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City of San Mateo, mayor sued over Twitter use
Litigation raises debate on what information is considered public under existing rules
By Samantha Weigel officials and government agencies Cities, noted the law hasn’t quite “It’s an issue that’s been out open questions. So I think it’s
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF use social media. kept pace with the changing land- there for quite a while, but this is going to be a process, certainly
The petition submitted in San scape of modern communication. the first lawsuit that I’m aware of judicial, but maybe legislation as
The emerging legal debate on Mateo County Superior Court Ultimately, there’s lingering that has addressed the use by cities well to get some clarity.”
government’s role in the Monday highlights a legal gray debate on what information is and public officials of Twitter and Sunnyvale resident Angela
Twitterverse has crash landed in zone — what is the public entitled considered public under existing the limitations Twitter has with Greben filed the first in what could
San Mateo. to when it comes to social media rules. And Whitnell suspects fur- respect to preserving records, ” be several lawsuits asking a judge
Litigation was filed against the communications? ther action —  either behind the said Whitnell, who is not a party to weigh in on whether a govern-
city, its mayor and Police Patrick Whitnell, general coun- bench or in the Capitol — will in the case. “This is a revolving
Department regarding how public sel for the League of California follow. area of the law and there’s a lot of See SUIT, Page 20

Scope begins
on Broadway
Plaza project
Planning Commission suggests studying Redwood
City development’s effects on traffic and families
By Anna Schuessler first step the developer is taking
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF to scope the environmental
impact of the project, expected to
As The Sobrato Organization make hundreds of residential units
continues on a long road toward a and commercial space available on
green light for the mixed-use proj- the city’s southern edge, since the
ect it is proposing for Redwood City Council’s March approval of
City’s Broadway Plaza and a near- a consideration of General Plan
by parcel, planning commission- and zoning amendments that
AUSTIN WALSH/DAILY JOURNAL ers are urging a closer look at the would allow the project to contin-
Portions of the Broadway interchange connecting Burlingame to Highway 101 will be closed for construction development’s traffic impact, mix ue.
this weekend as crews expect to soon begin the final phase of work. Below: Construction equipment readies un- of housing units and continued Previously submitted in June,
derneath the pedestrian crossing near Broadway. City officials are hopeful to complete the project by this summer. community outreach. the developer amended its project
Tuesday night’s Planning

Broadway exchange enters final phase Commission meeting marked the See PLAZA, Page 18

Officials hopeful interchange is soon completed, not all merchants satisfied
By Austin Walsh
County’s top transit official

Construction to iron out kinks
now earns nearly $500,000
at the heavily-used exchange link- Caltrain,TA, SamTrans leader Jim Hartnett
ing Broadway in Burlingame to
Highway 101 is beginning a final receives raise,bonus with other benefits
phase and officials are hopeful the By Samantha Weigel rate for the
project is nearing completion. DAILY JOURNAL STAFF work, while
To set the stage for the final critics argue it’s
block of work, the Highway 101 After two years on the job, the out of line with
ramps at Old Bayshore Highway county’s top transit leader is now the public sec-
will be closed between 10 p.m. earning nearly $500,000 in total tor.
Thursday, April 20, and 6 a.m. compensation including benefits J i m
Friday, April 21. Drivers seeking following an annual raise and per- Hartnett’s title
highway access will be rerouted to formance bonus. as general man-
Millbrae Avenue, which will also It’s an amount the San Mateo ager and CEO of
be the recommended course for Jim Hartnett
County Transit District Board of
Directors contends is commensu- See HARTNETT, Page 6
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Thought for the Day
“If anyone tells you something strange about
the world, something you had never heard
before, do not laugh but listen attentively; make
him repeat it, make him explain it; no doubt
there is something there worth taking hold of.”
— Georges Duhamel, French author

This Day in History
The U.S. Supreme Court, in Wooley

1977 v. Maynard, ruled 6-3 that car owners
could refuse to display state mottoes
on license plates, such as New
Hampshire’s “Live Free or Die.” The
Woody Allen comedy “Annie Hall,” co-starring Diane
Keaton in the title role, went into general release.
In 1 7 9 2 , France declared war on Austria, marking the start
of the French Revolutionary Wars.
In 1 8 6 1 , Col. Robert E. Lee resigned his commission in
the United States Army. (Lee went on to command the Army
of Northern Virginia, and eventually became general-in-
chief of the Confederate forces.)
In 1 8 8 9 , Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria.
In 1 9 1 2 , Boston’s Fenway Park hosted its first profes-
sional baseball game while Navin Field (Tiger Stadium)
opened in Detroit. (The Red Sox defeated the New York
Highlanders 7-6 in 11 innings; the Tigers beat the REUTERS
Cleveland Naps 6-5 in 11 innings.) Members of the ‘Yenisei walruses’ winter swimming club, Alexander Alexandrov, right, 39, and Konstantin Kindinov, 15, step
In 1 9 1 4 , the Ludlow Massacre took place when the from one floe to another during an ice drift on the Yenisei River in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
Colorado National Guard opened fire on a tent colony of
striking miners; about 20 (accounts vary) strikers, women In other news ...
and children died.
Testing begins after brown bearded 58-year-old pipe smoker Crack open a lukewarm one:
In 1 9 1 6 , the Chicago Cubs played their first game at
“emanates calm and comes across as
Wrigley Field (then known as Weeghman Park); the Cubs spots appear in two Florida cities steady.” Indiana’s quirky rules about beer
defeated the Cincinnati Reds 7-6.
SPRINGFIELD, Fla. — The Florida Vanuytrecht is pleased — and sur- INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana law
In 1 9 4 7 , Denmark’s King Christian X, a popular symbol
Department of Environmental prised. More than 50 people applied, allows someone to walk out of a con-
of resistance to German occupation during World War II, died
Protection is looking into complaints and state broadcaster ORF quotes him venience store and crack open a beer
at age 76, ending a reign of 35 years.
about brown spots that are appearing as saying “I thought I have no purchased there, but it can’t be a cold
In 1 9 6 8 , Pierre Elliott Trudeau was sworn in as prime min- chance.”
on cars, boats, air conditioning units one.
ister of Canada.
and other objects in a couple of cities. Built into a cliff, the more than 350- Decades-old rules, closely guarded
Dozens of people complained to year-old hermitage near the town has by elected officials who receive gener-
Birthdays Springfield city officials in the last
week or so, prompting them to ask the
no heat, no running water and is habit-
able only between April and
ous donations from the liquor store
lobby, strictly manage who can sell
environmental agency to investigate. November. “iced or cooled” beer for carryout.
Agency spokeswoman Brandy Smith The hermit’s unpaid job includes It’s a right granted to package liquor
says investigators have visited some greeting pilgrims making the trek to stores and restaurants but denied gas
of the larger nearby industrial facili- the building, which has been empty stations and convenience stores —
ties, but didn’t find a potential source since a Benedictine monk left last that is, until one gas station owner dis-
for the spots. year. covered a loophole. He installed seat-
Charles Lewis tells The News Herald ing and served burritos, landing a
the spots went through the clear top Texas woman awarded $760K for restaurant classification and the right
coat on the hood of his new silver SUV skydiving accident in Oklahoma to sell cold beer.
Actor George Actor Crispin Actress Carmen and won’t come off. The maneuver has ignited a fierce
Takei is 80. Glover is 53. Electra is 45. Springfield Mayor Ralph Hammond OKLAHOMA CITY — A Texas legislative battle, with some of the
says so far no one has reported health woman has been awarded $760,000 state’s most powerful lawmakers
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens is 97. after she was badly injured in a skydiv-
issues. scrambling to pass legislation to
Actor Leslie Phillips is 93. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., is 81. ing accident in Oklahoma. close the loophole, underscoring the
Singer Johnny Tillotson is 79. Actor Ryan O’Neal is 76.
Bluegrass singer-musician Doyle Lawson (Quicksilver) is 73. Austrian town finds its hermit Makenzie Wethington was 16 in liquor lobby’s clout.
January 2014 when her parachute mal- “It’s crazy,” said Jay Ricker, who
Actress Judith O’Dea (Film: “Night of the Living Dead”) is 72. after international search functioned and she fell more than created the uproar by serving Mexican
Rock musician Craig Frost (Grand Funk; Bob Seger’s Silver
VIENNA — A months-long interna- 3,000 feet to the ground in Chickasha. fare and securing the proper alcohol
Bullet Band) is 69. Actor Gregory Itzin is 69. Actress Jessica
tional search by an Austrian town to Her injuries included damage to her permits at two of his Ricker’s stores.
Lange is 68. Actress Veronica Cartwright is 68. Actor Clint
find a new hermit has ended — and liver and a kidney, some bleeding in “It points out the absurdity of the cur-
Howard is 58. Actor Andy Serkis is 53. Olympic silver medal
Stan’s the man. her brain, and a broken pelvis, lumbar rent regulations.”
figure skater Rosalynn Sumners is 53. Actor William deVry is
Mayor Erich Rohrmoser of spine in her lower back, shoulder blade Liquor stores say they are protecting
49. Country singer Wade Hayes is 48. Actor Shemar Moore is
Saalfelden, near Salzburg, says offi- and several ribs and several teeth. what’s theirs, with store permits auc-
47. Reggae singer Stephen Marley is 45. Rock musician
Marty Crandall is 42. Actor Joey Lawrence is 41. Country cials chose Belgian Stan Vanuytrecht, Court records show the now-19-year- tioning for as much as $500,000. But
musician Clay Cook (Zac Brown Band) is 39. Actor Clayne a former artillery officer, surveyor and old Wethington of Joshua, Texas, was their influence extends beyond pre-
Crawford is 39. Actor Tim Jo is 33. a Roman Catholic deacon, because the awarded $760,000 last week. serving cold beer rights.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL LOCAL Thursday • April 20, 2017 3
Court interpreters protest unequal wages Police reports All around the mulberry bush
Walkout highlights locked negotiations between union and region of courts Someone was running around in circles
with another person following him tak-
By Anna Schuessler tractors when they are short-staffed.
“They rely on a lot of contractors, and ing photos at Shell Boulevard and
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF Comment on Bounty Drive in Foster City, it was
or share this story at they pay the contractors a lot more money,”
she said. reported at 4:33 p.m. Friday, April 14.
In an effort to bring attention to pay
inequities among court employees, court Aranguren said courts have been com-
interpreters walked out of their jobs and pelled to pay interpreters working as con- BURLINGAME
advocated for fair pay outside the San Mateo the San Francisco Superior Court and chair tractors market-rate wages close to the fed-
County Superior Court in Redwood City of the regional system of courts negotiating eral rate, which she said is $52 per hour. She Di s turbance. There was a neighbor dispute
Wednesday. with the interpreters’ union, said the San added courts have also had to pay for the over bush trimmings and garbage on Park
For the past eight months, court inter- Mateo County Superior Court could only travel expenses for contract interpreters Road, it was reported at 12:32 p.m. Tuesday,
preters say they have been locked in negoti- provide interpreters for 36 of the 87 matters traveling to San Mateo County from the April 18.
ations with a committee representing the 13 that required them Wednesday, disrupting Central Valley and other remote locations, Sus pi ci o us v ehi cl e. A white van was
Northern California counties included in the court proceedings, some of which were con- which she said doesn’t make sense when reported 11:06 a.m. Tuesday, April 18, driv-
regional contract that determines their tinued or continued without interpreters. state court interpreters make an average of ing slowly in the neighborhood of Toledo
wages. Because their benefits are determined “Obviously, the strike doesn’t help,” he $36 per hour. Avenue and Arguello Drive.
by the counties where they work, the group, said. “We really would just prefer to get For Palacio, who has a son, employer- S us p i c i o us v e h i c l e . Someone called
which is largely represented by the union them back to the table.” provided benefits such as health insurance police at 1:45 a.m. Tuesday, April 18, to
California Federation of Interpreters, said Yuen said he is waiting for the union to and the stability of a full-time job are essen- report a vehicle was parked in their space on
interpreters have not been granted wage counter a proposal the region he represents tial components of her compensation. El Camino Real for more than an hour with
increases in line with recent increases recently submitted, which could mean a 15 “For me, it’s not really an option to be a the rear door open.
granted to other court employees. percent increase in wages over the next contractor,” she said. Fo und pro perty. A pocketknife was found
Carol Palacio has been certified as a court three years for some interpreters. Yuen said Camille Taiara, chair of the California in a storm drain on Broadway before 1:01
interpreter for the San Mateo County a salary of $76,000 could go all the way up Federation of Interpreters’ Language Access p.m. Friday, April 7.
Superior Court for 18 years, and said the to $89,000 in some cases at the end of three Research and Advocacy Committee, said the Sus pi ci o us ci rcums tances . A man was
courts’ refusal to negotiate a wage offset to years. stagnation of salaries for court interpreters looking into cars on Cortez Avenue before
compensate interpreters for recent increases Palacio said the union’s most recent over the years has threatened language 12:58 p.m. Friday, April 7.
in pension contributions some counties counter to the region was a 25 percent access for the courts across the state. A cer-
have implemented caused her and nine other increase in wages over three years, which tified interpreter for the Alameda County BELMONT
colleagues to walk out Wednesday. she hoped would bring wages state inter- Superior Court since 2011, Taiara knows Theft. Someone let someone else they did-
“Our members are struggling as it is, just preters make closer to those of federal and how challenging the road to becoming a n’t know use their phone and they walked off
to make ends meet,” she said. “They refuse interpreters who work as contractors, and court interpreter can be. She said it can take with it at Lake Road and Hallmark Drive, it
to bargain that at all.” make considerably more. many years to become fluent in two lan- was reported at 11:32 a.m. Tuesday, April
Palacio, a member of the interpreters’ “We’re just trying to lobby for pay pari- guages at the level where one can discuss 18.
regional bargaining committee, said an ty,” she said. forensic evidence and legal terms, which Sus pi ci o us pers o n. Someone on a bike
October decision to require employees in Mary Lou Aranguren, statewide bargain- makes the two-part certification exam one with a shopping cart was checking doors on
San Mateo County courts to increase their ing coordinator for the California of the most difficult exams to pass in the businesses and garages on Old County Road
pension contribution cut down the take- Federation of Interpreters, said the San and O’Neill Avenue, it was reported at 4:30
home pay for county interpreters. While Mateo County Superior Court has seen a See WAGES, Page 20 a.m. Tuesday, April 18.
other court employees had the ability to drop in the number of full-time interpreters
negotiate with the San Mateo County from 15 to 10 in recent years, which she
Superior Court to obtain increased wages to attributes to their stagnant wages as the
offset this change, Palacio said interpreters cost of living rises. Aranguren has been an
were bound to the wages set by their region- interpreter at the Alameda County Superior
al contract. Court for 20 years, and said it’s not uncom-
T. Michael Yuen, court executive officer of mon for courts to hire interpreters as con-
4 Thursday • April 20, 2017 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

Sex offender pleads no contest a public safety issue,” District Attorney For more information on the rail grinding
Steve Wagstaffe said. Local briefs work visit
to felony escape in San Mateo Aguirre was convicted in October 1998 of ing project April 26 from San Francisco to or call the Caltrain Construction Outreach
A registered sex offender who was in cus- molesting a girl under the age of 13, which the cities of South San Francisco, San Hotline at (650) 508-7726.
tody for failing to register pleaded no con- counts as a prior strike under California’s Bruno, San Mateo and San Jose with work at
test Tuesday to felony escape charges after Three Strikes law, according to Wagstaffe. each location to be completed in one or two Man killed in RV fire
walking away from an interview at a drug “That has the effect of doubling the sen- nights, according to the transit agency. Sunday morning identified
treatment program in San Mateo while his tence,” Wagstaffe said. The work, expected to be completed by
Prosecutors initially asked the judge for a A 52-year-old man who died after a recre-
probation officer was out to lunch. May 19 is to reduce noise and create a
four-year sentence, but Aguirre is facing no ational vehicle caught fire in unincorporat-
Salvador Velasquez Aguirre, 48, was smoother ride for passengers. A rail-mount- ed North Fair Oaks on Sunday morning has
dropped off for an admission interview at more than 32 months of jail time when he ed, locomotive-sized grinder will be used to
returns to court for sentencing on June 13. been identified as Rolando Garza, according
Project Ninety in the vicinity of Second restore the shape of the rail to its original to the Santa Clara County medical examin-
Avenue and South Claremont Street by his Defense attorney William Johnston has configuration which allows a better fit for
filed a Romero motion, which asks the court er’s office.
probation officer on Feb. 24. He was not the train wheel on top of the rails’ head. The
to overlook Aguirre’s prior conviction, Menlo Park Fire Protection District fire-
guarded, and walked out the front door dur- grinding creates noise, which the rail
effectively “striking the strike,” Johnston fighters responded to a report of smoke
ing a trip to the bathroom. agency said roughly compares to shop
said. coming from a garage at 3190 Park Road
After a delay, the officer reported tools or shouting, but is quieter than a train
“His conduct is not especially egre- just before 6 a.m. Sunday.
Aguirre’s escape to San Mateo police. They whistle or a gas-powered lawn mower. The
gious,” he said. “In some respects, it’s sort grinding will also create a shower of sparks, They found a RV parked next to the
searched the area and found Aguirre at a near- garage, extinguished the fire and checked
of a walkaway.” so fire suppression equipment will be on
by Caltrain station. for victims. Garza was found inside in full
Aguirre remains in custody on no-bail hand throughout the process, according to
Aguirre was apprehended after a short pur- status. cardiac arrest, according to firefighters.
suit, according to San Mateo County prose- He was taken to a hospital in Santa Clara
The equipment must be used when there is
cutors. Caltrain rail grinding County, where he was pronounced dead.
reduced train traffic, which means the grind-
“When you’re dealing with someone Firefighters determined that the fire was
who’s a sex offender and is doing time for a to begin April 26 ing must take place from 10 p.m. to 4:30
likely caused by an extension cord running
a.m., according to Caltrain.
violation of his parole and then runs, that’s Caltrain will begin a two-week rail grind- through the driver’s side door of the RV.

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THE DAILY JOURNAL STATE/NATION Thursday • April 20, 2017 5
Ann Coulter vows to speak at Around the state
Berkeley despite cancellation Et h i cs Op i n i o n s s ai d.
SAN FRANCISCO — Ann Coulter fired off California voters have legalized the use of
an angry stream of tweets Wednesday vow- recreational and medical marijuana, but the
ing to speak as planned drug remains illegal under federal law.
next week at the The committee said involvement in a pot
University of California, business could also cast doubt on a judge’s
Berkeley after campus ability to act impartially, particularly in
officials called off the marijuana-related cases.
event for security con- “There will always be at least an appear-
cerns. ance of impropriety and doubts regarding
“I WILL BE SPEAKING impartiality when a judge decides to disre-
NEXT THURSDAY,” the gard a law to benefit his or her personal
Ann Coulter right-wing commentator interest,” the committee wrote.
tweeted, calling the The committee cited judicial ethics rules
move to cancel her planned event on April on marijuana in Maryland, Washington
27 a ban on free speech. state and Colorado, though none appears to
Coulter was invited to speak at Berkeley address pot investments.
by campus Republicans on the subject of In Maryland, judicial appointees may not
illegal immigration. The event raised con- grow, process or dispense medical cannabis.
cerns of more violence at Berkeley, where In Washington state, judges cannot allow
masked rioters smashed windows, set fires court employees to have medical marijuana
and shut down an appearance by former businesses, and in Colorado, judges cannot
Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos in use marijuana, according to the committee.
University officials sent the Berkeley California sells high-speed
College Republicans a letter Tuesday, say-
ing that officials and campus police had rail bonds despite lawsuit
determined they could not ensure the safety SACRAMENTO — California’s state
of Coulter, audience members or protesters treasurer is selling about $1.25 billion in
Artist’s rendering of LHS 1140b. expected at the event. high-speed rail bonds despite an ongoing
“We have been unable to find a safe and legal challenge to the project.

Another nearby planet found suitable venue,” said the letter from Vice
Chancellor Scott Biddy and Vice Chancellor
for Student Affairs Stephen Sutton. “Given
Deputy Treasurer Tim Schaefer said
Wednesday that the bonds will be issued on
Thursday even though the lawsuit isn’t
current active security threats, it is not pos- resolved.

that may be just right for life sible to assure that the event could be held
A Sacramento County Superior Court
judge postponed until next week a hearing
on opponents’ latest attempt to derail the
By Seth Borenstein both oxygen and some carbon in an atmos- Committee advises California $64 billion bullet train.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS phere, that’s a promising sign that some- Opponents’ attorney, Stuart Flashman,
thing could be living. judges not to invest in pot says it won’t matter that the bonds are sold
WASHINGTON — Astronomers have Outside astronomers have already put SAN FRANCISCO — A California because the lawsuit aims to block the state
found yet another planet that seems to have this new planet near the top of their must- Supreme Court committee advised judges in from spending whatever money is raised
just the right Goldilocks combination for see lists for new ground and space-based the state Wednesday to stay away from pot from the nearly $10 billion in bonds that
life: Not so hot and not so cold. It’s not so telescopes. — meaning investments in pot businesses. voters approved in 2008.
far away, either. “This is the first one where we actually Mai n t ai n i n g an y i n t eres t i n a b us i - Their lawsuit says legislation signed into
This new, big, dense planet is rocky, like know it’s rocky,” Charbonneau said. “We n es s t h at i n v o l v es medi cal o r recre- law last year goes beyond what California
Earth, and has the right temperatures for found a planet that we can actually study at i o n al mari j uan a i s i n co mp at i b l e wi t h voters allowed.
water, putting it in the habitable zone for that might be actually Earth-like.” a j udg e’s o b l i g at i o n t o fo l l o w t h e l aw, The California High-Speed Rail Authority
life, according to a study published Make that super-sized, because it t h e co urt ’s Co mmi t t ee o n J udi ci al says it was merely clarifying legislation.
Wednesday in the journal Nature. belongs to a class of planets called super-
It’s the fifth such life-possible planet Earths that are more massive than Earth but
outside our solar system revealed in less not quite the size of giants Neptune or
than a year, but still relatively nearby Jupiter.
Earth. Rocky planets within that habitable Compared to Earth, the new planet is
zone of a star are considered the best place big, pushing near the size limit for rocky
to find evidence of some form of life. planets. It’s 40 percent wider than Earth
“It is astonishing to live in a time when but it has 6.6 times Earth’s mass, giving it
discovery of potentially habitable worlds a gravitational pull three times stronger,
is not only common place but proliferat- Charbonneau said. A person weighing 167
ing,” said MIT astronomer Sara Seager, pounds would feel like 500 pounds on this
who wasn’t part of the study. planet.
The first planet outside our solar system While many super-Earths are too big to
was discovered in 1995, but thanks to new have the right environment for life, 1140b
techniques and especially NASA’s planet- is just small enough to make it a good can-
hunting Kepler telescope, the number of didate. Thirty-two of the potentially habit-
them has exploded in recent years. able planets found so far are considered
Astronomers have now identified 52 poten- super-Earth sized.
tially habitable planets and more than The new planet was found using eight
3,600 planets outside our solar system. small telescopes in Chile and help from an
The latest discovery, called LHS 1140b, amateur planet-hunter, Charbonneau said.
regularly passes in front of its star, allow- In the constellation Cetus, it is 39 light
ing astronomers to measure its size and years or 230 trillion miles away. So are a
mass. That makes astronomers more confi- group of seven mostly Earth-sized planets
dent that this one is rocky, compared to in or near the habitable zone found circling
other recent discoveries. a star called Trappist-1 earlier this year, but
In the next several years, new telescopes it in a different direction. And in August,
should be able to use the planet’s path to astronomers found that the nearest planet
spy its atmosphere in what could be the to Earth outside our solar system, only 25
best-aimed search for signs of life, said trillion miles away, also could have the
Harvard astronomer David Charbonneau, a right temperature for life, but astronomers
co-author of the study. If scientists see can’t get a peek at its atmosphere.

Judge threatens $1,000-a-day
California mental health fines
By Don Thompson chronic backlog in sending inmates to state
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mental facilities. The $1,000-a-day fines
for each inmate whose treatment is delayed
SACRAMENTO — A federal judge said would start accumulating May 16, but
Wednesday that she will fine California wouldn’t be collected until she holds a hear-
$1,000 a day if state officials don’t start ing in November to decide if the state com-
providing swifter care for mentally ill plied.
inmates. Mueller said that previous court rulings
U.S. District Judge Kimberly Mueller said haven’t worked. Three times in the last
she is fed up with the treatment delays that eight years, she said, state officials did a
have plagued the prison mental health sys- better job temporarily, only to relapse with-
tem despite two decades of federal over- in a few years.
sight. “This cycle must be broken,” she wrote in
She gave the state until May 15 to end a Wednesday’s order.
6 Thursday • April 20, 2017 LOCAL THE DAILY JOURNAL

highest-paying transit agencies in the state. will also receive $30,000 a year toward The local agency isn’t alone in paying its
When first hired in March 2015 from a pool another retirement plan that would begin to top executive well either. In 2015, the gener-
of nearly 200 candidates, Hartnett’s compen- vest after his fifth anniversary with the tran- al manager of the Santa Clara Valley
sation included about $434,661 in annual sit agencies, according to the district. He was Transportation Authority earned almost
Continued from page 1 salary and benefits. Following an annual given 240 hours of paid time off, and can $477,500, which included a base salary of
employee evaluation, the SamTrans board accrue additional time that could ultimately be $330,195, according to Transparent
the San Mateo County Transit District comes voted April 5 to reward Hartnett for his work. cashed out once he retires, according to the California.
with a variety of responsibilities as he over- His base salary was increased 3.5 percent district. But Brown, the Menlo Park resident, said
sees the SamTrans bus system, the county’s from $271,547 to $281,051. He also That sort of retirement “balloon payment” he took particular issue with Hartnett’s
Transportation Authority and Caltrain. receives an annual stipend for serving as caused a stir in cities such as San Mateo when $50,000 performance payment, suggesting
As leader of the district, his job includes executive director of Caltrain’s Joint Powers its former city manager received a hefty it’s been a rocky year for Caltrain. Brown
working for the TA on expenditures of the Board, which was increased by $5,000 to him $325,893 payout when she left after accruing noted the rail agency’s pending litigation
county’s half-cent sales tax set aside for now earning $85,000 a year, according to the nearly 2,000 hours in unused vacation time. with a contractor over installation of its fed-
transportation projects, and coordinating district. His duties related to the TA come with Guilbault, a public member on the district’s erally-mandated new control system; and the
with Santa Clara as well as San Francisco another $25,000 annual stipend, according board, said she’s confident they’re being estimated $20 million cost of extending elec-
counties on Caltrain matters. to the district. good stewards of public funds and noted many trification contracts due to the Federal Transit
An attorney and former Redwood City His contract provides for “performance transportation agencies pay commensurate Administration deferring a grant decision.
mayor, this year Hartnett received a 3.5 per- pay,” or this year a $50,000 bonus that the salaries. “It just seems like the board went ahead and
cent raise, $50,000 performance bonus and board awarded “in recognition of his out- “If you look across the board in terms of awarded him a nice increase in his stipend, in
an extension to his five-year employment standing performance during his second what other leaders in agencies or government particular this performance guarantee, which
contract. year,” according to the district’s resolution. are being compensated, you’ll see that it’s is hard for me to understand since there’s so
“We feel very confident in Jim’s abilities,” Hartnett did not want to comment on this not an extravagant amount for the work and many problems that have manifested them-
said SamTrans board Chair Rose Guilbault. article. the responsibilities,” Guilbault said. “I think selves particularly in the last year,” Brown
“When you have someone you feel has the Four of seven board members attended the we are being responsible to the taxpayers.” said. 
strength and the vision and the leadership to April 5 meeting and approved the contract, Hartnett isn’t the only one to be earning Guilbault said Hartnett’s job with Caltrain
do what you need for the agency, that’s really according to the district.  six-figure salaries at the county’s transit dis- alone has been a day and night responsibility
the most critical part.” His nearly $441,051 in compensation trict. In 2015, more than 100 employees and although there may have been some diffi-
But some contend the nearly half a million- doesn’t include retirement benefits. took home more than $100,000 in regular culties, argued having a strong leader at the
dollar total compensation is extravagant for a Hartnett’s contract provides for $24,000 pay, while 200 workers earned six-digits helm is critical in times like these.
public position, even one as varied toward the district’s deferred compensation when benefits were included, according to “He’s doing a very good job at a challeng-
Hartnett’s. Menlo Park resident Morris plan, and is eligible for the state retirement Transparent California’s most recent avail- ing time,” she said. “And that’s what we want,
Brown said the district seems to be one of the system as well as another pension plan. He able data. that’s what we expect.”

ing,” he said, while adding a majority of the facing drivers. Working through the variety Once completed, the new overpass will
progress will be contingent on weather con- of issues usually takes an extra five to 10 offer a wider structure with more lanes, recon-
ditions. minutes, said Weisl. figured ramp connections, new metering
Another round of road closures is scheduled The intersection can also be confusing for lights and retaining walls, a reworked inter-
Continued from page 1 the following weekend, as officials are hope- pedestrians wishing to cross the street near section at Rollins Road and Broadway, along
ful to remain on track for completing the Rollins Road he said, as crosswalk lights are with other improvements.
Bayshore hotel access. project by the end of the summer, said Wong. not clearly marked and some of the walkways A majority of the money for the existing
Andrew Wong, the city’s senior civil engi- Not everyone is pleased with the progress near the overcrossings are closed. project comes from Measure A, the county’s
neer, said while he understands the construc- though, as some merchants in the nearby Not all merchants are dissatisfied with the half-cent sales tax for transportation, which
tion could cause inconveniences, he believes shopping district on Broadway are frustrated progress, as John Kevranian said he has heard is responsible for about $51 million of the
the most intense stages of the work is nearly with the hurdles presented by the ongoing positive reviews from shoppers who are construction cost. Another $23 million came
over. work. Gerald Weisl, owner of Weimax Wine pleased with some of the improvements. courtesy of the state, Burlingame contributed
and Spirits, said a confusing maze of lanes Kevranian, who owns Nuts For Candy on about $5 million and $3 million was offered
“Big changes are coming at the end of the and stoplights has been created for drivers
Broadway, said he believes the project will by the federal government.
month. Things are opening rather than clos- accessing the intersection ultimately make the nearby shopping district Wong said following the upcoming clo-
from either direction. a more appealing destination. sures, a majority of the most intensive work
DON’T NEED IT? DONATE IT! “It’s configured poorly for During earlier phases of construction, will be completed and mostly only aesthetic
motorists who are trying to Kevranian had said some of the work may improvements will remain. Electronic signs
navigate onto the freeway or have harmed local businesses as patrons were have been posted near the intersection noti-
ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE exiting 101,” he said in an likely more inclined to stay away from con- fying drivers of the changes coming this
email. gestion caused by the ongoing work. weekend.
He cited the difficulties He said he looks forward to the transition to Looking ahead though, Weisl said he
Schedule a pick-up: associated with seeing traffic the final phase, in hopes of the project wrap- remains skeptical about traffic flow through
Donation Hotline: (650) 847-4000 lights posted on the north- ping up in the next few months. the area with a Caltrain grade separation proj-
bound exit from Highway 101 The Broadway intersection, built in 1947, ect likely on the horizon.
Drop-Offs: 1411 Industrial Rd, San Carlos or congestion commonly is the oldest along the Peninsula. It was “If people are frustrated now by the ineffi-
Tue-Sun. 10am - 5pm forming near the southbound rebuilt in 1971, and seismically retrofitted in cient thoroughfare, wait until we have a grade
ramp entering Broadway as the 1980s. Nearly 225,000 cars are on the separation … at Broadway and California
examples of the challenges interchange daily. Drive,” he said.
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$107 million in donations for
Trump’s inaugural committee
By Julie Bykowicz
and Nancy Benac

WASHINGTON — It was huge.
Big money from billionaires, corpo-
rations and a roster of NFL owners
poured into Donald Trump’s inaugural
committee in record-shattering
amounts — to pull off an event that was
considerably lower-key than previous
Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly on the set of his show ‘The inaugural celebrations.
O’Reilly Factor.’ That leaves a bit of a mystery: What
the $107 million was spent for and

O’Reilly out at Fox News how much was left over — the excess,
if any, to go to charity. It also raises a
new round of questions about the influ-

Channel after 20 years ence of money in politics, this time for
a president who promised to “drain the
swamp” of Washington.
By David Bauder Contribution records from Trump’s REUTERS FILE PHOTO
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS inaugural committee, released Donald Trump’s inaugural committee’s total take was about double the previous
Wednesday by the Federal Election record set by Barack Obama, who collected $53 million in contributions in 2009,
NEW YORK — Fox News Channel’s parent company fired Commission, show the president who and had money left over to spend on the annual Easter egg roll and other White
Bill O’Reilly on Wednesday following an investigation railed as a candidate against the cor- House events.
into harassment allegations, bringing a stunning end to rupting influence of big-money donors casino mogul and close friend of ing so much corporate and wealthy
cable news’ most popular program and one that came to was only too willing to accept top-dol- Trump, was among dozens of donors donor money, spokesman Sean Spicer
define the bravado of his network over 20 years. lar checks for his swearing-in festivi- who gave $1 million each. said Wednesday that financing the inau-
O’Reilly lost his job on the same day he was pho- ties. At least eight NFL team owners gural is “a time-honored tradition” and
tographed in Rome shaking the hand of Pope Francis. Trump’s total take was about double kicked in big money for the inaugura- there are “a lot of people who really
The downfall of Fox’s most popular — and most lucrative the previous record set by Barack tion. Seven of them, including Patriots take pride in helping us show the world
— personality began with an April 2 report in The New York Obama, who collected $53 million in owner Bob Kraft, whose team won the a peaceful transformation of power.”
Times that five women had been paid a total of $13 million contributions in 2009, and had money Super Bowl and visited the White Brendan Fischer of the Campaign
to keep quiet about unpleasant encounters with O’Reilly, left over to spend on the annual Easter House on Wednesday, gave $1 million Legal Center, a nonprofit pro-trans-
who has denied any wrongdoing. Dozens of his show’s egg roll and other White House events. apiece. Kraft’s donation came via his parency group, countered: “If you take
advertisers fled within days, even though O’Reilly’s view- Trump’s top inaugural donor was Las limited liability company. Trump at his word that when political
ership increased. Vegas gambling billionaire Sheldon Trump plans to name the New York figures accept large amounts of money
O’Reilly’s exit came nine months after his former boss, Adelson, who gave $5 million. He and Jets’ Woody Johnson, one of those from corporate interests or special
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, was ousted following allega- his wife came away with prime seats for million-dollar donors, to be the coun- interests that they’re indebted to those
tions of sexual harassment. Trump’s swearing-in ceremony on Jan. try’s ambassador to the United big donors, there’s certainly reason to
Following the Times story, 21st Century Fox said it had 20 and gained access to a private lunch Kingdom. question what donors to Trump’s inau-
asked the same law firm that investigated Ailes to look into with the new president and lawmakers Asked whether the president feels gural committee might expect in
O’Reilly’s behavior. 21st Century Fox leaders Rupert at the Capitol. Phil Ruffin, another conflicted about his committee accept- return.”
Murdoch and his sons Lachlan and James said in a memo to
Fox staff that their decision to ax O’Reilly came following
an “extensive review” into the charges.
“We want to underscore our consistent commitment to
Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won’t run for re-election
fostering a work environment built on the values of trust By Matthew Daly nor, said that after But he was facing a surprising chal-
and respect,” the Murdochs said in a memo to Fox News THE ASSOCIATED PRESS consulting with his lenge from a Democratic newcomer
staff members. family and “prayer- who raised more than a half-million
Fox said Tucker Carlson would move into O’Reilly’s time WASHINGTON — Utah Rep. Jason ful consideration, I dollars by tapping into anger over
slot — the second time in three months he’s replaced an Chaffetz, a Republican who doggedly have decided I will Chaffetz’s recent comment suggest-
exiting prime-time personality. Carlson, a veteran pundit investigated Hillary Clinton before not be a candidate ing people should spend their money
who has hosted shows on CNN, MSNBC and PBS, had taken the 2016 presidential election but for any office in on health insurance instead of
over for Megyn Kelly in January when she announced she declined to investigate President 2018.” iPhones.
was moving to NBC News. “The Five,” a talk show with Donald Trump, abruptly announced The 50-year-old Political unknown Dr. Kathryn Allen
five rotating hosts that regularly airs at 5 p.m. ET, will Wednesday that he won’t run for re- Jason Chaffetz Chaffetz had has been transformed into a liberal
move into the 9 p.m. time slot. Eric Bolling will host a new election. strolled to four easy hero for calling out Chaffetz on
show that airs at 5 p.m. starting next month, the company Chaffetz, who has been rumored as a re-elections in his Republican-friend- Twitter, gaining an early boost in
said. possible candidate for Senate or gover- ly congressional district. name recognition.
8 Thursday • April 20, 2017 NATION/WORLD THE DAILY JOURNAL

Israeli officials say Assad
still has chemical weapons
By Josef Federman Assad has strongly
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS denied he was behind the
attack in the opposition-
JERUSALEM — Syria still has up to three held town of Khan
tons of chemical weapons, Israeli defense Sheikhoun in Syria’s
officials said Wednesday in the first specific northern Idlib province,
intelligence assessment of President Bashar and has accused the oppo-
Assad’s weapons capabilities since a deadly sition of trying to frame
chemical attack earlier this month. his government. Top
The estimate came as the head of the inter- Bashar Assad Assad ally, Russia, has
national chemical weapons watchdog said asserted a Syrian govern-
laboratory tests had provided “incontrovert- ment airstrike hit a rebel chemical weapons
ible” evidence that victims and survivors of factory, causing the disaster.
the April 4 attack in northern Syria were In response to the April 4 attack, the
exposed to sarin nerve gas or a similar United States fired 59 missiles at a Syrian air
banned toxin. base it said was the launching pad for the
Israel, along with the United States and attack. Israel welcomed the strike on its
northern neighbor. REUTERS FILE PHOTO
much of the international community, has A Syrian boy from Idlib is carried by Turkish medics wearing chemical protective suits to a
accused Assad’s forces of carrying out the The Syrian government has been locked
attack, which killed at least 90 people, in a six-year civil war against an array of hospital in the border town of Reyhanli in Hatay province, Turkey.
including dozens of children. opposition forces. The fighting has killed Following Russia’s intervention in sparked worldwide outrage.
A senior Israeli military official said an estimated 400,000 people and displaced September 2015, Israel and Moscow opened Ahead of that disarmament, Assad’s gov-
Israeli intelligence believes Syrian military half of Syria’s population. a hotline to coordinate military activity in ernment disclosed it had some 1,300 tons of
commanders ordered the attack, with Assad’s Israel has largely stayed out of the fight- Syria. Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor chemical weapons, including sarin, VX
knowledge. Briefing reporters, he said Israel ing, though it has carried out a number of Lieberman will fly to Moscow next week for nerve agent and mustard gas.
estimates Assad still has “between one and airstrikes on suspected Iranian weapons talks with senior Russian officials. The entire stockpile was said to have been
three tons” of chemical weapons. shipments it believed were bound for the Syria agreed to give up its chemical dismantled and shipped out under interna-
The assessment was confirmed by two Lebanese militant group Hezbollah. Iran and weapons arsenal to avert U.S. strikes fol- tional supervision in 2014 and destroyed.
other Israeli defense officials. All the offi- Hezbollah, both bitter enemies of Israel, lowing a chemical weapons attack in oppo- But doubts began to emerge soon afterward
cials spoke on condition of anonymity along with Russia have sent forces to sup- sition-held suburbs of Damascus in August that not all such armaments or production
under military briefing rules. port Assad. 2013 that killed hundreds of people and facilities were declared and destroyed.

Back to the ballot box: U.K. lawmakers approve June 8 election
By Jill Lawless since 2015, after lawmakers overwhelming- European Union, and will likely be dominat- June, rather than as scheduled in 2020,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ly backed Prime Minister Theresa May’s call ed by the political and economic upheaval would “deliver a more secure future for our
for a snap election on June 8. spawned by Brexit. country” as it negotiates its departure from
LONDON — British voters will be head- The parliamentary election comes less May, who took office in July after an the EU.
ing to polling stations for the third time than a year after Britain voted to leave the internal Conservative Party leadership race, She said that waiting until 2020 would
wants the election to increase her majority mean the “most sensitive” part of the two-
in Parliament and consolidate her power as year Brexit negotiations would come during
she faces both pro-EU opposition politi- the run-up to an election.
cians and hard-core Brexit-backers inside “That would be in nobody’s interest,” May
her own party. said.
Lawmakers voted Wednesday by a resound- Now that lawmakers have approved the
ing 522 to 13 to back May’s call for an elec- election, Parliament will be dissolved at
tion, easily surpassing the two-thirds midnight on May 2, 25 working days before
majority in the 650-seat House of Commons election day.
needed to trigger an early vote. The opposition Labour Party and Liberal
May wasted no time, going from the vote Democrats welcomed the chance to put their
in Parliament to kick off her campaign with policies to voters, though the Scottish
a speech in to supporters northwestern National Party called the election a cynical
England. political ploy. Its lawmakers abstained dur-
She said the Conservatives would provide ing Wednesday’s vote.
“strong and stable leadership” for Brexit and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the
beyond, and promising to wage “a positive election “gives the British people the
and optimistic campaign.” chance to vote for a Labour government that
Earlier, May said holding an election in will put the interests of the majority first.”

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Exxon seeks permission to
resume Russian oil venture
By Martin Crutsinger c o m p a n y
and David Koenig declined to com-
ing issues.
WASHINGTON — Exxon Mobil The Treasury
is seeking permission from the De p a r t m e n t ,
U.S. government for approval to which would
resume drilling around the Black handle Exxon’s
Sea with a Russian partner, state- application to
owned Rosneft, according to a per- Rex Tillerson drill around the
son familiar with the matter. Black Sea, did
The oil giant’s request is being not respond to a request for com-
reviewed by the Trump administra- ment.
tion and is certain to draw extra A State Department spokesman
scrutiny because it involves a com- said Tillerson has recused himself
pany formerly run by Secretary of from any matters involving Exxon
State Rex Tillerson, who cultivated for two years and is not involved
close ties with Russia and its pres- with any decision involving the
ident, Vladimir Putin. company before any government
The drilling venture was blocked agency. Tillerson retired as Exxon
when the U.S. imposed sanctions CEO at the end of last year. He has
on Russia in 2014. Exxon applied known Putin for about two decades
to the Treasury Department for a — the Russian president awarded
waiver from the sanctions in 2015, Tillerson a special honor in 2013.
Irving, Texas-based Exxon dis- REUTERS
during the Obama administration,
according to the person, who closed in regulatory filings in Mike Pence salutes as he boards the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier in Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan.

Pence warns North Korea:
spoke anonymously because the 2015 and 2016 that it received
application process is confiden- three licenses from the Treasury
tial. Exxon has publicly disclosed Department’s Office of Foreign
licenses for other work in Russia Assets Control to conduct “limited
that required waivers.
An Exxon spokesman said the
administrative actions” with
Rosneft. ‘The sword stands ready’
By Ken Thomas guard and the sword stands ready,” ready to work to achieve a peaceful
U.S. weighs giving Saudis more and Robert Burns Pence told 2,500 sailors wearing denuclearization of the Korean
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS blue fatigues and Naval baseball Peninsula.
military aid for Yemen efforts YOKOSUKA, Japan — From the
caps on a sunny, windy morning
aboard the carrier at the U. S.
Mattis denounced North Korea’s
attempted missile launch as he
By Robert Burns Health groups warn the Arab Yokosuka naval base in Tokyo began a Middle East tour, telling
wind-swept deck of a massive air-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS world’s poorest country is on the Bay. reporters traveling with him to
craft carrier, Vice President Mike
brink of famine. “Those who would challenge our Saudi Arabia, “the leader of North
Pence on Wednesday warned North
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — The But the Trump administration is Korea not to test the resolve of resolve or readiness should know, Korea again recklessly tried to
United States is considering ways considering how to help the Saudis the U.S. military, promising it we will defeat any attack and meet provoke something by launching
to boost military support for the advance their campaign, according would make an “overwhelming any use of conventional or nuclear a missile,” he said. The term “reck-
Saudi-led fight against Iran-backed to officials, who briefed reporters and effective” response to any use weapons with an overwhelming less” is one the North Koreans
rebels in Yemen, believing military on condition they not be quoted by of conventional or nuclear and effective American response,” have used to describe ongoing
pressure is needed to prod the mili- name. The assistance could involve weapons. Pence said. large-scale U.S. and South Korean
tants into a negotiated end to the more intelligence support but won’t Pence, dressed in a green mili- The vice president said the U.S. military exercises, which the
conflict, U.S. officials said include a commitment of U.S. tary jacket, said aboard the hulk- would honor its alliance with North calls a dress rehearsal for an
Wednesday. ground troops, they said, adding ing USS Ronald Reagan that Pacific Rim nations and protect invasion.
The U.S. already is helping the that any moves would reflect the President Donald Trump’s adminis- freedom of navigation in the Mattis did not identify the type
Saudis by providing intelligence administration’s effort to aggres- tration would continue to “work South China Sea, the sea lanes of missile but said it was not of
and aerial refueling of their combat sively counter what it sees as Iran’s diligently” with allies like Japan, vital to global shipping where intercontinental range, meaning it
aircraft. But the coalition, which malign influence across the region. China and other global powers to China has been staking claim to could not reach U.S. territory. He
also includes the United Arab Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, apply economic and diplomatic disputed territory. did not comment on what might
Emirates, has failed to defeat the who met King Salman and other top pressure on Pyongyang. But he From two continents, Pence and have caused the missile to fail.
rebels known as the Houthis. The Saudi officials Tuesday and told the sailors, “as all of you Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Another official, speaking on
rebels seized the capital, Sanaa, and Wednesday, has complained about know, readiness is the key.” warned that North Korea’s latest condition of anonymity to discuss
much of northern Yemen in 2014. Iran sending missiles to the “The United States of America failed missile launch was a reck- an intelligence matter, said the
International calls for an end Houthis, who’ve then used them to will always seek peace but under less act of provocation and assured missile was a Scud variant that the
to the conflict are intensifying fire across the Yemen’s border into President Trump, the shield stands allies in Asia that the U.S. was U.S. calls a KN-17.
amid rising civilian casualties. Saudi Arabia.

Turkey electoral board rejects Around the world
request to annul referendum The High Electoral Board announced in a
ISTANBUL — Turkey’s electoral board on written statement its decision by a 10-1 vote
Wednesday rejected petitions by opposition to reject three requests by the opposition.
parties to annul the outcome of the week- Mehmet Hadimi Yakupoglu, the main
end’s referendum on expanding presidential opposition Republican People’s Party’s
powers because of voting irregularities. The representative at the board, said they would
decision led protesters in Istanbul to call for take the decision to the constitutional court
the resignation of board members while the and then to the European Court of Human
main opposition party said it would take the Rights if necessary. “We will demand the
decision to Turkey’s top court. rights of the voters until the end,” he said.

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Wage worries sink stocks late; energy sector, IBM skid
By Marley Jay this time of year. Benchmark U.S.
DOW JONES INDUSTRIALS crude lost $1.97, or 3.8 percent,
High: 20,546.69 to $50.44 a barrel in New York.
Low: 20,379.55 Brent crude, used to price interna-
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks gave
up a promising start and finished Close: 20,404.49 tional oils, fell $1.96, or 3.6 per-
mostly lower Wednesday as Change: -118.79 cent, to $52. 93 per barrel in
investors continued to worry about London.
OTHER INDEXES All 34 energy companies on the
lagging wages and energy compa- S&P 500: 2338.17 -4.02
nies dropped with the price of oil. S&P 500 finished lower. Chevron
NYSE Index: 11,342.42 -36.16 $1.45, or 1.4 percent, to $104.23
Stocks climbed early on as a
solid quarter from Morgan Stanley Nasdaq: 5863.03 +13.56 and Marathon Oil sank 68 cents,
revived optimism about banks, NYSE MKT: 2508.31 -32.07 or 4.3 percent, to $15.06.
and strong results from auto and Russell 2000: 1367.13 +5.24 Schutte, of Northwestern Mutual
industrial parts distributor Wilshire 5000: 24,397.24 -24.48 Wealth Management, said faster
Genuine Parts sent car makers and wage growth will show up eventu-
suppliers higher. 10-Yr Bond: 2.20 +0.02 ally even if monthly and quarterly
The gains began to fade around Oil (per barrel): 50.60 -1.81 reports are uneven. As wages rise
noon as oil prices and energy Gold : 1,281.80 -9.90 and people spend more money, he
companies sagged. The losses thinks the economy will keep
accelerated after the mid-afternoon are translating into something or 0.2 percent, at 2,338.17. It well. The Russell 2000 index, growing.
release of the Federal Reserve’s more than just feelings, ” said rose as much as 10 points, or 0.4 which is made up of smaller com- “The consumer is in a very good
“Beige Book” survey of economic Brent Schutte, chief investment percent, earlier. The Dow lost panies that tend to be more U.S.- place from a debt-to-asset stand-
conditions. strategist for Northwestern Mutual 118.79 points, or 0.6 percent, to focused, added 5.24 points, or 0.4 point,” he said, after reducing debt
The Fed said economic growth Wealth Management. “People are 20,404.49. Half of the blue-chip percent, to 1,367.13 after a late in recent years. “When they get
continued from mid-March into looking for evidence that these index’s losses came from IBM, gain a day ago. wage increases, they’re more like-
early April and pay improved for confidence numbers are translat- which reported weaker-than- Oil prices slumped after the ly to spend those in the future than
some workers. But investors have ing into actual actions and the expected sales in the first quarter. Energy Information to save them.”
been wondering when rising sta- Beige Book showed that over the The Nasdaq composite rose Administration said U. S. crude Schutte said that will ultimately
tistics like consumer confidence last couple of months it’s been 13.56 points, or 0.2 percent, to inventories didn’t shrink as much help the stock market more than
will start to turn into better pay more of the same.” 5,863.03 as health care compa- as investors hoped they would last any of President Donald Trump’s
and greater spending. The Standard & Poor’s 500 nies climbed. And there were signs week, and the EIA says the stock- proposed pro-growth policies
“Show me where those numbers index finished down 4.02 points, of optimism about the economy as piles are larger than normal for would.

Bank regulator faults itself Business briefs
Fed survey finds moderate for missing Wells Fargo issues uncovered sales practices prob-

economic growth in spring
NEW YORK — The nation’s big lems at the bank in Southern
bank regulator is faulting itself for California. A scathing assessment
failing to address the problems at released last week by the board of
Wells Fargo before it was too late. directors of the San Francisco-
By Martin Crutsinger skills were in short supply. my grow without the need to Bank examiners saw sales prob-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Fed’s survey, known as the greatly accelerate the rate at based bank also said the problems
lems at Wells Fargo as early as stretched back many years.
Beige Book, will be used when which they raise interest rates.
2010 and met with executives but According to the OCC’s report,
WASHINGTON — The Federal Fed officials next meet on May 2- The Beige Book report showed
declined to investigate further, the examiners met with Carrie
Reserve said Wednesday the U.S. 3. The Fed raised rates by a quar- that the low level of unemploy-
ter-point in December and March, ment, which had hit a high of 10 inspector general at the Office of Tolstedt, the executive in charge of
economy kept expanding in the the Comptroller of the Currency
early spring, with tight labor but analysts are not expecting a percent during the last recession, Wells Fargo’s consumer banking
rate hike in May. was beginning to boost wages, said Wednesday. It was investigat- operations, to discuss an unusually
markets and many businesses
The Fed is continuing to proj- something the Fed has been hop- ing after it came to light that Wells high 700 whistleblower com-
reporting rising wages.
ect three rate hikes this year. ing to see. Fargo workers opened up to 2 mil- plaints regarding the bank’s
In its latest survey of economic
conditions nationwide, the cen- Officials say they are close to “Labor markets remained tight lion accounts without customer aggressive sales practices.
tral bank found that its 12 achieving their goals of maxi- and employers in most districts permission as employees tried to Tolstedt told regulators at the time
regional banks all depicted mum employment and inflation had more difficulty filling low- meet sales goals. that the large number of com-
growth as either “modest or mod- rising at an annual rate of 2 per- skilled positions,” the Fed said. “The OCC did not take timely plaints was due to Wells Fargo hav-
erate” from mid-March through cent. It noted that wage increases and effective supervisory actions ing a culture that “encourages valid
early April. The strength came In fact, the unemployment rate remained modest, although busi- after the bank and the OCC identi- complaints which are then investi-
from consumer spending, dropped to a low of 4.5 percent in nesses were being forced to offer fied significant issues with ... gated and appropriately
tourism, housing construction March, below the 4. 8 percent bigger increases to workers with sales practices,” the office’s addressed,” according to the report.
and manufacturing. level that the Fed views as full skills that are in short supply. inspector general said in its report. Despite knowing about these
The report said businesses employment. But with inflation “A larger number of firms men- That may partly explain why complaints and other issues, the
reported tight labor markets with still below the central bank’s 2 tioned higher turnover rates and Wells Fargo’s behavior went on for OCC declined to investigate further
more job turnover and bigger percent target, Fed officials con- more difficulty retaining work- years and was ignored by authori- into why these whistleblower com-
wage increases for workers whose tend they can still let the econo- ers,” the report said. ties, until The Los Angeles Times plaints existed in the first place.

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Thursday • April 20, 2017

Durant-less Warriors still too much for Portland Again, Golden State did it on defense —
by Janie McCauley
Warriors 110, Blazers 81 opener Sunday.
holding the Blazers to 12 points in the
Draymond Green had another fantastic all-
stars found their consis- around game, getting 12 rebounds, 10 third. And now the Warriors own a 2-0 lead
tent shooting strokes. assists, six points and three more blocked in the best-of-seven series as it shifts to
OAKLAND — Stephen Curry scored 19 Portland for Saturday’s Game 3, just as Steve
points on an off night, JaVale McGee The backup big man shots after swatting five in Sunday’s win.
made all seven of his Kerr’s group did going ahead on the Blazers
sparked Golden State off the bench with 15 Curry went 6 for 18 and also had six in last year’s Western Conference semifinal
points, and the short-handed Warriors beat field-goal attempts and assists and six rebounds. Klay Thompson
delivered several more of won in five games.
the Portland Trail Blazers 110-81 in Game 2 was 6 of 17 with 16 points and CJ Maurice Harkless scored all of his 15
of their first-round playoff series Wednesday his signature alley-oop McCollum and Damian Lillard were hardly
dunks as Durant watched points in the first half and the Blazers gave
night without injured leading scorer Kevin were the dynamic scoring duo for Portland up seven straight points to start the third as
Durant. with a strained left calf they’d been combining for 75 points only
McGee shined on a night none of the usual JaVale McGee he hurt in the playoff three days earlier. See WARRIORS, Page 16

New transfer
Dons into to PAL finals
By Nathan Mollat
rule doesn’t
change much

Like most coaches, Aragon boys’ tennis
coach Dave Owdom had some doubts about
his team’s chances in the semifinals of the

ith the basketball season wrap-
Peninsula Athletic League team tourna- ping up and the hectic begin-
ment. ning of the spring sports sea-
One reason for Owdom’s trepidation was son, news out of the California
the fact he had to juggle a couple pieces of Interscholastic Federation, the governing
his lineup. The bigger reason, however, body for high school sports in the state,
was Aragon’s opponent Wednesday: may have gotten lost in the shuffle.
Burlingame. Despite a fourth-place finish, At the beginning
the Panthers have proven over the years to of the month, the CIF
be a tough out. revised its school
The Dons, the No. 2 seed, had beaten transfer rules.
fourth-seeded Burlingame twice during the Previously, student-
regular season and everyone knows the old athletes were forbid-
saying about beating a team three times in den to change
one season. schools based solely
“As a coach, I’m always worried,” Owdom for athletic purposes.
said. “You respect your opponent before The newly amended
you play and relax after.” rule now allows stu-
Turns out Owdom didn’t need to sweat too dent-athletes to use
much. With his top two singles players eas- sports as a reason for
ily winning in straight sets, it set the tone moving schools.
for a 5-2 Aragon victory that sends the The CIF simply made legal what athletes
Dons into the championship match at top- and families have been doing for years:
seeded Carlmont today at 4 p.m. The winner transferring schools for sports purposes.
will earn the PAL’s second automatic bid to Previous to the new rule, student-athletes
the Central Coast Section tournament. could change schools as long as it wasn’t
“They say it’s hard to beat a team three based on sports. But how easy would it be
times (in the same season), ” said to fudge the real reason? How easy is it to
Burlingame coach Bill Smith. “They are say you’re transferring because you want to
wrong. Aragon is a good, quality team. go to the school in your neighborhood? Or
Even short a player, they had enough to you’re moving schools because the aca-
pull it out.” demics are not tough/easy enough? What
With half of his top doubles team miss- about moving into a new school district?
ing, Owdom used his No. 2 singles player, All these reasons have been used over
Rithik Booreddy, and paired him with the years, mostly with a wink and nudge
Richard Tang to fill the doubles spot. That because, let’s face it, everyone knows why
meant everyone else moved up a slot in the the star athlete left one school for another
singles lineup. Daniel Duan moved into the — better athletic prospects.
No. 2 singles spot, David Wu moved from Duane Morgan, Central Coast Section
No. 4 to No. 3 and Jordan Chall was insert- commissioner, told the Mercury News,
ed into the fourth singles position. “The bottom line is, we were really only
The plan worked, more or less, as both catching the kids who were running smack
Duan and the tandem of Booreddy and Tang into us.”
both won their matches in straight sets. In other words, the various sections in
Wu and Chall came up short, but both the state only caught those student-ath-
went to three sets. NATHAN MOLLAT/DAILY JOURNAL letes and their families dumb enough to
Aragon’s Rithik Booreddy, who teamed with Richard Tang at No. 1 doubles, volleys a return
See TENNIS, Page 14 during the Dons’ 5-2 win over Burlingame in the semifinals of the PAL team tournament. See LOUNGE, Page 14

Ex-NFL star hangs himself in prison cell
By Jimmy Golen where he played along- Gone was the college football national Jose Baez. “Aaron was looking forward to
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS side stars such as Tom championship, his own trip to the Super an opportunity for a second chance to prove
Brady and Rob Bowl in just his second NFL season, and the his innocence. Those who love and care
BOSTON — Hours before his former New Gronkowski, Hernandez $40 million contract extension he received about him are heartbroken and determined to
England Patriots teammates were due to jammed the door to his as a reward. Just days after Hernandez was find the truth surrounding his untimely
visit the White House to celebrate their one-man cell lest guards acquitted in a separate murder case, his death.”
Super Bowl victory, prison officials say, try to stop him and put friends, family and his legal team were Guards found Hernandez shortly after 3
Aaron Hernandez tied one end of his bed- an early end to the life- searching for an explanation. a. m. Wednesday at the state prison in
sheet to a window and the other around his without-parole sentence “There were no conversations or corre- Shirley, Correction Department spokesman
neck and hanged himself. Aaron he received for a 2013 spondence from Aaron to his family or legal Christopher Fallon said. The former tight
In a maximum-security prison outside Hernandez murder. team that would have indicated anything
Boston, about an hour from the stadium He was 27. like this was possible,” said his attorney, See HERNANDEZ, Page 16
12 Thursday • April 20, 2017 SPORTS THE DAILY JOURNAL

Davis homers again in A’s win Jeter, Jeb Bush
A’s 9, Rangers 1 All three Oakland homers were hit off
reliever Mike Hauschild.
working to buy
OAKLAND — Not long after hitting his
second home run of the season Yonder Alonso
stood in front of his locker and let out a deep
just go out there and
Chad Pinder and Josh
Joey Gallo homered in the fifth for Texas, a
drive off the facade below a row of luxury
suites in center field. It would have traveled
Miami Marlins
breath, then smiled when asked what it is like Phegley hit two-run dou- 437 feet had it landed unimpeded, according
to watch Oakland teammate Khris Davis at the bles in a four-run first that to Major League Baseball’s Statcast system.
plate. Rangers manager Jeff Banister was ejected MIAMI — Derek Jeter and Jeb Bush have
gave a quick lead to Jesse
“Special, man, special,” Alonso said. by plate umpire Bill Welke for arguing over a formed a team in their attempt to buy a team.
Hahn (1-1), who allowed
“Everybody here can see how he’s matured as one run and two hits over third-inning foul ball hit by Davis, who sin- The former New York Yankees star and for-
a hitter. He’s swinging at strikes. He’s six innings, struck out gled after Banister left the field. mer Florida governor have joined forces in
patient. When it’s time to swing, he lets it four and walked four. their pursuit of the Miami Marlins, a person
Khris Davis “It was just a situation where one umpire
go.” Hahn made his second familiar with the situation said Wednesday.
called a ball fair, another umpire called the
Davis hit his seventh home run this season start since he was brought up from the on The person confirmed the partnership to
ball foul,” Banister said. “I want some clarifi-
as the Athletics routed the Texas Rangers 9-1 April 5; he allowed two runs over six innings The Associated Press on condition of
cation. I didn’t quite get the clarification I was
on Wednesday. of relief at the Rangers on April 7. anonymity because Jeter and Bush have not
looking for.”
Davis hit a two-run homer in the fifth, an commented. They initially had competing
It is the 13th home run Davis has hit Texas has lost five of six, dropping to last
opposite-field drive that was his third home interests in efforts to buy the team.
against the Rangers in his career and the fifth in the AL West at 5-10. Martin Perez (1-2)
he has hit this season at the Coliseum. run in six games. The person said Quogue Capital invest-
gave up four runs and seven hits in 3 2/3 ment fund founder Wayne Rothbaum also is
“I like coming to this ballpark,” Davis “It shouldn’t surprise me at this point, but innings, allowing all his runs with two outs.
you still kind of marvel at it,” A’s manager interested in buying the Marlins.
said. “It’s a grungy stadium, but I don’t need He had given up one run in his previous 10
Bob Melvin said. Jeter has long talked about owning a fran-
the fancy art, high-tech stadium to perform. I 1/3 innings.
chise. Bush’s brother, former President
George W. Bush, was part-owner of the

Giants’ offense shut down by K.C. Texas Rangers from 1989 to 1998.
Last week, Marlins president David
Samson said talks with multiple parties
Royals 2, Giants 0 That ended Bumgarner’s streak of 18
scoreless innings against the Royals, dat-
interested in buying the team were in the
“fourth inning.” He said owner Jeffrey
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jason Vargas daz- ninth to earn his third ing to the 2014 World Series opener. That Loria, 76, might sell before the end of the
zled for the third straight start, the Royals save and finish a 5-3 run of dominance included a brilliant start season — or not at all.
finally scored off Giants ace Madison homestand for the later in the Series and five innings of score- Price and financing could be major hur-
Bumgarner and Kansas City beat San Royals. less relief in Game 7, when Bumgarner dles. Joshua Kushner, whose older brother is
Francisco 2-0 on Wednesday night to split Bumgarner (0-3) earned the save that finished the champi- an adviser to President Donald Trump, had a
their two-game series. matched Vargas pitch for onship. preliminary agreement to buy the Marlins
Vargas (3-0) scattered four hits over seven pitch until the fifth, Bumgarner allowed one run, seven hits for $1.6 billion before breaking off negoti-
innings with nine strikeouts and no walks, when Paulo Orlando and a walk while striking out four but was ations. Loria bought the team in 2002 for
his 12th straight start allowing two runs or managed a one-out sin- done in by another poor night by San $158.5 million.
fewer — the longest streak by a left-hander gle. He stole second, Francisco’s offense. The lanky left-hander Spokesmen for Jeter and Bush didn’t
in franchise history. Madison has only received five total runs of support respond to requests for comment.
took third on a ground-
The veteran is also unbeaten in his last Bumgarner out and went home when in his first four starts, including one run or Jeter retired in 2014 after 20 seasons with
eight home starts. Mike Moustakas delivered a base hit, his none in three of them. the Yankees. His final manager, Joe Girardi,
Joakim Soria pitched a perfect eighth first with runners in scoring position this Salvador Perez added an RBI single in the recently predicted Jeter would make a great
inning in relief of Vargas, and Kelvin season. eighth, just the third run surrendered by owner — even if it’s in a city other than New
Herrera worked around a leadoff walk in the Giants relievers in the past nine games. York.

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Local Sports Briefs
Boys’ volleyball
Phil Simms to join ‘NFL Today’ desk
By Barry Wilner something someone said, or make a com-
Fremont-Sunnyvale sweeps SHP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ment.
Baseball The Gators were dumped in three sets by “Boomer and I have known each other for
Burlingame 8, Sacred Heart Prep 4 the Firebirds, 25-15, 25-16, 30-28. NEW YORK — Phil Simms is headed to the years and we do not have thin skins, so we can
The Panthers used seven stolen bases — Jake Davison led SHP with 11 kills, while studio. say anything with each other.
including an Alex Gumas steal of home — to David Macias dished out 19 assists. A fixture as a game analyst at CBS for two “Of course, coach Cowher, well, he’s the
beat the Gators in a PAL Bay Division meet- Defensive specialist Lance Chou finished decades, Simms will join the network’s “NFL coach, and we are going to disagree a lot
ing. with 20 digs for the Gators. Today” cast for the upcoming season. because we were players and he was a coach.
SHP (2-5 PAL Bay, 6-12-1 overall) led 3-0 Simms recently was replaced as the top “We all love football, and I think that will
after four innings and 4-2 after five before Girls’ lacrosse game analyst at CBS by Tony Romo after the come across, and I hope we talk about the
Burlingame (3-3, 7-6-1) erupted for five Harker 13, Carlmont 12 Cowboys quarterback retired. He and CBS aspects of the game I have opinions about
runs in the top of the sixth. The Panthers The Scots came up just short in the loss to Sports President Sean that are different from what you hear on some
tacked on an insurance run in the seventh. the Eagles. McManus had been dis- other (shows).”
Gray Goodman had the big hit for the Megan Olazar and Caroline Conway each cussing Simms eventual- McManus is certain that will be the case.
Panthers, drilling a two-run double down the scored three goals to lead Carlmont. ly moving to “NFL His network received criticism for the Romo
left-field line to cut his team’s deficit to 3-2. Caroline Concilla, Nicole Del Cardayre and Today” for several years. announcement that seemed to leave Simms in
Mitch DeMartini went 2 for 3 with RBI for Alyssa Fine had two goals apiece for the Simms has experience in the cold. Instead, McManus believes the for-
Burlingame, while Jordi Aguilar, a frosh- Scots as well. a similar setting from his mer quarterback who was part of two Super
soph call-up, walked three times, stole two Carlmont goaltender Katie Hill finished work on Showtime’s Bowl titles with the Giants is entering a new
bases and scored two runs. with nine saves. “Inside The NFL.” and productive phase of his broadcasting
Burlingame’s late rally made a winner of “When Sean told me he career.
sophomore pitcher Emilio Flores, who was TUESDAY Phil Simms wanted me in the studio, I “When the news hit that Tony Gonzalez
making his first varsity appearance. He thought about it a bit,” would not be back on the show, this seemed
came in the fifth and pitched 2 2/3 innings Boys’ tennis Simms said Wednesday. “I told him I would logical,” McManus said. “We had a number of
of relief. like to do (games) a bit longer. I love doing discussions about it and I was excited about it,
SHP got a pair of RBIs from John Gardner, Menlo School 7, Woodside Priory 0 the games, meeting during the week with and he was excited.
while Jack Molumphy went 1 for 3 with a The Knights swept the Panthers in a West coaches and players, getting the inside info.
Bay Athletic League match to clinch their “This will be good for viewers. Anyone
double. It is the best. who has watched just 30 seconds of ‘Inside
These two teams will meet again at 4 p.m. 21st straight league championship. “But I also thought that I will work in New
Menlo (13-0 WBAL, 19-2 overall) lost a The NFL’ will know that.
Friday at Washington Park in Burlingame. York and watch all the games instead of prep-
total of five games over seven contests, “One of the things I like best, Phil has
There will be a brief ceremony before the ping for two teams, and will have all week to
winning six matches at love. strong opinions, but he has a way of doing it
game to honor 2011 Burlingame graduate study the league, and that really intrigued me.
The Knights have now won 253 straight in a very respectful way. And you see the inter-
Nick Baylock, who passed away from cancer “There are a lot of things I don’t get to say
matches in league play between the PAL and action they have on ‘Inside The NFL.’ It’s
March 28. on games I have a chance to say now. There
the WBAL. really good stuff, a really good mix.”
are a lot of things I would like to talk about
Mixing in Thursday night games to Simms’
Boys’ golf Boys’ golf
that I never would have talked about during
schedule made viewers wonder if the workload
Half Moon Bay 237, Terra Nova 275 Simms joins Boomer Esiason, Bill had become too heavy. Simms strongly dis-
The Cougars shot their best round of the Sacred Heart Prep 207, Crystal Springs 232 putes that, noting that he felt last season was
Anderson Page and Finn O’Kelly each Cowher, Bart Scott and James Brown as part
year in the regular-season finale Wednesday. the best on Thursday nights for the network.
fired a 39 to lead the Gators over the of the program. He says he’s more than com-
Roman Rodriguez led Half Moon Bay (8-4 “A lot of people said it wore on me, and I am
Gryphons at Palo Alto Hills Golf and fortable being part of that lineup, and looks
PAL Ocean) with a 44. Quentin Kukui shot a not going to say it physically was easy,”
Country Club. forward to some pointed conversations
47 and Josh Mutto a 47 for the Cougars as Simms said. “I told everyone over the years,
Luke Peterson and Anikair Bhardwaj both among the group.
well. man when that game is ready to start, I never
finished with 42 for SHP. “James and I get along really well,” he said,
adding with a laugh, “on ‘Inside the NFL,’ felt I was not completely prepared, and I
Girls’ swimming Crystal Springs was led by Udai Pal, who
finished as low medalist on the day after we’re always playing footsie because I want couldn’t wait for them to turn the camera on.
San Mateo 110, Aragon 60 carding a 37. him to send it back to me so I can challenge “So that stuff is not true, it was never to the
The Bearcats remained undefeated on the level where I couldn’t handle it.”
season with the win over the rival Dons. Softball
San Mateo (5-0-1 PAL Bay) was led by
Natalie Ken, who was a four-time winner Carlmont 8, Burlingame 0
Wednesday. She anchored the Bearcats to a Scots’ pitcher Mailey McLemore
win in the 200 medley relay, along with improved to 10-0 on the season after limit-
Emma Lepisova, Valeriya Nasedkina and ing the Panthers to just three hits in a PAL
Madeline Dennerline. Ken also captured the Bay Division matchup.
50 and 100 free sprints and wrapped up her Cam Kondo led the Carlmont offense.
afternoon by anchoring the 200 free relay. Although she had just one hit, it was a
Nicole Chang replaced Dennerline in that doozy — a grand slam.
race. Ashley Trierweiler had three hits for the
Lepisova was also won four times for the Scots and scored twice. McLemore aided her
Bearcats. In addition to the two relays, she own cause with a pair of hits, two runs
also was tops in the 100 back and 100 fly. scored and a RBI.

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LOUNGE Sports brief
she predated. The first CCS girls’ basketball She announced in late
championship was not contested until 1977. December that she was
During her 34 years coaching during the engaged to Reddit co-
CCS era, she qualified her team for the post- Serena Williams is pregnant founder Alexis Ohanian.
Continued from page 11
season 24 times. She was awarded the CCA It’s another love game for Serena Williams would appear
Girls’ Basketball Coach of the Year award in Williams: She is pregnant — and, based on to be out for the rest of
verbalize the real reason for transferring. 2001. the timeline she offered, she already was this tennis season, a blow
The rest used all manner of excuses for why Wimberly wasn’t the only member of the when she won the Australian Open. to a sport in which she is
they wanted to transfer. As long as there was M-A athletic department to be honored. A spokeswoman for Williams, Kelly Bush an unqualified star — and,
no mention of sports being the reason, most Steven Kryger and Paul Snow, who are co- Novak, wrote in an email to the Associated of course, something that
moves were approved. Serena
athletic directors at the school, were both Press on Wednesday: “I’m happy to confirm Williams makes major titles easier
There are still some repercussions with named Northern California ADs of the Year Serena is expecting a baby this Fall.” to come by for other com-
transfers. Student-athletes are not allowed to — Kryger for boys’ sports and Snow for Earlier in the day, Williams posted a petitors. The next major tournament is the
change schools to follow a coach and kids girls’. Adhir Ravipati, the Bears’ football photo of herself on Snapchat with the cap- French Open, which starts on May 28.
can’t be recruited. coach who led them to the CCS Open tion “20 weeks,” sparking all sorts of spec- Wimbledon begins in early July, and the
But does anyone really believe that’s not Division I and Northern California champi- ulation on social media about whether she U.S. Open in late August.
happening already? onships, as well as a spot in a state champi- was, indeed, with child. There is recent precedent for tennis play-
*** onship game, was named the Nor Cal The 35-year-old Williams won her 23rd ers to return to action after becoming a
The California Coaches Association Football Coach of the Year. Grand Slam singles title at the Australian mother. Kim Clijsters retired briefly to start
released its latest Hall of Fame induction M-A, however, was not the only Peninsula Open in January — a little less than 12 a family, then came back to action and won
class, as well as coaches of the year for the school to receive Nor Cal coach of the year weeks ago. She has not competed since, cit- Grand Slam titles. Another former No. 1 and
various sports. honors. Carlmont’s Nathan Liang was ing a knee injury when withdrawing from major champion, Victoria Azarenka, has
The honors keep rolling in for Menlo- named Badminton Coach of the Year, while tournaments at Indian Wells, California, announced she’ll be getting back on tour
Atherton athletics. Perhaps the Bears’ suc- Menlo School’s Marco Paglialunga was and Key Biscayne, Florida. soon after having a baby.
cess on the field can be directly attributed to named Girls’ Rookie Head Coach of the Year
for the Knights’ girls’ volleyball team. The Dons locked up the win and a spot in

the athletic department as whole.
Former longtime girls’ basketball coach The CCA is the only all-sports coaching Thursday’s final when the No. 3 doubles
Pam Wimberly will be inducted into the CCA organization in the state. It has selected Hall team of Cameron Swiecki and Sean
Hall of Fame during a ceremony June 17. of Fame inductees and coaches of the year Heffernan posted a 7-5, 6-3 victory for the
since 1965. Continued from page 11 fourth team point.
Wimberly, who began her M-A coaching
career in 1968, won 663 games before step- The final three matches of the day split
ping away in 2012, the third-most wins for a “I learned this from Little League. You the first two sets and were decided by super
girls’ basketball coach in California. During Nathan Mollat can be reached by email: send a guy to steal second. If he makes it, tiebreakers in lieu of a third set since the or by phone: 344- you made the right decision. If he doesn’t,
her 41 years at the Bears’ helm, Wimberly 5200 ext. 117. You can follow him on Twitter team match had already been decided.
won four Central Coast Section titles, which you’re a bum,” Owdom said. “You take a
@CheckkThissOutt. Burlingame went 2-1 in those three
chance and luckily it worked.”
matches to earn its two wins on the day.
Daniel Li, playing at No. 1 singles, set
After Aragon completed a sweep of the three
the tone for Aragon as he dispatched an ail-
doubles matches when Jason Zhoa and
ing Cale Goodman in about 45 minutes,
Patrick Tse won 6-3, 4-6, (10-6) at No. 2
winning both sets at love. Duan followed
doubles, the Panthers finally got on the
his teammate off the court about 15 minutes
scoreboard with victories at No. 3 and No. 4
later with a 6-2, 6-2 win that gave the Dons
a quick two points in the race to four.
“I was confident both Daniels (Li and The No. 3 singles match between
Duan) would come through,” Owdom said. Burlingame’s Kevin Taggart and David Wu
“[Li] said the guy (Goodman) didn’t play as was the match of the day. Taggart won the
well as he had in the past. Plus, [Li] was first set rather easily, 6-3, but Wu rallied in
playing solid.” the second, winning a second-set tiebreaker
9-7. Taggart, however, outlasted Wu in the
Smith confirmed Goodman was dealing super tiebreaker, 11-9.
with a sore elbow, limiting his ability in
giving Li a tougher match. Tyler Vanderley earned the Panthers’ sec-
ond point at No. 4 singles. This time, it
“[Goodman] had an elbow problem, ” was Vanderley winning a first-set tiebreak-
Smith said. “And he just didn’t have it er, 10-8, but Aragon’s Jordan Chall
today.” rebounded to win the second set 7-5.
Despite not having played doubles this Vanderley bounced back to win the match
season, Booreddy looked like a natural. He with a 10-5 decision in the super tiebreaker.
poached the net like a seasoned vet and
Despite seeing his team come up short of
worked well with Tang. The Dons’ duo won
qualifying for CCS, Smith was at peace with
the first set 6-4 and were up 5-2 in the sec-
his team’s performance.
ond before Burlingame’s Oliver Nix and
Evan Mahaffey made one last, late run. The “I should have had an extra day off. We
Panther pair won two straight games to shouldn’t have been here,” Smith said.
stave off elimination, closing to 5-4, but “[My team] had to take care of business to
Booreddy and Tang closed out the second make the playoffs.
set with a 6-4, win to give Aragon its penul- “This season has been very satisfying.
timate team point. The kids have gotten better.”
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FIRST ROUND x-Monday, April 24: Milwaukee at Toronto, 4 p.m. Thursday,April 20:San Antonio at Memphis,6:30 p.m. East Division East Division
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary) x-Thursday, April 27: Toronto at Milwaukee, TBD Saturday, April 22: San Antonio at Memphis, 5 p.m. W L Pct GB W L Pct GB
EASTERN CONFERENCE x-Saturday, April 29: Milwaukee at Toronto, TBD x-Tuesday, April 25: Memphis at San Antonio, TBD Baltimore 9 4 .692 — Washington 9 5 .643 —
Chicago 2, Boston 0 x-Thursday, April 27: San Antonio at Memphis,TBD New York 10 5 .667 — New York 8 7 .533 1 1/2
Sunday, April 16: Chicago 106, Boston 102 Cleveland 2, Indiana 0 Boston 9 6 .600 1
Tuesday, April 18: Chicago 111, Boston 97 Saturday, April 15: Cleveland 109, Indiana 108 x-Saturday, April 29: Memphis at San Antonio, TBD Miami 8 7 .533 1 1/2
Tampa Bay 8 8 .500 2 1/2 Atlanta 6 8 .429 3
Friday, April 21: Boston at Chicago, 4 p.m. Monday, April 17: Cleveland 117 Indiana 111 Toronto 3 11 .214 6 1/2
Sunday, April 23: Boston at Chicago, 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 20, Cleveland at Indiana, 4 p.m. Houston 2, Oklahoma City 0 Philadelphia 5 9 .357 4
x-Wednesday, April 26: Chicago at Boston, TBD Sunday, April 16: Houston 118, OKC 87 Central Division Central Division
Sunday, April 23, Cleveland at Indiana, 10 a.m.
x-Friday, April 28: Boston at Chicago, TBD x-Tuesday, April 25: Indiana at Cleveland, TBD Wednesday, April 19: Houston 115, OKC 111 Detroit 8 6 .571 —
Cincinnati 9 6 .600 —
x-Sunday, April 30: Chicago at Boston, TBD x-Thursday, April 27, Cleveland at Indiana, TBD Kansas City 7 7 .500 1
Friday, April 21: Houston at Oklahoma City, 6:30 p.m. Chicago 8 7 .533 1
x-Saturday, April 29: Indiana at Cleveland, TBD Cleveland 7 7 .500 1
Sunday,April 23:Houston at Oklahoma City,12:30 p.m. Chicago 7 7 .500 1 Milwaukee 8 8 .500 1 1/2
Washington 2, Atlanta 0 x-Tuesday, April 25: Oklahoma City at Houston,TBD
Sunday, April 16: Washington 114, Atlanta 107 Minnesota 7 7 .500 1 Pittsburgh 6 9 .400 3
Wed, April 19: Washington 109, Atlanta 101 Golden State 2, Portland 0 x-Thursday, April 27: Houston at OK City, TBD West Division St. Louis 6 9 .400 3
Saturday, April 22:Washington at Atlanta, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 16: Warriors 121, Portland 109 x-Saturday, April 29: OK City at Houston, TBD Houston 10 5 .667 — West Division
Monday, April 24: Washington at Atlanta, 5 p.m. Wed., April 19: Warriors 110, Portland 81 A’s 7 8 .467 3 Colorado 10 6 .625 —
x-Wednesday, April 26: Atlanta at Washington,TBD Saturday, April 22: Warriors at Portland, 7:30 p.m. Utah 1, L.A. Clippers 1 Seattle 7 9 .438 3 1/2 Arizona 10 6 .625 —
x-Friday, April 28: Washington at Atlanta, TBD Monday, April 24: Warriors at Portland, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 15: Utah 97, L.A. Clippers 95 Los Angeles 7 9 .438 3 1/2 Los Angeles 8 8 .500 2
x-Sunday, April 30: Atlanta at Washington, TBD x-Wednesday, April 26: Portland at Warriors, TBD Tuesday, April 18: L.A. Clippers 99, Utah 91 Texas 5 10 .333 5 Giants 6 10 .375 4
x-Friday, April 28: Warriors at Portland, TBD Friday, April 21: L.A. Clippers at Utah, 7 p.m. San Diego 6 10 .375 4
Milwaukee 1, Toronto 1 x-Sunday, April 30: Portland at Warriors, TBD
Saturday, April 15: Milwaukee 97, Toronto 83 Sunday, April 23: L.A. Clippers at Utah, 6 p.m. Wednesday’s Games
Tuesday, April 18: Toronto 106, Milwaukee 100 San Antonio 2, Memphis 0 x-Tuesday, April 25: Utah at L.A. Clippers, TBD Oakland 9, Texas 1 Wednesday’s Games
Thursday, April 20: Toronto at Milwaukee, 5 p.m. Saturday, April 15: San Antonio 111, Memphis 82 x-Friday, April 28: L.A. Clippers at Utah, TBD Seattle 10, Miami 5 St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 1
Saturday, April 22: Toronto at Milwaukee, noon Monday, April 17: San Antonio 96, Memphis 82 x-Sunday, April 30: Utah at L.A. Clippers, TBD N.Y. Yankees 9, Chicago White Sox 1 Chicago Cubs 7, Milwaukee 4
Toronto 3, Boston 0 Seattle 10, Miami 5
Baltimore 2, Cincinnati 0 Baltimore 2, Cincinnati 0
NHL PLAYOFF GLANCE Tampa Bay 8, Detroit 7
Cleveland at Minnesota, ppd.
N.Y. Mets 5, Philadelphia 4
Washington 14, Atlanta 4
Houston 5, L.A. Angels 1
FIRST ROUND Wednesday, April 19: Washington 5, Toronto 4 St. Louis 3, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 2, San Francisco 0
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Friday, April 21: Toronto at Washington, 4 p.m. Kansas City 2, San Francisco 0
Wednesday, April 12: St. Louis 2, Minnesota 1, OT San Diego 1, Arizona 0
EASTERN CONFERENCE x-Sunday, April 23: Washington at Toronto, TBA Thursday’s Games
Friday, April 14: St. Louis 2, Minnesota 1 L.A. Dodgers 4, Colorado 2
Montreal 2, N.Y. Rangers 2 x-Tuesday, April 25: Toronto at Washington, TBA Boston (Sale 1-1) at Toronto (Estrada 0-1), 9:37 a.m.
Sunday, April 16: St. Louis 3, Minnesota 1 Thursday’s Games
Wednesday, April 12: New York 2, Montreal 0 Cleveland(Kluber1-1)atMinnesota(Santana3-0),10:10a.m.
Wednesday, April 19: Minnesota 2, St. Louis 0 Baltimore (Miley 1-0) at Cincy (Feldman 1-1),4:10 p.m.
Friday, April 14: Montreal 4, New York 3, OT Pittsburgh 3, Columbus 1 Detroit (Norris 1-0) at Tampa (Ramirez 1-0),10:10 a.m.
Saturday, April 22: St. Louis at Minnesota, noon Philly (Nola 1-0) at Mets (Syndergaard 1-0), 4:10 p.m.
Sunday, April 16: Montreal 3, New York 1 Wednesday, April 12: Pittsburgh 3, Columbus 1 Angels(Shoemaker0-0)atHouston(McCullers1-0),11:10a.m.
x-Saturday, April 22: St. Louis at Minnesota, TBA Washington (Strasburg 1-0) at ATL (Dickey 1-1),4:35 p.m.
Tuesday, April 18: New York 2, Montreal 1 Friday, April 14: Pittsburgh 4, Columbus 1 Baltimore (Miley 1-0) at Cincy (Feldman 1-1),4:10 p.m.
Thursday, April 20: New York at Montreal, 4 p.m. x-Monday, April 24: Minnesota at St. Louis, TBA
Sunday, April 16: Pittsburgh 5, Columbus 4, OT K.C. (Duffy 2-0) at Texas (Cashner 0-1), 5:05 p.m. St.Louis (Martinez 0-2) at Milwaukee (Davies 0-2),5:10 p.m.
x-Saturday, April 22: Montreal at New York, TBA x-Wednesday, April 26: St. Louis at Minnesota, TBA
Tuesday, April 18: Columbus 5, Pitt 4 Seattle (Paxton 2-0) at A’s (Valdez 0-0), 10:05 p.m. Arizona (Corbin 1-2) at San Diego (Richard 1-2),6:10 p.m.
x-Monday, April 24: NY at Montreal, TBA Ottawa Thursday, April 20: Columbus at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m.
x-Sunday, April 23: Pittsburgh at Columbus, TBA Anaheim 4, Calgary 0
Ottawa 3, Boston 1
Wednesday, April 12: Boston 2, Ottawa 1
x-Tuesday, April 25: Columbus at Pittsburgh, TBA Thursday, April 13: Anaheim 3, Calgary 2
Saturday, April 15: Anaheim 3, Calgary 2 WHAT’S ON TAP
Saturday, April 15: Ottawa 4, Boston 3, OT Monday, April 17: Anaheim 5, Calgary 4, OT
WESTERN CONFERENCE Wednesday, April 19: Anaheim 3, Calgary 1 THURSDAY quoia at Menlo-Atherton, Aragon at San Mateo, Jef-
Monday, April 17: Ottawa 4, Boston 3, OT Nashville 3, Chicago 0
Wednesday, April 19: Ottawa 1, Boston 0 Baseball ferson at Half Moon Bay, Terra Nova at Capuchino,
Thursday, April 13: Nashville 1, Chicago 0 Edmonton 2, San Jose 2 South City at Half Moon Bay, San Mateo at Menlo- Westmoor at South City, Mills at El Camino, 3 p.m.
Friday, April 21: Boston at Ottawa, 4:30 p.m.
x-Sunday, April 23: Ottawa at Boston, TBA Saturday, April 15: Nashville 5, Chicago 0 Wednesday, April 12: San Jose 3, Edmonton 2, OT Atherton, Westmoor at Mills, Crystal Springs at
x-Wednesday, April 26: Boston at Ottawa, TBA Monday, April 17: Nashville 3, Chicago 2, OT Friday, April 14: Edmonton 2, San Jose 0 Harker, El Camino at Jefferson, 4 p.m. Boys' tennis
Thursday, April 20: Chicago at Nashville, 5 p.m. Sunday, April 16: Edmonton 1, San Jose 0 PAL team tournament final
Toronto 2, Washington 2 x-Saturday, April 22: Nashville at Chicago, TBA Tuesday, April 18: San Jose 7, Edmonton 0 Softball No. 3 Aragon at No. 2 Carlmont, 4 p.m.
Thursday, April 13: Washington 3, Toronto 2, OT x-Monday, April 24: Chicago at Nashville, TBA Thurs., April 20: San Jose at Edmonton, 7:30 p.m. Aragon at Half Moon Bay, Carlmont at Capuchino,
Saturday, April 15: Toronto 4, Washington 3, 2OT x-Wednesday, April 26: Nashville at Chicago, TBA x-Saturday, April 22: Edmonton at San Jose, TBA Sequoia at Hillsdale,Woodside at Burlingame, South Track and field
Monday, April 17: Toronto 4, Washington 3, OT x-Monday, April 24: San Jose at Edmonton, TBA City at Mills, 4 p.m. Sequoia at Menlo-Atherton, Burlingame at Mills,
Aragon at Westmoor, Capuchino at Woodside, Half
Badminton Moon Bay at Woodside, 3 p.m.
TRANSACTIONS Westmoor at Aragon, South City at Burlingame, Se-
quoia at San Mateo, Mills at Carlmont, Hillsdale at Boys' volleyball
Terra Nova, Capuchino at Crystal Springs, Jefferson Carlmont at Aragon, 6 p.m.
BASEBALL with RHP Blaine Boyer on a minor league contract. Tacoma (PCL) for a rehab assignment. at Woodside, Menlo-Atherton at El Camino, 4 p.m.
American League KANSAS CITY ROYALS — Recalled 2B Whit Mer- TEXAS RANGERS — Announced RHP Tyler Wag- Girls' lacrosse
BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Optioned RHP Tyler Wil- rifield from Omaha (PCL). ner cleared waivers and was assigned outright to Boys' lacrosse Woodside at Aragon, 5:45 p.m.
son to Norfolk (IL). Recalled LHP Jayson Aquino LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Optioned C Carlos A Round Rock (PCL). Signed INF Josh Wilson to a Burlingame at Aragon, Carlmont at Sequoia, 7 p.m.;
from Norfolk. Perez to Salt Lake (PCL). minor league contract and assigned him to Round Serra at West Lynn-Oregon, 8 p.m. College baseball
BOSTON RED SOX — Optioned LHP Brian John- Rock. San Mateo at Chabot, Monterey at Skyline, Canada
son to Pawtucket (IL). Reinstated LHP Eduardo OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Sent 2B Joey Wendle to
Nashville (PCL) for a rehab assignment. TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Optioned LHP Matt Der- Swimming at Hartnell-Salinas, 2:30 p.m.
Rodriguez from paternity leave. Agreed to terms Burlingame at Woodside, Hillsdale at Carlmont, Se-
SEATTLE MARINERS — Sent RHP Steve Cishek to mody to Buffalo (IL).

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hard with 9:06 remaining in the third quarter

Continued from page 11
on a foul to the head by Meyers Leonard.
The play went to review and was ruled a com-
mon foul.
NBA brief
Rockets overcome Westbrook’s 51,
take 2-0 lead over Thunder
the Warriors were off and running. Portland Tip-ins HOUSTON — James Harden scored 35
played again without center Jusuf Nurkic, points and the Houston Rockets overcame
and missed him. The 7-footer still isn’t 100 Trai l Bl azers : The Blazers’ third-quarter 51 points from Russell Westbrook in a
percent from a nondisplaced fracture in his scoring output was their lowest in any peri- triple-double, clawing back from a double-
right leg that sidelined him for the final od this season — and tied for the fewest in a digit deficit for a 115-111 victory over the
seven regular-season games. quarter by a Warriors playoff opponent in Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday
McCollum, who shot 16 for 28 with four the shot clock era. ... Portland shot 7 for 34 night to take a 2-0 lead in the first-round
3-pointers to score 41 in the 121-109 Game KELLEY L. COX/USA TODAY SPORTS on 3s and 30 for 90 overall. ... The Blazers Western Conference playoff series.
1 loss, scored 11 points on 4-for-17 shoot- Steph Curry, center, gets high fives from Klay have lost 11 out of the last 12 to the
ing. Lillard was 5 for 17 and held to 12 Thompson, left, and Draymond Green. Curry Warriors and 11 straight at Oracle Arena. Westbrook set a franchise playoff scoring
points. filled the stat sheet in the Warriors’ win over record and added 13 assists and 10 rebounds
Portland in Game 2 of their playoff series. Warri o rs : Thompson matched Hall of in the most points ever scored in a postsea-
Coach Terry Stotts called on his team to Famer Rick Barry for second place on the
be more balanced to have a chance against son triple-double. It was the sixth career
secutive possessions late in the period. franchise list for postseason games played playoff triple-double for Westbrook, who
top-seeded Golden State, which finished Lillard had back-to-back driving layups with 66. ... Livingston sat out with a
with the NBA’s best record for a third had an NBA-record 42 in the regular season.
early as Portland jumped out to a 9-4 lead. sprained right index finger and bruised
straight season. Then Golden State got three straight 3s by hand, while F Matt Barnes didn’t play as he But the Rockets contained him long
Instead, the Warriors once more showed Green, Thompson and Curry and used a 14-0 is still working back from a sprained right enough in the fourth quarter to surge ahead,
their remarkable balance despite also miss- run to go up 18-9. ankle and foot. ... Rookie Patrick McCaw then hold on.
ing Shaun Livingston from Sunday’s win. Portland couldn’t keep up after it began 6 earned his first playoff start in place of Game 3 is Friday night in Oklahoma City.
Ian Clark scored 13 points, Andre for 21 and struggled from deep. Allen Durant and had nine points and five
Iguodala contributed 10 rebounds, six Crabbe finished 3 for 10 and missed all five rebounds. ... Curry joined Barry as the only The game was tied before Houston scored
assists and six points, and Zaza Pachulia of his 3s. Warriors with 100 steals in the playoffs. ... 10 straight points with 3-pointers from
scored 10 points. McGee did his thing with Green already had six rebounds and six Iguodala dished his 400th career postseason Harden, Patrick Beverley and Eric Gordon to
three alley-oops in the first and two on con- assists in the first quarter. He went down assist in the first. make it 114-104 with 1:22 remaining.

HERNANDEZ A star tight end for the University of Florida young daughter he fathered with fiancee himself. You can put on an act like nothing
when it won the 2008 title, Hernandez dropped Shayanna Jenkins. happened, but you’ve got a soul. You’ve got a
to the fourth round of the NFL draft because of Prosecutors claimed he gunned the two men heart. You can’t say you don’t think about these
trouble in college that included a failed drug test down after one accidentally spilled a drink on things. There’s no going around that.”
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and a bar fight. His name had also come up in an him in a nightclub — and then got a tattoo of a Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey said
investigation into a shooting. handgun and the words “God Forgives” to com- on Instagram that he spoke with his former col-
end was taken to a hospital and pronounced
Still, he was a productive tight end for the memorate the crime. lege teammate a day earlier.
dead about an hour later.
Patriots for three seasons. He had 79 receptions Investigators suggested Hernandez shot “Today my heart hurts as I got the worse news
Fallon said he was not aware of any suicide
for 910 yards and seven touchdowns in his sec- Lloyd to keep him quiet about the two earlier I could have imagined,” he said. “I will forever
note and officials had no reason to believe
ond year to help the team reach the Super Bowl. killings. A lawyer who represents Lloyd’s miss you and love you bro.”
Hernandez was suicidal. Otherwise, he would
have been transferred to a mental health unit, But the Patriots released him in 2013, short- mother said she’s moving forward with a Friends were also grieving in Connecticut,
Fallon said. ly after he was arrested in the killing of semi- wrongful-death lawsuit against Hernandez’s where Hernandez was raised.
The Worcester County district attorney’s pro football player Odin Lloyd, who was dating estate. “Especially after him getting acquitted of the
office and the Correction Department are inves- the sister of Hernandez’s fiancee. Hernandez In the Dorchester neighborhood where Lloyd double murder. That was a positive thing in our
tigating. was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. grew up, a family friend of the victim wondered minds,” said Alex Cugno, who grew up with
The Patriots had no immediate comment. At Last week, Hernandez was acquitted in the if Hernandez could no longer bear the weight of Hernandez in Bristol. “I don’t believe that he
the White House in the afternoon, President 2012 drive-by shootings of two men in his crime and his squandered potential. would have killed himself. It just doesn’t add
Donald Trump congratulated the Super Bowl Boston. As the jury was deliberating, cam- “I just think it got to him — the guilt,” up. It’s fishy. It makes you wonder what really
champions but made no mention of Hernandez. eras spied Hernandez blowing kisses to the Mixson Philip said. “Each man has to live with went on behind those walls in prison.”

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Virtual technology can make landscaping easier
By Katherine Roth

Just as virtual technology has become a common tool for
anyone planning to repaint or redecorate a home, a growing
array of apps can make landscaping easier too.
But know when to use them, and when it would be easier to
pull out an old-fashioned pencil and a sheet of graph paper —
or to seek out a professional.
“We’ve seen an increase in virtual interior design services
within the last two years, so it’s only natural that this func-
tionality would make its way to the exterior of the home as
well,” said Stephanie Sisco, Real Simple magazine’s home
A few of the more popular DIY gardening apps include
Garden Designer ($9.99, from Artifact Interactive), Design
your New Surroundings ($9.99, from Home Revivals),
Garden Plan Pro ($9.99, from Growing Interactive), and
Perennial Match ($4.99, from Harmony systems, Inc.).
“We have seen several hundred thousand downloads,” says
Patrick Pozzuto, founder of the iScape app ($9.99, from
Home Revivals LLC), aimed at both professional and home
landscapers. Based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina,
Pozzuto worked as a contractor before launching his app.
“Arranging plants using a touch screen is way easier than
using your lower back to do it,” he says.
“But while the pros have been using apps for a long time
now, home gardeners do encounter some hiccups some-
times,” he admits. “They don’t necessarily know what plant
goes with what, and what areas it’ll grow in. And some peo-
ple don’t have an artistic mind, and get into trouble.”
Dave Whitinger, executive director of the National
Gardening Association, based in Jacksonville, Texas, warns features a database for the entire country, searchable by zip code, to tell home gardeners what the frost dates
that while some tech-savvy gardeners quickly get the hang of are for their area, when to plant which vegetables and flowers, and what kinds of plants will encourage, say, certain varieties
landscaping apps, the learning curve is steep, and they may of butterflies or bees.
be impractical for most home gardeners. The association,
founded in 1971, helps put out the “Gardening for Dummies”
book series (published by For Dummies) and hosts the web-
“The reality is that while the virtual tools are great for a
minority of gardeners, many more people find them far too
confusing, and they get really frustrated,” he says.
Many home gardeners, he says, would be better off using a
pencil and graph paper, with each square representing 6
inches, or whatever scale is appropriate for the particular
Yet even for amateurs, he notes, the information on some
online sites can mean the difference between failure and suc-
cess with gardening and landscaping projects.,
for example, features a database for the entire country,
searchable by zip code, to tell home gardeners what the frost
dates are for their area, when to plant which vegetables and
flowers, and what kinds of plants will encourage, say, certain
varieties of butterflies or bees.
“Knowledge like that is crucial to whether a person’s gar-
dening project succeeds,” he says. “Lettuce and spinach and
tomatoes all have different dates when they should be plant-
ed for best results, and planting dates vary depending on
where you live. Just because you see the plants for sale in the
nursery doesn’t mean it’s the right time to plant.”
And even if you haven’t figured out all the features of the
gardening apps, they can be a good way to show profession-
al landscapers what you have in mind, Pozzuto said.




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Commission Chair Nancy Radcliffe also expressed

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interest in understanding the economic impact of updat-
ing the Bay Road parcels’ current zoning, which allows
light industrial uses but does not allow for housing proj-
ects. The Sobrato Organization is requesting a mixed-use
designation for the space, which is currently surrounded
application for the shopping center bordered by by companies selling or repairing home appliances, land-
Broadway, Bay Road and Woodside Road in February to scape companies and incubator spaces, among others.
include an option to build off-site affordable units on one “That’s a zone that is vastly disappearing in other
of the two 2-acre parcels bordered by Bay Road and cities, and I’m feeling a little protective right now,” she
between Woodside Road and Charter Street. Planned for said.
the Broadway Plaza project is a mix of 400 studio, one-
Commissioners also focused on how the sites’ design
bedroom and two-bedroom units, all of which would be
RENDERING COURTESY OF REDWOOD CITY could accommodate the diversity of the families expected
market rate. Along with the 120 affordable units planned
An artist’s rendering of plans to redevelop the Broadway Plaza to populate the residential units included in the project
for the Bay Road parcels, the two projects would bring
shopping center at the corner of Woodside Road and plans.
more than 500 new housing units and accompanying
Broadway in Redwood City. Hunter noted the positive light with which city offi-
parking to the area, where a variety of industrial, chain
cials have previously viewed housing projects placing
and small businesses are currently clustered around the Highway 101 interchange improvements are made, as affordable and market-rate units in close proximity to
congested Woodside Road and Highway 101 interchange. well as include Spring and Charter streets in their assess- each other, and asked the developer to look into the
The Broadway Plaza project is also expected to bring ment to include projected traffic from the Rocketship impact that has had on the community.
420,000 square feet of office space and close to 4,000 charter elementary school proposed for a site less than a “I’d love to see some research on the effects on the com-
square feet of retail space to the aging shopping center mile away. munity of having mixed-income housing all at one place
where Foods Co, Office Max and Big Lots stores previ- City staff confirmed the interchange project timeline … versus having separate market-rate units or luxury
ously operated. has not been finalized, making its inclusion in the study units on one block and all affordable units on the other
Among the chief concerns planning commissioners challenging. Steve Witte, member of the Redwood Village block,” he said.
shared was the impact the project would have on major Business Association, expressed concern on behalf of Jean-Marie Houston, director of early learning support
intersections, freeways and interchanges near the project nearby business about the effect increased density might services at the San Mateo County Office of Education,
sites. have on their ability to do business. Witte said he and encouraged the developer to consider dedicating space to
Commissioner Rick Hunter noted the project’s proxim- other business owners felt traffic studies completed for a child care facility that nearby families and employees
ity to the Woodside Road and Highway 101 interchange, projects previously proposed for the area had not been could use. Houston said demand for child care resources in
one of the city’s ongoing infrastructure projects, and based on accurate data and downplayed their impact. the area has been outstripping the supply, creating a
asked the developer and city staff to expand the traffic “I would just ask that at least the traffic study is done in headache for families living in recently completed devel-
study they proposed, which included an analysis of the 10 a very updated manner,” he said. opments lacking these resources.
major intersections on or near Bay Road and Broadway as Witte said he also worried about the effects of future
well as nearby interchanges and stretches of freeway. “Once that opportunity is gone, it’s very hard to go
development on the Bay Road parcel — for which plans back and do it when it should have been there to start
“This is probably the worst traffic area in the city,” he have not been confirmed — could have on congestion.
said. with,” she said.
Peter Tsai, a representative of The Sobrato Organization, Commissioner Shawn White also asked the developer to
Hunter recommended the developer attempt to project reported the parcel would be held vacant throughout con-
traffic patterns before and after the Woodside Road and consider how pedestrian crossings across Woodside Road,
struction so crews could use it as a staging area. which separates the two sites, could be improved to facil-
itate family access to nearby schools and parks.
For commissioners Ernie Schmidt and Connie Guerrero,
the key to the project’s fit within the community is
strong communication with surrounding neighborhoods
and business owners.
Though the developer and city staff had already planned
to expand outreach to include coffee sessions twice a
month, mailings to properties within a 1,000 foot radius
of the sites and communication with the neighborhood
associations for the Stambaugh-Heller, Redwood Village
and Friendly Acres neighborhoods, the commissioners
asked the developer to consider attending neighborhood
meetings and thinking creatively about spreading the
word about project developments.
“I’m hoping that with that outreach, you’re able to take
in a lot of the information and create that thoughtful
development that you’re talking about,” said Schmidt.
“This is a project that is going to be on the gateway of
Redwood City and should reflect as such.”
Project plans will go before the city’s Complete Streets
Advisory Committee and Architectural Advisory
Committee for feedback, and will next appear before the
Planning Commission in conjunction with a draft envi-
ronmental assessment. City Council approval for the
final environmental impact assessment is required before
the requested plan amendments can be considered final.




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Sometimes it takes a community to keep bees
By Dean Fosdick from property lines, and bee flyways are
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS directed away from private dwellings. No
visitors are allowed to approach the hives
Finding places for beekeeping can be a without a beekeeper escort, and each guest
challenge for city dwellers. But apiaries must sign a waiver before entering the api-
modeled after community gardens have ary.
become a popular option. Burgh Bees in Pittsburgh established the
Community beekeeping operations are first urban community apiary in the United
usually comprised of shared sites on public States.
or private properties, organized by or for “We realized more and more people in the
people trying to turn out fresh plants or city were interested in beekeeping,” said
products. Stephen Repasky, a master beekeeper and
Some, like the community apiary inside Burgh Bee president. “We wanted to help
The Hudson Gardens & Event Center in find places for them to do that so we adopt-
Littleton, Colorado, also educate. Its ed the community garden example.”
objectives are to train, mentor and provide The beekeepers eventually found a vacant
fellowship for hobbyist beekeepers, pro- piece of land and signed a lease with the city
mote interest in beekeeping, and boost for $1 a year to landscape and manage it.
plant pollination in Hudson Gardens and “We went from having a gravel lot full of
around the neighborhood, said Amanda used needles and garbage to a fenced prop-
Accamando, the center’s education and vol- Community beekeeping operations are usually comprised of shared sites on public or private erty with perennials and pollinators, ”
unteer manager. properties, organized by or for people trying to turn out fresh plants or products. Repasky said. “It’s going so well that we
The apiary “brings together a dynamic protective gear and honeybees. Hudson than hive spaces available by next year. hope to open a second apiary sometime
and unique community of beekeepers that Gardens delivers the infrastructure, fund- “We are actively seeking additional ways in this summer.”
not only share the common goal of sup- ing, staffing and administrative help. which we can engage with beekeepers in The City of Pittsburgh continues to look
porting honeybee health but also greatly “That allows our participants to focus on our area beyond the apiary’s physical bor- for new ways to utilize its vacant lots,
value learning from one another” and the health of their colonies, and their own ders,” Accamando said. Repasky said.
spreading the word, Accamando said. development as beekeepers, mentors and Bee stings and liability are obvious con- “Everyone gets a boost when the city is
No fees are charged for the program since educators,” Accamando said. cerns, and the public garden’s hobbyist able to find people who can organize and
the beekeepers also do volunteer work. But The program has been growing steadily beekeepers are required to follow city transform those sites,” he said. “It adds
they must provide their own equipment, and she expects to have more applicants codes. Hives must be placed at least 25 feet value to property you can’t put a price on.”

Jazz Age design shown in textiles, furniture and more
By Katherine Roth and midcentury modern eras that came later McClelland, who helped introduce new con- underlines the revolutionary social context
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was more aptly known in its own time as the texts for old wallpapers and fabrics. behind increasingly innovative Jazz Age
Jazz Age. This section, visible from many of the style. Women had earned the right to vote and
NEW YORK — A multisensory blockbuster Through over 400 works, many of them other galleries, then serves as a point of ref- many cast aside old social customs. Despite
of a show at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian from private collections and never before dis- erence as the decade then lurches from tradi- Prohibition, an array of glamorous cocktail
Design Museum here invites visitors to played in public, this show reveals why. tionalist to decidedly forward-looking. shakers and glasses reveals rules being, very
explore Jazz Age design in all its glittering, “Exploring the significant impact of “A New Look” reveals furniture and other stylishly, bent.
decadent and innovative glory. European influences, the explosive growth of design pieces of the early 1920s with a more “There’s a lot more flash suddenly, and a
Edgy furniture and tableware; textiles and American cities, avant-garde artistic move- modern sense of style. Works by cutting-edge movement away from subdued decorum,”
wallpapers in rich oranges and teals; odes to ments, new social mores and the role of tech- French designers Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, Coffin explains.
the New York skyscraper — there’s nothing nology, ‘The Jazz Age’ seeks to define the Edgar Brandt and Andre Mare reveal 18th cen- “A Smaller World” reveals the huge impact
quietly “decorative” in “The Jazz Age: American spirit of the period,” says Cooper tury styles, particularly in furniture, revisited of the 1925 International Exhibition of
American Style in the 1920s,” which is on Hewitt Director Caroline Baumann. with a luxurious, sleek and modern sensibili- Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts, in
view in New York through Aug. 20 and then The show begins quietly with a relatively ty. The pieces are paired with ceramics, tex- Paris. Many influential American designers
opens at the Cleveland Museum of Art on staid section on the “Persistence of tiles and wall coverings in bold, bright flora flocked to see the new designs there after
Sept. 30. It runs there through Jan. 14, 2018. Traditional Good Taste,” focusing on the and fauna patterns, particularly in brash teals World War l. A selection of 400 objects from
Visitors should check preconceptions American colonial and Federalist designs in and oranges. the exposition were sent on a tour of
about “Art Deco” at the door. That popular furniture and tableware (and a monumental “Color is a big part of the picture,” American museums in 1926, and U.S. depart-
term for 1920s style was coined well after the tapestry woven by New Jersey’s Edgewater explains Coffin. ment stores held their own exhibits of
era ended, says Sarah Coffin, a curator at the Tapestry Looms) that were favored by tradi- Around the corner, “Bending the Rules” imported modern design.
Cooper Hewitt, who co-curated the exhibit tionalists of the early 1920s. This was a peri-
with Stephen Harrison, a curator at the od when early American design found new BUUR NASK
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Whitnell, attorney for the League that
works with California governments,
lic business, you need to keep it open,
you need to keep it transparent,” she
Continued from page 1 said that Supreme Court case involving But Greben’s assumptions raise a THURSDAY, APRIL 20 Every Sunday and Saturday through
Tai Chi for Balance with Joan Tay. May 28. For more information email
the city of San Jose provided some clar- question that surely would have had the 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 1044
ment agency or elected official is using ity. But it may have opened the door for United States’ Founding Fathers scratch- Middlefield Road, Redwood City. For
Twitter in accordance with existing new arguments as well, he said. ing their heads — does the public have more information email Seminar on Immunotherapy and Healthy Cooking Demonstration.
laws. She cites the California Public “It’s going to take, I think, either an inherent right to access social media? 10:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. 450 Poplar
Records Act, which outlines citizens’ some legislative action to clarify the Downsizing Presentation. 11 a.m. Ave., Millbrae. Featuring a presenta-
rights to access information on govern- law or many years of litigation for the Federal social San Bruno Senior Center, 1555
Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno.
tion by Dr. Mei Wen Wu and a
healthy cooking demonstration by
ment business; as well as First
Amendment rights to petition the gov-
courts to interpret the Public Records
Act, so that cities and public officials
media interpretation Decluttering, sorting, packing, mov-
ing and setting up a new residence.
Christina. For more information visit
ernment for a redress of grievances, The U.S. Supreme Court is in the For more information call 616-7150.
can understand what the rules are,” Earth Day on the Bay. 10 a.m. to 5
meaning complain or seek help without Whitnell said “Twitter and Facebook and process of ruling on a case that could AARP Chapter 139 Meeting. 11 p.m. 500 Discovery Parkway,
fear of reprisal. help provide an answer. Justices are a.m. 2710 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Redwood City. Come to explore the
the social media means of communica- Mateo. Business meeting starts at life and ecosystem of the Bay and all
Greben argues the city doesn’t have a tion do raise a whole set of different considering whether to overturn a North noon followed by a speaker dis- of the organisms that call it home.
sufficient social media policy to ensure issues than those raised by email and Carolina law that bans convicted sex cussing signs of elder abuse. For Admission is free, and boat tours are
offenders from Facebook, Twitter and more information contact available for $20. For more informa-
adequate records of Twitter communica- text messages.” tion call 364-2760.
tions are kept, notes the San Mateo other social media sites. A decision in
Police Department said its account was City’s reaction to requests that case is expected later in the year. Free Business and Accounting Info
Session. 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Menlo Park Sidewalk Fine Arts
Festival. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Santa Cruz
hacked in January and all direct mes- Greben said that case highlights the Redwood City Public Library Avenue. Enjoy boutique handcrafted
sages erased, and points to Mayor David Lim and San Mateo City Attorney importance social media plays in peo- Downtown, 1044 Middlefield Road, art. For more information visit paci-
Lim using his account for both personal Shawn Mason said they would review ple’s daily lives. When it comes to pub- Redwood City. For more information
and official business. the case and can’t comment directly on lic officials, she contends the first step and to RSVP visit Spring Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
pending litigation. However, Mason is for governments to craft explicit lege-business-accounting-free-info- 480 Primrose Road, Burlingame. For
Not just a San Mateo issue noted the city’s 2014 social media poli- policies on what constitutes public ver- session-off-campus-spring-2017- more information contact audrey-
cy is in accordance with existing regula-
sus private communications.  
But the issue stems far beyond San tions. Another issue is retaining records, Venture Capital Panel: Funding for Start2Save. 10 a.m. South San
Mateo, but she said it just so happens “We believe that our response to Ms. which is ultimately the responsibility IoT Startups. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. College Francisco Main Library, 840 W.
this was an ideal opportunity to high- of San Mateo. For more information Orange Ave., South San Francisco.
Greben’s records request and our policies of the government entity. She noted the visit For more information email
light the changing legal landscape. about the use of social media comply city’s response to her PRA request
“Pretty much every state has rules on with applicable law,” Mason said. Meditation and the Brain. 7:15
included a brief explanation that San p.m. 1044 Middlefield Road, Meditation Workshop. 11 a.m. to
the books against using your public “Having said that, we’ll do a careful Mateo Police Department’s Twitter Redwood City. For more information 12:30 p.m. 55 W. Third Ave., San
office for private purposes,” Greben review of her allegations and see if account was reportedly hacked and the email Mateo. Stanford professor Dr. Manish
there’s anything we need to do to take Saggar will share the psychological
said, adding countless elected and public direct messages deleted. If social media ‘All in the Timing.’ 7:30 p.m. 1500 benefits of meditation and there will
officials use Twitter to communicate other actions or modify our policy.” sites aren’t archiving public informa- Ralston Ave., Belmont. Five funny be a meditation sitting. For more
with the public. “There’s just a fine line The city’s guidelines don’t directly one-act plays. Free. For more infor- information email mbaute@cityof-
tion, then it’s up to the government mation contact
between public and private, public mention elected officials’ use of such entity to do so, she said.
office and private lives.” sites. A Police Department spokesman said Berkshire Hathaway’s Annual
FRIDAY, APRIL 21 Paper Shredding Party. 10 a.m. to 1
Her interest in the issue started while But Greben argues elected officials they could not comment on pending lit- Kara’s 40th Anniversary p.m. Berkshire Hathaway
studying to become a paralegal when often use Twitter in a manner that blends igation and no further details on the Celebration Gala and Fundraiser. HomeServices California Realty, 180
she learned she could make Public personal and governmental roles. hacking were immediately available. 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Crowne Plaza, El Camino Real, San Bruno. Bring old
4290 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. For bills, taxes, private paperwork and
Records Act requests for information Nearly all of San Mateo County’s rep- Greben has others pinpointed in her more information email sarah@kara- real estate documents to shred. Free.
from public officials. What happened resentatives in the Legislature and scope, and noted she’s considering fil- For more information email carolyn-
next further spurred her passion — she
Congress maintain Twitter accounts, ing similar petitions against other Spring Book Sale. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
found her requests led to dozens of peo- along with countless local city coun- California cities. 480 Primrose Road, Burlingame. For ‘Joseph and the Amazing
ple blocking her on Twitter. cilmembers, cities, transit agencies and Governments and attorneys have been more information contact audrey- Technicolor Dreamcoat.’ 2 p.m. 2025 Kehoe Ave., San Mateo. A
But it wasn’t until this year that she others. wrestling with these topics for more m. retelling of the biblical story of
received some legal fodder for her argu- Following the San Jose case, Lim than five years but, with the rate at Joseph by Pied Piper Plays, a non-
ment. Menlo Park Sidewalk Fine Arts profit theater organization based in
provided a partially redacted list of which technology is updated, Whitnell San Mateo. $20 adults; $15 seniors
Festival. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Santa Cruz
Previously, PRA law only applied to Twitter users he blocked, which included noted the law just hasn’t kept up. Avenue. Enjoy boutique handcrafted and children under 10. Show runs
communications made from official Greben. She acknowledged Lim is far “Social media policy has to be a liv- art. For more information visit paci- through April 30. For more informa- tion visit
accounts, meaning a government offi- from alone, she’s sent PRA requests to ing document and has to be reviewed
cial’s cellphone or private email address dozens of officials for their Twitter periodically,” Whitnell said. “This is a Variety Show and Lunch. 10:30 ‘Before the Flood’ screening. 3:15
information, which has resulted in her a.m. to 1 p.m. San Bruno Senior p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Palo Alto Mitchell
were typically off limits. But in March, revolving area of the law and there’s a Park Library, MidTown Community
Center, 1555 Crystal Springs Road,
the California Supreme Court ruled the being blocked or muted by many. lot of open questions. So I think it’s San Bruno. Tickets are available at Room, 3700 Middlefield Road. Event
public does have a right to review gov- “It goes against open government and going to be a process, certainly judicial the senior center front desk. For is free. For more information call
more information call 616-7150. 326-1235.
ernment officials’ emails and text mes- transparency, and my hope is if you’re but maybe legislation as well, to get
sages pertaining to public business, in a public office and you’re going to be some clarity.” ‘The Little Mermaid Musical.’ 7 ‘The Little Mermaid Musical.’ 7
p.m. Capuchino High School Samuel p.m. Capuchino High School Samuel
Johnson Jr. Performing Arts Center, Johnson Jr. Performing Arts Center,

increased dramatically. A recent federal Though Palacio said the interpreter’s 1501 Magnolia Ave., San Bruno. 1501 Magnolia Ave., San Bruno.
Seniors $8, general $10 and under 5- Seniors $8, general $10 and under 5-
review of the state court system result- union has requested the courts to enter years-old is free. For more informa-
years-old is free. For more informa-
ing in an expansion of interpreter mediation so the two parties can find tion email tion email
services to civil matters such as traffic middle ground, she isn’t hopeful the
Continued from page 3 Left Coast Annual Juried Paul Galbraith. 7 p.m. St. Andrews
violations has compounded the effect courts will agree to any conditions Exhibition Gallery Opening. 7 p.m. Episcopal Church, 1600 Santa Lucia
of the shortage and required the county that open a discussion on offset wages to 9 p.m. 1220B Linda Mar Blvd., Ave., San Bruno. General admission:
state. Without the promise of fair pay Pacifica. Music by Blue on Green. For $30. Student: $20. For more informa-
court to hire more contract inter- for pension contributions. Yuen con- more information visit sanchezart- tion email
in a state plagued with a rising cost of preters. Because they aren’t as familiar firmed that the courts can only mediate
living, Taiara is worried fewer people with the nuances of the county’s court items on which they have the legal
‘All in the Timing.’ 7:30 p.m. 1500 ‘All in the Timing.’ 7:30 p.m. 1500
will pursue jobs in her field. system and aren’t as committed as full- authority to negotiate, but hoped the Ralston Ave., Belmont. Five funny
Ralston Ave., Belmont. Five funny
“It makes less and less sense to go time interpreters, Palacio said she has groups could find a resolution. one-act plays. Free. For more infor- one-act plays. Free. For more infor-
mation contact mation contact
into this as a profession,” she said. seen the services litigants receive suf- “We have every well intention of
As Palacio and her colleagues wait fer. trying to get a deal,” he said. “But as SATURDAY, APRIL 22 ‘My Life in Music.’ 7:30 p.m. Old
for the five vacant spots on their team “It affects litigants and the quality of with all collective bargaining, it Free Dental Care Provided by the Fellows Hall, 526 Main St., Half Moon
California Dental Association Bay. An evening of music composed
to be filled, she said their workload has their experience,” she said. requires there be a process.” by local pianist Peter Master. Tickets
Foundation and CDA. San Mateo
Event Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive, only available at the door. Suggested
San Mateo. 5:30 a.m. to midafter- donation of $20. For more informa-
noon. Dentists, dental and health tion email
professionals, and community vol-
unteers are donating their time to SUNDAY, APRIL 23
provide oral health care and educa- Free Dental Care Provided by the
tion at no charge to approximately California Dental Association
2,000 patients. No ID required. Free Foundation and CDA. San Mateo
parking available. For more informa- Event Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive,
tion call (916) 554-5372. San Mateo. 5:30 a.m. to midafter-
noon. Dentists, dental and health
Colma Creek cleanup. 9 a.m. to professionals, and community vol-
noon. Bay Trail behind Costco on unteers are donating their time to
Airport Boulevard. For more infor- provide oral health care and educa-
mation call 829-3840. tion at no charge to approximately
2,000 patients. No ID required. Free
Anna Eshoo Town Hall. 10 a.m. to parking available. For more infor-
11:30 a.m. Cañada College, 4200 mation call (916) 554-5372.
Farm Hill Blvd., Redwood City.
California 18th District Nostril Breathing. 10 a.m. Artis
Representative Anna Eshoo will host School of Music, 2003 Ralston Ave.,
a meeting to answer constituents’ Belmont.
questions and hear their concerns.
For more information call 225-8104. Caffea Grand Opening. 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. 601 Portsmouth Lane, Foster
Peninsula Girls Chorus Auditions. City. Caffea is focused on sourcing
10 a.m. to noon. 1443 Howard Ave., organic fair-trade coffee beans and
Burlingame. No prior experience is pairing them with organic plant-
required. Interested singers should based dairy alternatives. Coffee will
download the audition information be free during the grand opening.
packet and sign up for an audition at For more information call 504-6817.
the Peninsula Girls Chorus website.
All scheduled auditions will be con- Menlo Park Sidewalk Fine Arts
firmed by email. For more informa- Festival. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Santa Cruz
tion visit Avenue. Enjoy boutique handcrafted art. For more information visit paci-

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as: Mindful Youth, 2123 Coronet Blvd., Over the Hedge Over the Hedge Over the Hedge
sarily required. BELMONT, CA 94002. Registered Own-
tola Valley, CA 94028. Registered Own-
er: Karen Vahtra, same address. The er: Ellen McCarty, same address. The
Please send a cover letter describing business is conducted by an Individual.
your interest in newspapers, a resume business is conducted by an Individual.
The registrants commenced to transact The registrants commenced to transact
and three recent clips. Before you ap- business under the FBN on 03/01/2011.
ply, you should familiarize yourself business under the FBN on November
2010. /s/Ellen McCarty/
with our publication. Our Web site: This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Karen Vahtra/
This statement was filed with the Asses- sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2017. (Publish-
sor-County Clerk on 3/17/2017. (Publish- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
Send your information via e-mail to 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17). or by reg- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
ular mail to 1900 Alameda de las Pul- 3/30/17, 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17).
gas #112, San Mateo CA 94403 FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME
STATEMEnT #273009 The following person is doing business
The following person is doing business as: Parade, 19 Davis Drive, BELMONT,
as: Emerald Hills Care Home, 1871 Cor- CA 94002. Registered Owner: Dray
TECHnOLOgY dilleras Road, REDWOOD CITY, CA Technologies Inc., DE. The business is
94062. Registered Owner: LT Investment conducted by a Corporation. The regis-
WHATSAPP, Inc. currently has the fol- Corporation, CA. The business is con- trants commenced to transact business
lowing openings in Menlo Park, CA (mul- ducted by a Corporation. The registrants under the FBN on .
tiple openings/various levels): commenced to transact business under /s/Anthony Sutardja/
the FBN on “has been operating.” This statement was filed with the Asses- 203 Public notices 203 Public notices 203 Public notices
Software Engineer (3236n) Help build /s/Maria L. Collins/ sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2017. (Publish-
the next generation of systems behind This statement was filed with the Asses- ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME nOTiCE OF PETiTiOn TO If you are a creditor or a contingent cred-
WhatsApp's products, create web and/or sor-County Clerk on 4/4/2017. (Publish- 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17). STATEMEnT #273070 ADMiniSTEr ESTATE OF itor of the decedent, you must file your
mobile applications that reach over one ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, The following person is doing business Zahra Sabooni claim with the court and mail a copy to
billion people, and build high-volume 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17). as: RCG Architecture, 2074 Kehoe Ave, Case Number: 17PRO00340 the personal representative appointed by
servers to support our content. FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con- the court within the later of either (1) four
STATEMEnT #273128 Owner: Robert Gooyer, same address. tingent creditors, and persons who may months from the date of first issuance of
Product Designer (4213n) Design, pro- FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME The following person is doing business The business is conducted by an Individ- otherwise be interested in the will or es- letters to a general personal representa-
totype, and build new features for STATEMEnT #273023 as: Spicy Heaven Restaurant, 35 East ual. The registrants commenced to tate, or both, of Zahra Sabooni. A Peti- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the
WhatsApp’s website or mobile applica- The following person is doing business 3rd Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg- transact business under the FBN on tion for Probate has been filed by Ahmad Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
tions. as: Adrian Floors, 1536 Sharon Place, istered Owner: Spicy Heaven, LLC, CA. Khatirinejadfard in the Superior Court of from the date of mailing or personal de-
SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Registered The business is conducted by a Limited /s/Robert Gooyer/ California, County of San Mateo. The livery to you of a notice under sectioin
Mail resume to: WhatsApp, Inc. Attn: SB- Owner: Adrian Albino Linares, 850 Clear Liability Company. The registrants com- This statement was filed with the Asses- Petition for Probate requests that Ahmad 9052 of the Callifornia Probate
GIM, 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA Field Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030. The menced to transact business under the sor-County Clerk on 4/7/2017. (Publish- Khatirinejadfard be appointed as person- Code.Other California statutes and legal
94025. Must reference job title & job# business is conducted by an Individual. FBN on 4/12/2017. ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, al representative to administer the estate authority may affect your rights as a
shown above, when applying. The registrants commenced to transact /s/Zhang Min Bai/ 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). of the decedent. creditor. You may want to consult with an
business under the FBN on Sep. 22, This statement was filed with the Asses- The petition requests authority to admin- attorney knowledgable in California law.
2006. sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2017. (Publish- ister the estate under the Independent You may examine the file kept by the
/s/Adrian Albino Linares/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME Administration of Estates Act. (This au- court. If you are a person interested in
This statement was filed with the Asses- 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17). STATEMEnT #273102 thority will allow the personal representa- the estate, you may file with the court a
sor-County Clerk on 4/4/2017. (Publish- tive to take many actions without obtain- Request for Special Notice (form DE-
203 Public notices ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
The following person is doing business ing court approval. Before taking certain 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap-
as: Red Circle Hot Pan, 1230 El Camino very important actions, however, the per- praisal of estate assets or of any petition
4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17). FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME Real, Suite J, SAN BRUNO, CA 94066.
FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME STATEMEnT #272767 sonal representative will be required to or account as provided in Probate Code
STATEMEnT #272670 Registered Owners: 1)Zheng Xiong Li, give notice to interested persons unless section 1250. A Request for Special No-
The following person is doing business 67 Elder Ave., Millbrae, CA 94030 2)Yun
The following person is doing business FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME as: All the Right Connections, 1039 Cali- they have waived notice or consented to tice form is available from the court clerk.
as: Dynamic Express, 165 Shipley Ave, STATEMEnT #272828 Yin Li, same address. The business is the proposed action.) The independent Attorney for Petitioner:
fornia Dr, BURLINGAME, CA 94010. conducted by a General Partnership.
DALY CITY, CA 94015. Registered The following person is doing business Registered Owner: Dave Schnell, 924 #2 administration authority will be granted Alexander M. Biddle, Esq.
as: Color and Grain Photography, 1525 The registrants commenced to transact unless an interested person files an ob- Biddle Law
Owner: Hector Arban, same address. Chulavista Ave, BURLINGAME, CA business under the FBN on
The business is conducted by an Individ- Lodi Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Reg- 94010. The business is conducted by an jection to the petition and shows good 1900 S. Norfolk St #350
ual. The registrants commenced to istered Owner: Rosa Guerra, same ad- Individual. The registrants commenced cause why the court should not grant au- SAN MATEO, CA 94403
dress. The business is conducted by an /s/Zheng Xiong Li/ thority. (650) 532-3470
transact business under the FBN on N/A. to transact business under the FBN on This statement was filed with the Asses-
Individual. The registrants commenced Jan 1, 1989. A hearing on the petition will be held in FILED: 4/7/17
/s/Hector Arban/ to transact business under the FBN on sor-County Clerk on 4/11/2017. (Publish- this court as follows: MAY 8, 2017 at (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
This statement was filed with the Asses- /s/Dave Schnell/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal,
03/20/17. This statement was filed with the Asses- 9:00 a.m., Superior Court of California, nal on 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17)
sor-County Clerk on 3/8/2017. (Publish- /s/Rosa Guerra/ 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). County of San Mateo, 400 County Cen-
sor-County Clerk on 3/15/2017. (Publish-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, This statement was filed with the Asses-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ter, Redwood City, CA 94063.
3/30/17, 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17). sor-County Clerk on 3/20/2017. (Publish- If you object to the granting of the peti-
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME tion, you should appear at the hearing
4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17). STATEMEnT #273215 and state your objections or file written
FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME The following person is doing business objections with the court before the hear-
STATEMEnT #272944 STATEMEnT #273119 as: Lunula, 401 Primrose Road, Suite B, ing. Your appearance may be in person OrDEr TO SHOW CAuSE FOr
FiCTiTiOuS BuSinESS nAME BURLINGAME, CA 94010. Registered or by your attorney. CHAngE OF nAME
The following person is doing business STATEMEnT #273024 The following person is doing business
as: Santinos Auto Company, 1249 Oak as: Sugarfoot Tattoo Shop, 277 Baldwin Owner: Tiffany Mo, 2269 Kent St., San If you are a creditor or a contingent cred- CASE# 17CIV01191
The following person is doing business Mateo, CA 94403. The business is con- itor of the decedent, you must file your SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
Grove Ave. #5, BURLINGAME, CA as: Crème Brewlee, 2948 A,B,C S.Nor- Ave, SAN MATEO, CA 94401. Regis-
tered Owner: Natasha Pritchett, 112 ducted by an Individual. The registrants claim with the court and mail a copy to COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
94010. Registered Owner: Lawrence folk Street, SAN MATEO, CA 94403. commenced to transact business under the personal representative appointed by 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
Santino Liburdi, same address. The Registered Owner: TF Investment Hold- South Fremont St., SAN MATEO, CA the court within the later of either (1) four
94401. The business is conducted by an the FBN on 04/01/2017. REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
business is conducted by an Individual. ing Corp., CA. The business is conduct- /s/Tiffany Mo/ months from the date of first issuance of PETITION OF
The registrants commenced to transact ed by a Corporation. The registrants Individual. The registrants commenced letters to a general personal representa-
to transact business under the FBN on This statement was filed with the Asses- Darryl Marke Robinson
business under the FBN on 3-20-2017. commenced to transact business under sor-County Clerk on 4/19/2017. (Publish- tive, as defined in section 58(b) of the TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
the FBN on 04/04/2017. Oct. 27, 2011. Calilfornia Probate Code, or (2) 60 days
/s/Lawrence Santino Liburdi/ /s/Natasha Pritchett/ ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Petitioner: Darryl Marke Robinson filed a
/s/Sau Fan Cheung/ 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). from the date of mailing or personal de-
This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- This statement was filed with the Asses- petition with this court for a decree
sor-County Clerk on 3/28/2017. (Publish- livery to you of a notice under sectioin changing name as follows:
sor-County Clerk on 4/3/2017. (Publish- sor-County Clerk on 4/12/2017. (Publish- 9052 of the Callifornia Probate
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, Present name: Darryl Marke Robinson
ed in the San Mateo Daily Journal, OrDEr TO SHOW CAuSE FOr Code.Other California statutes and legal Proposed Name: Darryl Adonis Robinson
3/30/17, 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17). 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/27/17). 4/20/17, 4/27/17, 5/4/17, 5/11/17). CHAngE OF nAME authority may affect your rights as a THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
CASE# 17CIV01063 creditor. You may want to consult with an interested in this matter shall appear be-
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, attorney knowledgable in California law. fore this court at the hearing indicated
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, You may examine the file kept by the below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
400 COUNTY CENTER RD, court. If you are a person interested in tition for change of name should not be

The Future
REDWOOD CITY CA 94063 the estate, you may file with the court a granted. Any person objecting to the
PETITION OF Request for Special Notice (form DE- name changes described above must file
Frank Daniel-Presto Madrigal 154) of the filing of an inventory and ap- a written objection that includes the rea-
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: praisal of estate assets or of any petition sons for the objection at least two court
Petitioner: Frank Daniel-Presto Madrigal or account as provided in Probate Code days before the matter is scheduled to
filed a petition with this court for a decree section 1250. A Request for Special No- be heard and must appear at the hearing

of local news content changing name as follows:
Present name:
Frank Daniel-Presto
tice form is available from the court clerk.
Attorney for Petitioner:
Ognian Gavrilov, SBN: 258583
2315 Capital Ave.
to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is
timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
Proposed Name: Frank Domenico Presto tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
is actually right here in the present, as it has been for centuries – The local community IV (916)504-0529
petition shall be held on 5/10/17 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons FILED: 03/30/2017
newspaper. We ignore the naysayers and shun the "experts" when it comes to the "demise" of interested in this matter shall appear be- (Published in the San Mateo Daily Jour-
Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
fore this court at the hearing indicated nal on 4/13/17, 4/20/17, 4/21/17 )
the newspaper industry. below to show cause, if any, why the pe- at least once each week for four succes-
tition for change of name should not be sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
granted. Any person objecting to the ing on the petition in the following news-
name changes described above must file paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal
The leading local daily news resource for the You will be offering a wide variety of a written objection that includes the rea-
Filed: 3/29/2017
sons for the objection at least two court
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
SF Peninsula seeks an entreprenuerial marketing solutions including print advertising, days before the matter is scheduled to nOTiCE OF PETiTiOn TO Judge of the Superior Court
be heard and must appear at the hearing ADMiniSTEr ESTATE OF Dated: 3/28/2017
Advertising Account Exec to sell advertising inserts, graphic design, niche publications, to show cause why the petition should
not be granted. If no written objection is
Robert L. Voedisch (Published 4/6/17, 4/13/17, 4/20/17,
Case Number: 17PRO00347 4/27/17).
and marketing solutions to local businesses. online advertising, event marketing, social media timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, con-
tingent creditors, and persons who may
We are looking for a special person to join our and whatever else we come up with if as the petition shall be held on 4/28/17 at 9
a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
otherwise be interested in the will or es-
tate, or both, of Robert L. Voedisch. A
team for an immediate opening. industry continues its evolution and our paper Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Order to Show Cause shall be published
Petition for Probate has been filed by OrDEr TO SHOW CAuSE FOr
Darcy Voedisch aka Darcy Weir in the CHAngE OF nAME
You must be community-minded, action- continues its upward trajectory. at least once each week for four succes-
sive weeks prior to the date set for hear-
Superior Court of California, County of
San Mateo. The Petition for Probate re-
CASE# 17CIV01403
ing on the petition in the following news- quests that Darcy Voedisch a.k.a. Darcy COUNTY OF SAN MATEO,
oriented, customer-focused, and without fail, a Experience with print advertising and online paper of general circulation:
San Mateo Daily Journal
Voedisch-Weir be appointed as personal 400 COUNTY CENTER RD,
representative to administer the estate of REDWOOD CITY CA 94063
self starter. You will be responsible for sales marketing a plus. But we will consider a Filed: 3/17/2017
/s/Susan Irene Etezadi/
the decedent. PETITION OF
The petition requests authority to admin- Dietmar Wille-Grauf
and account management activities associated candidate with little or no sales experience as Judge of the Superior Court
Dated: 3/16/2017
ister the estate under the Independent
Administration of Estates Act. (This au-
Petitioner: Dietmar Wille-Grauf filed a pe-
with either a territory or vertical category. long as you have these traits: (Published 3/30/17, 4/6/17, 4/13/17,
thority will allow the personal representa-
tive to take many actions without obtain-
tition with this court for a decree chang-
ing name as follows:
ing court approval. Before taking certain Present name: Dietmar Wille-Grauf
very important actions, however, the per- Proposed Name: Dietmar Carl-Kurt
t)VOHFSGPSTVDDFTTt"CJMJUZUPBEBQUUPDIBOHF sonal representative will be required to
give notice to interested persons unless
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
they have waived notice or consented to
the proposed action.) The independent
interested in this matter shall appear be-
fore this court at the hearing indicated
Name of the person abandoning the use
administration authority will be granted
unless an interested person files an ob-
below to show cause, if any, why the pe-
tition for change of name should not be
of the Fictitious Business Name: Melia & jection to the petition and shows good granted. Any person objecting to the
Mateos Inc.. Name of Business: Property cause why the court should not grant the name changes described above must file
Join us, if you check off on these qualities and also believe in the future of newspapers. Management SF. Date of original filing: authority.
A hearing on the petition will be held in
a written objection that includes the rea-
sons for the objection at least two court
12/12/2014. Address of Principal Place
Please email your resume to of Business: 1107 El Camino Real #480, this court as follows: MAY 15, 2017 at days before the matter is scheduled to
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063. Regis- 9:00 a.m., Department 28, Superior be heard and must appear at the hearing
Court of California, County of San Mateo, to show cause why the petition should
A cover letter with your views on the newspaper industry would also be helpful. trant: Melia & Mateos Inc., CA. The busi-
ness was conducted by a Corporation. 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA not be granted. If no written objection is
/s/Allan Melkesian/ 94063. timely filed, the court may grant the peti-
This statement was filed with the Asses- If you object to the granting of the peti- tion without a hearing. A hearing on the
sor-County Clerk-Recorder of San Mateo tion, you should appear at the hearing petition shall be held on 5/23/17 at 9
County on 3/13/17. (Published in the San and state your objections or file written a.m., Dept. PJ, at 400 County Center,
Mateo Daily Journal, 3/30/17, 4/6/17, objections with the court before the hear- Redwood City, CA 94063. A copy of this
Leading local news coverage on the Peninsula ing. Your appearance may be in person Order to Show Cause shall be published
4/13/17, 4/20/17). or by your attorney. at least once each week for four succes-
24 Thursday • April. 20, 2017 THE DAILY JOURNAL

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Redwood Shores. (650)207-2303. great. $99.(650)243-8198 CrAFTSMAn 10" Mitre Saw $25
ADuLT BiKES 1 regular and 2 with bal- iKEA DrESSEr, black, 3 shelf. 23" x (650)595-3933
loon tires $30 Each (650) 347-2356 302 Antiques rCA 32” Flat Screen T.V. Brand New 15"deep x 50" high. $65. (650)598-9804.
Books $99 OBO (650)759-7511 CrAFTSMAn 9" Radial Arm Saw with 6"
CHiLD’S SCHWinn BiCYCLE, BLuE in AnTiquE BuFFET Cabinet, with 2 large iKEA TABLE, black 58" x 21" x 14" high. dado set. No stand. $55 (650)341-6402
quALiTY BOOKS used and rare. World drawers w/skeleton key, needs refinish- SAMSung FLAT TV 20" $ 30. (650)598-9804.
& US History and classic American nov- good condition. $30. (650) 355-5189.
ing. $700/obo.. AnTiquE CHinA cabi- VCR ,set up $70. (650)992-4544 CrAFTSMAn rADiAL SAW, with cabi-
els. $5 each obo (650)345-5502 nEW 12" girls bike w/ training wheels LAWn CHAirS (4) White, plastic, $8. net stand, $200 Cash Only, (650)851-
net, with doors and legs, dark wood.. SOnY PrOJECTiOn TV 48" with re- each, (415)346-6038 1045
$75.00 (650) 347-1458 no ans/leave $500/obo. (650)952-5049
294 Baby Stuff mes mote good condition $99 (650)345-1111
LEATHEr SOFA, black, excellent condi- CrAFTSMEn 3 saw blades $20. new.
AnTiquE iTALiAn lamp 18” high, $70 STErEO SPEAKErS: AiWA bookshelf tion. $100 obo. (650)878-5533 (650)573-5269
FiSHEr-PriCE HEALTHY Care booster 298 Collectibles speakers 20" tall. Model SX-WZL500.
seat - $5 (650)592-5864. (650)387-4002 Living rOOM table 36"x19" exc condi-
Sound great! $25 650-762-6048 DELTA CABinET SAW with overrun ta-
tion $30.(415) 231-4825. ble. $650/obo. (650)342-6993
STErLing SiLvEr Paye & Baker baby 1940 vinTAgE telephone bench maple BEAuTiFuL AnD uniquE Victorian
antiques collectibles $75 (650)755-9833 Side Sewing Table, All original. Rose- Tv SOnY Triniton 21" working condition. LOvE SEAT, Upholstered pale yellow
food pusher with embossed children's $10 OBO (650)784-3243. LEAF BLOWEr electric 7.5 amps brand
graphic.$75 650-762-6048 wood. Carved. ExCELLEnT COnDi- floral $99. (650)574-4021 new 30.00 joe, (650)573-5269
BiLLY DEE Williams autographed Star TiOn! $350. (650)815-8999. vinTAgE g.E. radio, model c-430-a
Wars action figure: Lando Calrissian, nEW DELuxE Twin Folding Bed, Lin- rOuTEr TABLE ryobi $ 99. like new
$60. (650)421-5469
296 Appliances space smuggler. $35 Steve (650)518- MAHOgAnY AnTiquE Secretary desk, ens, cover, Cost $618. Sale $250. Must (650)573-5269
vinTAgE g.E. radio, model c-442c $60. Sell! (650) 875-8159.
6614 72” x 40” , 3 drawers, Display case, bev-
1960'S AvOCADO Osterizer blender elled glass, $350. (650)766-3024 (650)421-5469 SHOPSMiTH MArK V 50th Anniversary
excellent condition $20.00 (650)596- nEW TWin Mattress set plus frame most attachments. $1,500/OBO.
0513 LEnnOx rED Rose, Unused, hand vinTAgE g.E. radio, model c1470 $60. $30.00 (650) 347-2356 (650)504-0585
painted, porcelain, authenticity papers, OLD vinTAgE Wooden “Sea Captains (650)421-5469
$12.00. (650) 578 9208. Tool Chest” 35 x 16 x 16, $65 OAK CLAW foot coffee table, needs SKiL SAW 7 1/4" circular saw, 2 1/3 HP,
Air COnDiTiOnEr 10000 BTU w/re- (650)591-3313 vinTAgE zEniTH radio, model L516b some refinishing $35 (650)646-8530
mote. Slider model fits all windows. LG Model # 5150. Hardly used. $30
MiLLEr LiTE Neon sign , work good $75. (650)421-5469 (650)556-9708
brand $199 runs like new. (650)235- OAK SIX SHELF Book Case 6FT 4FT
0898 $59 call (650)218-6528 $55 (650)458-8280
303 Electronics 304 Furniture vinTAgE CrAFTSMAn Jig Saw. Circa
PEz DiSPEnSErS - 8 piece sealed box OFFiCE TABLE, 24"x48" HD. folding 1947. $60. (650)245-7517
Wizard of Oz 70th anniversary $25. 46” MiTSuBiSHi Projector TV, great AnTiquE Dining table for six people legs each end. 500# capacity. Cost
Excel- condition. $400. (650)261-1541. with chairs $99. (650)580-6324 $130. Sell $60, (650)591-4141 vinTAgE SHOPSMiTH and BAnD
lent Condition $5. (650)368-0748. 650-556-9708 SAW, good shape. $500/obo. Call
AnTiquE gLASS Hutch. Cherry Wood.
Excellent Condition. $450. OuTDOOr WOOD SCrEEn - new $80
CiTY OF SAn BrunO (650)888-2662 obo Retail $130 (650)873-8167

AnTiquE MAHOgAnY Bookcase. Four PAPASAn CHAirS (2) -with cushions
$45. each set, (650)347-8061
309 Office Equipment
nOTiCE OF PuBLiC HEAring feet tall. $75. (415) 282-0966.
rECLinEr CHAir blue tweed clean LAPTOP CASE or bag. Black. Like new.
AnTiquE MAHOgAnY double bed with Hardly used. $25. (650)697-1564.
nOTiCE iS HErEBY givEn that the City Council of the City of San Bruno, California (the “City”) adjustable steelframe $225.00. OBO. good $75 Call (650)583-3515
at its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, starting at 7:00 p.m., at the San Bruno Senior (650)592-4529
rECLining SWivEL chair almost new nEAT rECEiPTS Mobile Scanner new
Center located at 1555 Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, will hold a public hearing, to adopt the ArM CHAir, orange color, exc't condi- $99 (650)766-4858 in box $79, call (650)324-8416
2016 Fire and Building Code Ordinance(s) by reference with local amendments. The San Bruno tion. $45. (650)598-9804. rOCKing CHAir fine light, oak condi-
City Council met previously on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., at the San Bruno Senior tion with pads, $85/OBO. (650)369-9762
310 Misc. For Sale
BEigE SOFA $99. Excellent Condition
Center located at 1555 Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, and waived the first reading; adopted a (650) 315-2319 rOCKing CHAirS solid wood, great "MOTHEr-in-LAW TOnguES" plants,
resolution approving Findings of Necessity and Need for Amendments, Deletions and Additions to shape asking 30 dollars each. Call 3 in 5-gal cans. $10.00 each. (650)593-
BrAnD nEW Bookcase 72"x30" still in 7408
the Codes; and, introduced the following ordinances for adoption of the 2016 Fire and Building box $45. (415)231-4825. (650)574-4582 Lily
Codes. ruMMY rOYAL poker table top $30.00 500-600 Big Band-era 78's--most mint,
CHAirS 2 Blue Good Condition $50
OBO (650)345-5644 (650)573-5269 no sleeves--$50 for all-(650)574-5459
The State of California promulgates building standards (the California Building Stand-
COAT/HAT STAnD, solid wood, for your SEWing STOrAgE cabinet, Custom 8 TrACKS, billy Joel, Zeppelin, Eagles
ards Code, Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations) which automatically become effective made wood perfect condition $75. ,Commodores, more.40 @ $4 each , call
mountain cabin/house. $50. (650)520-
on a certain date in all jurisdictions except to the extent local agencies make amendments which 7045 (650)483-1222 (650)393-9008
are more stringent than state standards and are reasonably necessary because of local climactic,
COMPuTEr SWivEL CHAIR. Padded SHELF ruBBEr maid new $20.00 CHriSTMAS TrEE, 7.5’ Oregon pine,
geological or topographical conditions. The newest cycle of building codes became effective on Leather. $80. (650) 455-3409 contact joe (650)573-5269 1225 tips, hooked construction with
January 1, 2017. The public hearing for formal adoption of the ordinance(s) is scheduled for April stand. Used once. $49. (415)650-6407
25, 2017 starting at 7:00 p.m., at the Senior Center located at 1555 Crystal Springs Road, in San COMPuTEr TABLE, adjustable height, TEAK-vEnEEr COMPuTEr desk with
chrome legs, 29”x48” like new $30 (650) single drawer and stacked shelves. $30 DOuBLE CrYPT inside Mausoleum,Cy-
Bruno. 697-8481 obo. (650)465-2344 press Lawn,Prime Location From Family
Trust, DEAL $14,000 Call John
The California Building Codes will be considered for adoption through ordinances by (415)469-8758
erence with local amendments as follows: the 2016 Administrative and Reference Standards condition $50 (650)878-9542
(SBMC Ch. 11.02); the 2016 Building Code; 2016 California Historical Code; the 2016 California nOTiCE OF PuBLiC HEAring gAME "BEAT THE ExPErTS" never
Existing Building Code; 2016 Residential Building Code; 2016 Green Building Standards & 2015 rEgArDing BY-TruSTEE ArEA ELECTiOnS used $8., (408)249-3858
International Building Code (SBMC Ch. 11.04); the 2016 Energy Code (SBMC Ch. 11.06); the
2016 Mechanical Code (SBMC Ch.11.08); the 2016 Electrical Code (SBMC Ch. 11.16); the 2016 inCuBATOr, $99, (650)678-5133
Plumbing Code (SBMC Ch. 11.20); and, the 2016 Fire Code (SBMC Ch. 11.24). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Trustees of the LArgE BLACK Ciao Luggage 26"
w/wheels, Good Condition $35 (650)952-
San Mateo County Community College District, at a Board 3500
In summary, the proposed local amendments to the 2016 Fire and Building Codes include the re- meeting to be held on April 26, 2017, will hold a public hearing
adoption of 2013 local amendments pertaining to fire sprinkler requirements for additions and al- pursuant to Elections Code section 10010 as it considers tran- LiOnEL CHriSTMAS Boxcars 2005,
terations to residential and non-residential buildings; prohibiting “sky lanterns”; requirements for 2006, 2007 New OB $90 lot (650)368-
sitioning to a by-trustee area election system. At the hearing, 7537
addressing buildings; requirements for key boxes for commercial buildings; requirements for fire public input will be solicited concerning the transition to and the
command control rooms in new buildings; and, the elimination of elevator shunt trips. In addition, boundaries of the trustee areas. The public hearing will begin LiOnEL CHriSTMAS Holiday expan-
new local amendments to the 2016 Fire and Building Codes pertain to regulations related to mo- sion Set. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
at 6:00 p.m. at College of San Mateo, 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd.,
bile fueling operations; definitions and the prohibition of “sky lanterns”; use of open flame cooking San Mateo, CA 94402, in Building 10, Room 468. Further in- LiOnEL WESTErn Union Pass car and
devices on combustible balconies to be the responsibility of homeowner associations; clarification formation concerning this hearing and the transition to a by- dining car. New OB $99 (650)368-7537
regarding types of permitted and prohibited fireworks and explosives; a prohibition on the cover- trustee area election system may be obtained from San Mateo rMT CHriSTMAS Diesel train and Ca-
ing of storefront windows to allow visual commercial inspections; and, the requirement to have County Community College District Office, at (650) 574-6550 boose. Rare. New OB $99 (650)368-
site illuminated address identification numbers for all newly constructed development projects as 7537
and online at
well as when a building permit is required for other types of development. by-trustee-area-elections.php. SAMSOniTE 26" tan hard-sided suit
case, lt. wt., wheels, used once/like new.
The public is invited to attend the Public Hearing and comment. Please call the City Clerk’s Of- $60. (650)328-6709
fice at 616-7058 if you would like additional information or have any questions. SiLK SArEE 6 yards new nice color.for
$35 only. Call(650)515-2605 for more in-
The public is invited to attend and be heard. Copies of the full text of the proposed ordinances formation.
are available in the City Clerk’s Office, 567 El Camino Real, in San Bruno, California. Please con-

uniDEn HArLEY Davidson Gas Tank
tact David Woltering, Director of Community Development at (650) 616-7039 or by email at phone. $100 or best offer. (650)863-8485 or Dave Downing, Fire Chief at (650) 616-7091 or by email at vASE WiTH flowers 2 piece good for the with any questions. Holidays, $25., (650) 867-2720

Disabled persons requiring accommodation in order to participate in the public hearing may con-
Fictitious Business Name Statements, vinTAgE WHiTE Punch Bowl/Serving
tact the City Clerk’s Office at (650) 616-7058. TDD users may contact the California Relay Serv- Trustee Sale Notice, Name Change, Probate, Bowl Set with 10 cups plus one extra
$30. (650)873-8167
ice at: 1-800-735-2929. Notice of Adoption, Divorce Summons, WATEr STOrAgE TAnK, brand new,
/s/ Carol Bonner, Notice of Public Sales and More. 275 gallons. 48" x 46" x 39" $250.
San Bruno City Clerk
April 19, 2017 Published in the Daily Journal for San Mateo County. 311 Musical instruments
Published in the San Mateo Daily Journal, April 20, 2017. BALDWin grAnD PIANO, 6 foot, ex-
Fax your request to: 650-344-5290 cellent condition, $8,500/obo. Call
Email them to:
MOnArCH uPrigHT player piano $99
(650) 583-4549
THE DAILY JOURNAL Thursday • April. 20, 2017 25
311 Musical instruments 318 Sports Equipment 379 Open Houses 625 Classic Cars 640 Motorcycles/Scooters 670 Auto Parts
CHrOMATiC HArMOniCA: Horner MEn'S rOSSignOL Skis. $95.00, 1955 CHEvY BEL Air 2 door, Standard MOTOrCYCLE SADDLEBAgS, with BriDgESTOnE ALEnzA 235/65R17,
The 64 Chomonica, German Made $180, good condition, (650)341-0282. Transmission V8 Motor, non-op $22,000 mounting hardware and other parts $35. $50. Excellent condition, 80k warranty,
nEW WEigH bench With 200lbs, plus
OPEn HOuSE obo. (650)952-4036. Call (650)670-2888 used less than 10k. (650)593-4490

ExCELLEnT viOLin, previously owned,
free weights. $50. (510)943-9221.San
LiSTingS 86 CHEvY COrvETTE. Automatic.
93,000 miles. Sports Package.$6,800 645 Boats
BriDgESTOnE TurAnzA RFT (Run
Flat) 205/55/16 EL 42 All Season Like
first violinist SF Symphony, Mellow obo. (650) 952-4036. New $100. (650)483-1222
sound. Dated 1894. $5,500/best offer. POWEr PLuS Exercise Machine $99 List your Open House 16 FT SEA rAY. I/B. $1,200. Needs Up-
(415)751-2416 (650)368-3037 in the Daily Journal. COrvETTE ‘69 50.000 miles. I’ll trade it holstery. Call (650)898-5732. COBrA CABLE chains for radial and
for a GMC Truck. (650)481-5296. regular tires, never used $65.00
PrinCE TEnniS 2 section nylon black (650)593-1780
guLBrAnSEn BABY grAnD PiAnO -
Bag with Prince Pro Graphite Racket- Reach over 83,450 FOrD ‘64 Falcon. 4DR Sedan. 6 cyl.
2003 P-15 West Wight Potter sailboat,
Appraised @ $5450., want $1800 obo, excellend condition. $5,500. Call
(650)343-4461 $55.(650)341-8342 potential home buyers & auto/trans $3,500.00. (650) 570-5780. (650)347-2559 gOODYEAr TirE P245/70R-15 Like
renters a day, New. $40. (650) 637-9791
PurSuiT SCOOTEr. $99. (650)348-
HAMMOnD B-3 Organ and 122 Leslie
2235 from South San Francisco 635 vans 650 rvs nEW COnTinEnTAL Temporary tire
Speaker. Excellent condition. $8,500. pri-
vate owner, (650)349-1172 to Palo Alto. mounted on 5 lug rim Size T125/70/R17-
SKi rACK Thule, roof mounted to roof CHEvrOLET ‘06 Mini VAN, new radia-
load bars. Holds three pairs. $85, OBO
in your local newspaper. tor, tires and brakes. Needs head gasket. rv - 2013 WinnEBAgO iTASCA na- 98M $100. (650)483-1222
PiAnO, uPrigHT, in excellent condi- $800. (650)481-5296 vion, 25’ with sideout. 4000 miles. Mer-
650-594-1494 cedes Benz Sprinter chassis,. diesel, nEW SnOW Cables SZ327 $19 650-
tion. Asking $345. (650)366-4769 Call (650)344-5200 loaded, like new! $85,500. 595-3933
uPrigHT PiAnO. In tune. Fair condi- SOCCEr BALLS - $8.00 each (like new)
4 available. (650)341-5347
640 Motorcycles/Scooters Call (650)726-8623 or (650)619-9672.
SHOP MAnuALS for GM Suv's
tion. $300 OBO (650) 533-4886.
Year 2002 all for $40 (650)948-0912
YAMAHA PiAnO, Upright, Model M-305, TOTAL gYM XLS, excellent condition. ‘00 HArLEY Davidson 670 Auto Service
$750. Call (650)572-2337 Paid $2,500. Yours for $900. Call
380 real Estate Services Road King Burgundy Red Metallic xJ-12 SEr. 2, double six 5.3 repair oper
(650)588-0828 Great Cond. New Tires, 32kmiles, one manual Pub. Leyland Cars $59.00. ( 650)
312 Pets & Animals vinTAgE EngLiSH ladies ice skates - BrigHT OFFiCE space for rent in a
suite of 5 offices. Rent $575, plus $75
owner, $10,500 (415)866-9985. AA SMOg 347-7949. J.R.
up to size 7-8, $40., (650)873-8167 Complete Repair & Service
AirLinE CArriEr for cats, pur. from utility fee. 693 Veterans Blvd., Mountain
vinTAgE nASH Cruisers Mens/ Wom- View. Call Deborah. $29.75 plus certificate fee
Southwest Airlines, $25, 2 available. Call
(505)228-1480 local. ens Roller Skates Blue indoor/outdoor sz 650-625-0692 ‘89 gOLD WING. 1500 CC. 39K miles. (most cars) 680 Autos Wanted
6-8. $60 B/O. (650)574-4439 Call Joe (650)578-8357 869 California Drive . Wanted 62-75 Chevrolets
CALiFOrniA CArOLinA Pups. 470 rooms Burlingame Novas, running or not
Gd. Fam./watchdpgs. Ex.Hiking Buddy. WET SuiT - medium size, $95., call for ALPinE STAr motocross boots Tech 8s Parts collection etc.
$1600. (707) 980.0915. info (650)851-0878
HiP HOuSing size 14 good cond. $75. (650)345-5642 (650) 340-0492 So clean out that garage
WOMEn'S LADY Cougar gold iron set Non-Profit Home Sharing Program Give me a call
CAnArY BirD cage 24 x 16 for sale. San Mateo County BMW ‘03 F650 GS, $3899 OBO. Call Joe 650 342-2483
$40.00 firm. Used, good condition. Call set - $25. (650)348-6955
(650)348-6660 (650) 995-0003 LuxurATi AuTO rEPAir
WOMEn'S nOrDiCA ski boots, size 8
1/2. $50 (650)592-2047 Smog Check
OnE KEnnEL Cab ll one Pet Taxi ani- HArLEY DAviDSOn '93
mal carriers 26x16. Excellent cond. $60.. WOMEn'S nOrDiCA ski boots, size 8 620 Automobiles 9,971 Actual Miles, Paperwork, 80 Cubic Repair Services
(650)593-2066 1/2. $50 (650)592-2047 inch Wide Glide, H-A Fast Carb., Modi- Collision and Body Work
’78 rED Corvette fied Ape Hangers, Roll Bar, Lots of Burlingame & San Mateo Locations
PArrOT CAgE, Steel, Large - approx WOMEn’S rAiCHEL ski boots, size 6 ? 350 HP T-Top,Very Nice,All Paperwork,
4 ft by 4 ft, Excellent condition $300 best $ 50. 650 888-5808 . Crome, Many extras! $8,900 Musty See!
offer. (650)245-4084
Newer Paint, Interior, New Engine,
224,494Miles MUST SEE! $12,900 Call Gary (530)541-3396 Will be in San Car- (650) 340-0026

Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle
PET CArriEr, brown ,Very good condi- (650)458-3255
Gary(530)541-3396 Will be in San Carlos los Wednesday May 31st-June 5th
Wednesday May 31st-June 5th
tion, $15.00 medium zize leave txt or call
(650)773-7201 335 garden Equipment
’84 niSSAn 300zx Former Drift Car No
316 Clothes BLACK & Decker 18”, Hedge Trimmer,
electric, used once, $60. 650 888-5808
engine/Transmission $1,200
BLACK DOuBLE breasted suit size 38
CHAin SAW, 16“ ,Craftsmen ,electric, Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis
excellent condition $25 (650)322-9598
$55. 650 888-5808 Don’t lose money
BOY SCOuT canvas belt with Boy Scout on a trade-in or 8 Mediterranean 40 “Ali” and “Milk,” 51 __ Bator
Buckle. Vintage. Fair condition. $5. 345 Medical Equipment consignment!
(650)588-0842 1 Prepare for a car strip e.g. 52 Wound
BATH CHAir LiFT. Peterman battery
FAux Fur Coat Woman's brown multi operated bath chair lift. Stainless steel Sell your vehicle in the trip 9 Missouri State 43 Early arrival protection
color in excellent condition 3/4 frame. Accepts up to 350lbs. Easily in-
length $50 (650)692-8012 serted I/O tub.$250 OBO. Daily Journal’s 6 Sack Fair city 44 Daisy preceder 53 Spring month in
LADiES BOOTS size 8 , 3 pairs different
(650) 739-6489. Auto Classifieds. 9 Swedish autos 10 2009 Verizon 45 Got slick after Porto
styles , $20/ pair. call (650)592-2648 14 Nearly half of acquisition sleet 54 Forest feline
LADiES SEquin dress, blue, size XL, garage Sales Just $45 New England 11 Lyon gal pal 48 “More __ a 55 Tax pro
pure silk lining, $40.00, (650) 578-9208 We’ll run it 15 In the fashion of 12 Company leader Feeling”: Boston 56 Loser to
‘til you sell it!
LEATHEr JACKET, New Black Italian
style, size M Ladies $45 (650) 875-1708 gArAgE SALE 16 St. __ Fire 13 Erstwhile flier hit Meade at
LOuiS vuiTTOn monogram leather 8am to 2pm reach 83,450 drivers 17 Breakdown 18 __-Free: contact 49 Tear Gettysburg
clutch/computer carry case 10.25x13.5. 50 Tweed 57 That, in
Inside zipper $95. (650)591-6596 from South SF to 20 Orlando-to- lens solution
Kitchen Items, Palo Alto Miami dir. brand lampooner Barcelona

MAn'S BLACK leather jacket, size 40,
like new. $85.00 (650)593-1780
Furniture,Clothing, Call (650)344-5200 21 Hosp. staffer 19 WWII torpedo
Knick Knacks, 22 Ebbs
MEn'S STETSOn hat, size large, new, launchers
rim, solid black, large, great gift. $40 Sports Equipment and 23 Ready
(650) 578-9208
Much More!!! 23 Foul mood
nEW WiTH tags Wool or cotton Men's ‘AuDi ‘01 A4 72K miles, $3,900. 24 Corrida cry 25 Neglect to say
pullover sweaters (XL) $15/each (650)302-5523
(650)952-3466 507 DORCHESTER RD. 25 Breakdown 26 Tanzanian
San Mateo BMW ‘07 X-5, One Owner, Excel. Condi-
tion Sports package 3rd row seats re-
32 Island near Java border lake
PAriS HiLTOn purse white & silver un-
used, about 12" long x 9" high (Between Poplar&Clark) duced $19,995 obo Call (650)520-4650 34 1945 conference 27 Irish statesman
$23. (650)592-2648
CADiLLAC ‘02 Deville, 8 cylinder, per- city de Valera
SizE 38 tan gabardine navy officers uni- fect condition, like new, cashmere out-
form great condition Perfect for that cos- side white inside 4787 miles $13,000. 35 Snitch 28 Heaved
tume party. Free. (650)322-9598 (415)850-2370 36 Leche, across 29 “Vega$” actor
vELvET DrAPE, 100% cotton, new CADiLLAC ‘99 DeVille Concours, the Pyrenees Robert
beautiful burgundy 82"X52" W/6"hems: gArAgE SALES 98,500 miles, $3,500 or best offer.
37 “The Fall”
$45 (415)585-3622 (650)270-6637 30 Rolex competitor
vinTAgE 1970’S Grecian made dress,
ESTATE SALES CHEvrOLET ‘86 ASTROVAN, 63K novelist 31 007’s alma mater
size 6-8, $35 (650)873-8167 miles, $3800 (650)481-5296 38 Italian beach
Make money, make room! 32 Lose a big lead
WiLSOn'S Lg Green Suede Jacket CHEvY ‘10 HHR . 68K. EXCELLENT resort
$40. (650)367-1508 List your upcoming CONDITION. $8888. (650)274-8284. in
39 Chicago 33 Bern’s river
317 Building Materials garage sale, CHEvY HHr ‘08 - Grey, spunky car
moving sale,
loaded, even seat warmers, $9,500. destination, on 37 Cold + Flu
CuLTurED MArBLE 2 tone BR vanity
estate sale, airline tickets maker
counter top. New toe skin/ scribe. 29” x DODgE ‘99 MAinTEnAnCE Van, ,
19” $300 (408)744-1041
yard sale, $1,500, call (650)481-5296 40 Higgs particle 38 Speech therapy 04/20/17
LiKE nEW Oak bath fittings $5 rummage sale, 41 Object of subject
650-595-3933 gOT An OLDEr devotion
clearance sale, or CAr, BOAT, Or rv?
SHuTTErS 2 wooden shutters 32x72
whatever sale you Do the humane thing. 42 Break down
like new $50.00 (650)368-7891
Donate it to the 46 Balderdash
WHiTE DOuBLE pane window for $29 have... Humane Society.
or Best offer. Call Halim @ (650) 678- Call 1- 800-943-8412 47 Angel dust,
Reach over 83,450 readers initially
WrOugHT irOn Railing Set side floor- from South San Francisco LinCOLn ‘02 Navigator, excellent condi- 48 Round drill
mount for porch/level change. to Palo Alto. tion. Runs great! Must sell! $4,400/obo.
36”Hx78”L & 20”L. $99 (650)483-3738.
in your local newspaper. (650)342-4227. 51 Purpose
318 Sports Equipment 52 Clothing dept.
Call (650)344-5200 MAzDA ‘12 CX-7 SUV Excellent con-
dition One owner Fully loaded Low letters
15 SF Giants Posters -- Barry Bonds, miles reduced $18,995 obo (650)520-
Jeff Kent, JT Snow. 6' x 2.5' Unused. $4 4650
55 Break down
each. $35 all. (650)588-1946 San Bruno
58 It may cause a
CALLAWAY Jr. golf set, with bag. Ex- financial crisis
cellent condition. $40; San Carlos
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