PLUS Exercise Machine $99 4650 tion. Runs great! Must sell! $4,400/obo. 650 rvs 680 Autos wanted
(650) 583-4549 (650)368-3037 (650)342-4227.
rv - 2013 wINNEBAgO ITASCA Na- wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
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Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- (650)302-5523 Parts collection etc.
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$1600. (707) 980.0915. (650)588-0828
vINTAgE ENgLISH ladies ice skates -
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20 Modern 12 Israeli weapons
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BOY SCOUT canvas belt with Boy Scout
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BLACK & Decker 18, Hedge Trimmer, portraitist 26 River in Hades
FAUx FUr Coat Woman's brown multi
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color in excellent condition 3/4
length $50 (650)692-8012 that includes do
CHAIN SAw, 16 ,Craftsmen ,electric, Bsame 29 Trails for
LADIES BOOTS size 8 , 3 pairs different
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LADIES SEqUIN dress, blue, size XL, 32 As 30 Go back to zero
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208
345 Medical Equipment 38 __ work: menial 31 Swiss borders?
LEATHEr JACKET, New Black Italian labor 33 __ Palmas: Gran
style, size M Ladies $45 (650) 875-1708 BATH CHAIr LIFT. Peterman battery Canaria capital
39 Venerate
LOUIS vUITTON monogram leather operated bath chair lift. Stainless steel
clutch/computer carry case 10.25x13.5. 40 1992 opponent 34 Author LeShan
frame. Accepts up to 350lbs. Easily in-
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serted I/O tub.$250 OBO.
MAN'S BLACK leather jacket, size 40, (650) 739-6489. George
like new. $85.00 (650)593-1780
41 As
MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, 44 What a bump
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40
(650) 578-9208 may affect
garage Sales
MEN'S STETSON hat, size large, new, 45 Sources of
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 peeps
(650) 578-9208
NEw wITH tags Wool or cotton Men's gArAgE SALES 46 Nation with a
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pullover sweaters
(650)952-3466
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ESTATE SALES currency: Abbr.
PArIS HILTON purse white & silver un- Make money, make room! 49 Title for actor
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SIzE 38 tan gabardine navy officers uni-
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moving sale, 55 Most trusted
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estate sale, 60 As
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vINTAgE 1970S Grecian made dress,
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rummage sale, wild
wILSON'S Lg Green Suede Jacket
clearance sale, or 64 CIA predecessor
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RINK
backwards, we will do everything we can to The northern neighbor is looking for a
make sure the process of improving the Comment on new operator at its Burlingame Golf
building to support the ice rink will hap- or share this story at Center, and the newly formed nonprofit
pen, and will happen as soon as possible www.smdailyjournal.com Mid-Peninsula Ice Rink Foundation sub-
Continued from page 1 so that kids can be skating later this year. mitted a redevelopment proposal. The
Goethals and Artzt said its their under- foundation, formed by Bridgepointe sup-
mer Ice Center maintained one sheet of ice, standing a long-term lease at a price com- After hearing the planning commis- porters and following the Belmont rinks
locker rooms, bleachers and a neighboring parable to other rinks would be offered. sioners who voted against the most recent closure, contend a two-sheet rink would
restaurant occupied the building along Goethals applauded rink advocates whod offer and members of the public who also provide needed recreation to the broader
Bridgepointe Parkway. shown up to countless public meetings in urged the offer be rejected, I have decided community.
Despite SPI representatives having droves with kids clad in hockey and figure to offer the space to ice rink operators who The Burlingame City Council will con-
adamantly maintained they had no inten- skating gear, launched a public campaign, want to re-open an ice rink in the existing sider proposals, which also include offers
tion of ever reopening the rink as recently hired attorneys and pushed to preserve the facility, Wong said. from Top Golf and a badminton group,
as last month, years of pressure from the facility. SPI had argued new retail offerings were Tuesday, March 21.
community led to a change of heart. This rink means so much to so many necessary to meet changing demands. But Foundation co-founder Mike Strambi said
This has been a long and difficult and we are beside ourselves with joy that with more shopping online and other it was premature to say whether they would
process and I misjudged the civic devotion this rink will hopefully reopen, we want property looking for experiential offer- pull their application to Burlingame, but
to the ice rink, SPI Partner Dennis Wong to make sure it does reopen and until it ings like Hillsdale Shopping Centers said its wonderful Bridgepointe would
said in a statement, adding they will make does, were not going to count our chick- upcoming bowling alley and cinema, reopen.
the space available for an operator who can ens, Artzt said, while expressing appre- many have credited the ice rink as a draw We are ecstatic that it is clear that ice
reopen the facility. ciation for Goethals and SPIs Wong. for Bridgepointe. sports will continue on the mid-Peninsula,
Before children return to hockey practice SPIs sudden turnaround includes with- Over the course of the former Ice which we always believed there was a
at Bridgepointe, SPI will have to find an drawing its application to amend the sites Centers 2013 closure, the Planning strong need for and could be economically
operator willing to invest in upgrading the master plan, which has explicit provi- Commission has reviewed SPIs request at viable, Strambi said. Theres a lot of
equipment thats sat unused for years. sions prohibiting the rink from being least three times and consistently recom- pent-up demand for ice and this will help
Councilman Joe Goethals, an active sup- demolished without prior council mended a denial. Initially, SPI offered to absorb this underserved need.
porter who has collaborated with officials approval. construct a park restroom and turf an exist- Sarah Feldman, CEO and co-founder of
from other cities and the county to poten- The council will no longer consider the ing field, estimated to cost about $1 mil- the Silicon Valley Ice Skating Association,
tially create a regional facility, said hes $8 million offer March 20, a meeting lion. SPI amended their proposal over the which formed after Belmont Iceland closed
confident San Mateos rink will reopen already foreshadowed by the Planning years, including offering $3 million to the and has been working to either reopen it or
with haste. Commission narrowly voting 3-2 to deny city and a $1 million to the San Mateo provide for a location for a new rink in that
This is a revelation of SPI. Save the SPIs request. Last month, several com- Police Activities League. When the council city, was also pleased by the announce-
Rink [advocates] never gave up and the missioners unleashed strong criticism at turned that down last year, SPI upped the ment.
city of San Mateo has been seeking a reso- SPI for its apparent lack of consideration ante to $8 million. Personally, I am thrilled for the success
lution thats a win for the residents, for the community, while urging represen- For the first time in years, SPI nudged a of our sister effort. They have worked so
Goethals said. The operator will need a tatives to reconsider the financial viabili- bit closer to its goal as rink supporters sug- hard for so long, she said in an email.
long-term lease because there will need to ty of reopening the rink. gested potentially easing their opposition This will be an amazing gem that the com-
be some capital investment in order to get Wong, who has not been present for most if San Mateo allocated the funds toward a munity will treasure as a legacy for decades
it going. But San Mateo will bend over of the meetings, explained the turnaround. creating a new rink in Burlingame. to come.

pooling their resources to host an art show doing to make a living out of art, she said. engage with art, which makes them all the

ART
Continued from page 1
for students from schools in Redwood City,
San Carlos and Atherton.
From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, student
Though Fridays event might be the first
time some students will get a chance to see
where professional artists work, their
more critical.
Theyre not exposed to it, she said.
We dont go to museums.
artists will share their work with the gener- monthly Art in Action classes have given From seeing several parent volunteers
al public at the Art Center of Redwood City them a window into the lives of artists who helping to hang artwork and ensure there
home for young students. and San Carlos. Hundreds of pieces of art have created the seminal works of their are kid-friendly refreshments for Fridays
They definitely have a huge sense of from students in kindergarten through time. event, Bangs is well aware these opportuni-
pride that their piece was picked to be eighth-grade at Selby Lane Elementary Jackie Ward has been a parent volunteer ties for students to engage with art would
hung, she said. School in Atherton, Our Lady of Mount for Art in Action classes at Selby Lane not be possible without parent support.
Bravo manages the training of parent Carmel School in Redwood City, Adelante Elementary School in Atherton for the past
volunteers engaging students with art proj- Very often the parents are sort of the
Spanish Immersion School in Redwood 12 years. Ward has three children who have unsung heroes with Art in Action, she
ects in Peninsula classrooms as Art in City, Taft Elementary School in Redwood or currently attend the school, and helps
Actions program manager for the last five said.
City and Arbor Bay School in San Carlos, students bring the school hallways to life
years. Though she has seen opportunities For Bravo and Bangs, who are both work-
will cover the walls of the Art Center at with their projects, reminiscent of famous
for students to learn about art flourish ing toward making an art a fixture in the
1700 Industrial Road in San Carlos. artworks and styles.
through the program, she has also seen community, Fridays event is a celebration
As the seven walls she is dedicating to Ward said the middle school curriculum
space where art projects can be hung and of everyone involved in creating and show-
the event fill up, Bangs has seen a buzz for Art in Action classes corresponds with
celebrated dwindle as school hallways fill ing art.
among the community of artists gathered at the material students are covering in their
up and local libraries have reorganized with social studies classes. Third-grade students It teaches the kids that when you are an
less open wall space. the Art Center. The Art Center provides stu- artist and you create, part of that is to share
dio, show and classroom space for local at Selby Lane recently completed projects
When Bravos good friend Rebecca inspired by Vincent van Goghs The Starry your artwork with the community, said
Bangs, president of the Art Center of artists, many of whom are professionals Bravo. Sticking it in the garage is not
looking for a community where they can Night, giving them a window into the
Redwood City and San Carlos, asked her if events influencing the 19th century artists completing the cycle of creation.
she had enough wall space for student proj- work and share their art.
colorful, textured landscape and portrait The Young Artists Reception will be 6
ects, Bravo jumped at her question. The artists have been very thrilled, she p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, March 10, at the Art
paintings.
Were seeing a need in the community said. Its so exciting the kid art mingled Center of Redwood City and San Carlos,
During the hourlong sessions Ward leads,
where people need a place to display, said with our art. 1700 Industrial Road in San Carlos.
she sees students use their
Bangs. When we started looking at alter- For Bravo, the celebration of student art- imaginations, putting them-
nate ways we could help promote art within work in the midst of professional pieces selves in the shoes of the
the community, I started a conversation draws an important connection between artists to better understand
with [Bravo] of hey, do you guys have what students are working on in the class- why they made specific deci-
enough display space? room and what is possible for students pur- sions in their art. Ward
Now Bravo and Bangs, who both were suing art projects. knows that these classes are,
both Art in Action parent volunteers and I think it will be really cool for the kids for some students, the only
met when their children attended Brittan to see their art next to professional artists opportunity for them to
Acres Elementary School in San Carlos, are work, and for them to see what people are

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